CITY OF PAGE BOARD VACANCIES
Airport Board (2)
Board applications are available online at:
OR - Page City Hall
The City of Page has twelve (12) advisory Boards. Appointment to these Boards is made by the City Council. Each board works with and advises City departments and/or the City Council on related issues. Individuals and groups may present issues to any of the advisory boards as each provides opportunities for public comment at its meetings. Becoming a member of an advisory Board is an excellent way to become active in the decision-making process of City government and offers citizens an opportunity to participate in areas of individual interest. All positions are voluntary and vary in their length of terms and time commitments.
Generally applicants for advisory Boards must be eighteen (18) years of age and reside within the Page City limits. If you are eligible and wish to apply, you need to complete the "City of Page Board Appointment Application." You may apply for more than one Board. Next, answer the questionnaire for each Board for which you wish to apply. Submit your application by the deadline to the City Clerk's Office at 697 Vista Avenue (P.O. Box 1180), Page, Arizona 86040. Once the City Council has voted and adopted the appointment, each application will receive a letter notifying him/her of his/her appointment status. Your application will be kept on file in the City Clerk's office for one year, and you will be considered for an interim vacancy that may arise during the year. If a vacancy occurs, you will be contacted and asked if you wish to have your application considered for the new vacancy.
Board descriptions and applications are available at City of Page Board Application or Page City Hall, 697 Vista Avenue, Page, AZ 86040, and in the City Clerk's Office, (928) 645-4220.
Current agendas are posted at the following locations:
|City Hall Bulletin Board
697 Vista Avenue
|Justice Building Bulletin Board
547 Vista Avenue
|U.S. Post Office Lobby
44 Sixth Avenue
- Airport Board
- Board of Adjustment
- Industrial Development Authority
- Library Board
- MunicipalProperty Corporation
- Page Utility Enterprises Board
- Page Community Center Board
- Planning and Zoning
- Golf Advisory Board
- Tourism Board
- Public Safety Retirement Board
- City of Page Board Application
- Substance Abuse Task Force
This board is comprised of seven Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. The Airport Board is an advisory board to City Staff and Council on matters that concern the Page Airport and aviation within the Page area. The board meets on the second Monday of each month. The Airport Director is the City Coordinator for the board and prepares their agendas and provides the backup material for their meetings. The Airport Board is primarily concerned with promoting air carrier and general aviation for Page and its surrounding area. Projects for improving the airport, operational policies and contracts and leases are all reviewed by this board prior to being sent to Council for consideration. The Airport Board has the additional responsibility for preparation of the Budget for the Airport Fund and presentation to the City Council.
All of the following agendas and summaries are in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.
Airport Board Agendas.
ADJUSTMENT/APPEALS/FIRE -- This board is comprised of five Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms.
ADJUSTMENT - Meets as necessary when appeals have been filed. Duties are to hear and decide appeals for variances from terms of the zoning ordinances. Also to hear and decide appeals in alleged error in the order, requirement, or decision made by the Zoning Administrator.
APPEALS - This board has the authority to hear cases in which a citizen wishes to overturn the decision of the building official on matters pertaining to the adopted Uniform Building Codes. This board does not have the power to hear variances on individual cases. They are primarily concerned with code interpretation and alternate use of building materials whenever a request is denied by the building official. The board should be trained in the Uniform Code and have background in building construction or design. Occasionally the board may be used as a review board to recommend code changes.
FIRE - This board hears matters on petition by a citizen when an interpretation or ruling is needed on the Uniform Fire Code. When such a request is filed, the board sets a meeting date and information on the reason for the interpretation under consideration is presented in report form by the Fire Department. The petitioner presents information in the hearing and the board makes a ruling based on its findings after considering the information and the wording of the Code.
This board is comprised of five Council appointed citizens for staggered six year terms. This authority was established under the Arizona Revised Statutes to allow government bonds to be issued for economic development. Listen to the quest from businesses and individuals regarding assistance for capital acquisition and other financing debt needs. Try to generate economic development in the city of Page.
