Community Councils are independent organizations comprised of elected volunteer representatives who inform and advise Millcreek on land use applications, neighborhood needs and concerns. Community councils are invaluable to the City Council and to the residents of Millcreek. You can find information about your local council and their meetings at the links below. Each council meets on a monthly basis and all meetings are open to the public. Residents are encouraged to attend to learn about current events, planning requests and many other issues. Your local community council is a way to bring concerns to the attention of the community and the city.
Certain planning applications are first heard by the Community Councils then by the Planning Commission. Documents attached to the Planning Commission Meeting Agenda and Packet are for the purposes of the Community Council meetings.
Applications/proposals are subject to change. Please refer to the Planning Commission meeting agenda and packet for the updated documents on each application.