|Rebecca Hoch, |
|Howard Carson, |
|Raymond Keller, Jr.|
|John E. Robinson III|
|Heather Bernady, Alternate|
About the CommissionThe Planning Commission has the duty to make and adopt plans for the physical development of the City and within the City's extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction (ETJ). The Commission is a recommending body to the City Council. Subdivision regulations have been adopted to provide for harmonious development of the city and its environs, for the integration of new subdivision streets with other existing or planned streets, for adequate open spaces for traffic, recreation, light and air, and for the distribution of population and traffic in a manner which will tend to create conditions favorable to health, safety, convenience, or prosperity.
Zoning regulations have been adopted to serve the public health, safety, and general welfare of the city and its extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction (ETJ), to classify property in a manner that reflects its suitability for specific uses, to provide for sound, attractive development within the city and its extraterritorial zoning jurisdiction (ETJ), to encourage compatibility of adjacent land uses, to protect environmentally sensitive areas, and to further the objectives of the Comprehensive Development Plan for the City of Papillion.
|Meeting Date||Submittal Deadline|
|January 25, 2023||December 12, 2022|
|February 22, 2023||January 9, 2023|
|March 29, 2023||February 13, 2023|
|April 26, 2023||March 13, 2023|
|May 31, 2023||April 17, 2023|
|June 28, 2023||May 15, 2023|
|July 26, 2023||June 12, 2023|
|August 30, 2023||July 17, 2023|
|September 27, 2023||August 14, 2023|
|October 25, 2023||September 11, 2023|
|November 15, 2022||October 2, 2023|
|December 13, 2023||October 30, 2023|
A pre-application meeting with City Staff is required prior to submission of any application for a preliminary plat, change of zone, or special use permit.