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Boards & Commissions
The Town Council uses every opportunity to establish community participation programs to allow for citizen involvement and input. Boards and commissions are created to allow Fountain Hills citizens to take an active role in Town government. The members of the Town’s boards and commissions must be residents of Fountain Hills at the time of their appointment and for the full duration of their term. Applicants may be invited to interview with a subcommittee of the Town Council, which will then provide a recommendation to the Mayor. The Mayor makes the final appointment at a Council Meeting, with approval by the Town Council.
To view information on a specific Board or Commission, click on the corresponding link below.
- View List of Vacancies (McDowell Mountain Preservation and Sister Cities Advisory)
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- Rules of Procedure
Citizens Ad-Hoc Streets Committee
Board of Adjustment
The Board of Adjustment makes decisions to propose or take legal action with respect to zoning issues and related issues.
Community Services Advisory
The commission acts in an advisory capacity in support of the Town of Fountain Hills Community Services Department's quest to provide exceptional customer service to enhance the quality of life of residents.
McDowell Mountain Preservation
The Fountain Hills McDowell Mountain Preserve, also known as the Preserve, encompasses a scenic area of mountainous, pristine land that will be preserved in its natural state for the benefit of this and future generations.
Municipal Property Corporation
The Town of Fountain Hills Municipal Property Corporation (MPC) has been formed to assist the Town of Fountain Hills, Arizona, in financing, acquiring, constructing and equipping certain real and personal property and leasing, with an option to purchase, such property and the improvements thereon back to the town.
Planning & Zoning
At their regular meetings the commission discusses, propose or take legal action with respect to zoning issues and related applications.
Sister Cities Advisory
The role of the Commission is to act in an advisory capacity to the Town Council in developing and promoting municipal partnerships between the Town and other similar jurisdictions in other nations.
Strategic Planning Advisory
The Strategic Planning Advisory Commission meets monthly to guide the plan and engage the public in dialogue about implementation.
Historic & Cultural Advisory Commission