This board is comprised of seven Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. The Library Board is appointed as an advisory board. Its duties and responsibilities are to assist and advise the City Council and City Manager in matters relating to the library, including, but not limited to: formulation of long range goals and objectives; assistance in maintaining public support; review and approve special services and programs; budget review and endorsement; and recommendations to the City Manager.
This board is comprised of five Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This non-profit corporation was established by the City Council of the City of Page in order to allow a financial vehicle for capital improvements within the city of Page.
PAGE UTILITY ENTERPRISES BOARD -- The Page Electric Utility Board is comprised of six members, who shall be residents of the City of Page. Five members are appointed for staggered five year terms by Resolution of the Council. The sixth member is the Mayor who serves during his term as an ex officio member. The board was established as an independent body, separate and distinct from the Common Council of the City of Page, and of the administrative offices of City government, to operate the Page Electric Utility, as more specifically set out in Ordinance No. 447-03. The board has general powers to operate the system, appoint a General Manager and recommend rates, fees, and charges for services rendered by the system for adoption by the City Council. The board shall meet at least monthly.
|January 14,2014 Meeting||January 14,2014 Summary||January 14,2014 Minutes|
|February 11,2014 Summary|
|March 11,2014 PUE Meeting Addendum||March 11,2014 Summary|
|April 8,2014 Meeting
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|April 8.2014 Rate Hearing Summary|
This board is comprised of seven Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This board makes recommendations regarding the operation, programming and fund raising activities of the Page Community Center and Page Youth Center.
All of the following agendas and summaries are in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format.
Community Center Board Agendas.
This commission is comprised of seven Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This commission assists and advises the City Council in furthering the goals and objectives of the Master Plan; fulfilling the requirements as specifically stipulated in the Zoning Code; and the tasks in the General Development and Subdivision Regulations. Some of the more common tasks are: issuance of conditional use permits, recommendation in the sale or lease of city land, approving subdivision plats and recommending changes to Zoning Regulations and Zoning district classifications.
This board is comprised of two Council appointed citizens, and two elected representatives from each group. The board represents both departments. The citizens and representatives are appointed for staggered three year terms.
The Public Safety Retirement Board for Police/Fire work directly with the Human Resources Director to administer the Public Safety Retirement plan for the City of Page Police and Fire Departments. This board holds an Annual Meeting as well as Special Meetings on an as needed basis to approve items such as new enrollments, transfers, withdrawals and retirement benefits for any employee within the Public Safety Retirement System.
This advisory board is comprised of five Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. The board is appointed as an advisory board. Its duties and responsibilities are to assist and advise the City Council and City Manager in matters pertaining to the Lake Powell National Golf Course, including, but not limited to: assessing the golf industry generally, recommendations pertaining to course planning and maintenance, revenue sources, marketing strategies and community promotion.
Golf Advisory Board Agendas
This board is comprised of seven Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. The board is responsible for encouraging and recommending funding for special events that benefit the City of Page, its residents and visitors; to develop and implement marketing and advertising programs on an as required basis to ensure economic vitality of the city of Page as a tourism hub; to recommend an annual proposed budget for expenditures for the next fiscal years and to further the promotion of tourism and special events in the city of Page.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TASK FORCE -- This board is comprised of five Council appointed citizens for staggered four year terms. The board is responsible for fostering the health and well being of the citizens of Page, by coordinating efforts to establish and strengthen programs to reduce and prevent substance abuse in the community.
|January 8,2014 SATF Summary||January 8,2014 Minutes|
|January 23,2014 SATF Special|
|February 12,2014 SATF Meeting||February 12,2014 SATF Summary|
|March 12,2014 SATF Meeting||March 12,2014 SATF Summary|
|April 9,2014 SATF Meeting||April 9,2014 SATF Summary|