Commission on Storm Water Issues

On April 27, 2020, the City Council established the Commission of Storm Water Issues to continue the study of this complex subject and advise the City Council  on the design and implementation of projects and policies to protect the community from storm water harm and promote the public health, safety and welfare, including those projects and policies recommended by the Task Force.

The Commission on Storm Water Issues shall consist of seven members who shall be residents of the City and expertise in at least one the following fields: community investment, engineering, land use, planning and zoning, storm water management, or other relevant field. All appointments shall be made by the City Council for a term of three years.

The Commission on Storm Water Issues shall:

  1. Study storm water issues in the City.
  2. Advise the City Council on the design and implementation of projects and policies to protect the community from storm water harm and promote the public health, safety and welfare.
  3. Provide such other advice to the City Council on storm water issues as it may deem useful.
  4. Perform such other duties with respect to storm water issues as may be requested by the City Council from time to time. 

 The Commission on Storm Water Issues may elect from its members a chairperson, vice-chairperson, secretary and such other officers as it deems necessary.

The Commission on Storm Water Issues may adopt such bylaws, rules and procedures as it deems necessary, not inconsistent with the Charter, this Code or other laws. The City Council may at any time, by resolution or motion, revoke, suspend or amend any such bylaw, rule or procedure.