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P.O. Box 308

39 North Ninth Street

Clarkdale, AZ 86324


(928) 639- 2400

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 Boards and Commissions        

Board and Commission Vacancies. Openings for various positions occur as a Board Member's or Commissioner's term expires.

An application can be picked up at Town Hall located at 39 N. Ninth Street, Clarkdale. For questions, please contact Mary Ellen Dunn,

Deputy Town Clerk at 639-2400, or via email:  email Mary Ellen Dunn.


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Board of Adjustment

The Board of Adjustment is a judicial body which has powers and duties prescribed by law and ordinance including:   1) To hear and

decide appeals to administrative decisions;   2) To interpret the boundaries of zoning districts; 3) To hear and decide variances;

4) To permit the extension of nonconforming uses.  This Board currently meets on the fourth Wednesday of each month.


Design Review Board

The Design Review Board reviews the exterior design of proposed new buildings, proposed alterations to buildings, excluding single-family

residences, and major development or redevelopment projects, to assure that they are compatible with the surrounding environment and

to preserve and protect the integrity and character of the Town.  This Board currently meets on the first Wednesday of each month.


Library Advisory Board

The Library Advisory Board advises the Council and staff regarding the Clark Memorial Library.   In addition to meetings, members

participate in two (2) main fundraising events for the library each year – a Fourth of July ice cream social and a book sale in December. 

This Board currently meets on the first Thursday of May, July, September, November, January, and March.


Parks and Recreation Commission

The Parks and Recreation Commission is an advisory body to the Town Council on park development, recreational activities, programming,

and community services.  In addition to meetings, members participate with the Fourth of July festivities, Halloween and Christmas events,

and approximately eight (8) concerts in the park each year.  This Commission currently meets on the second Wednesday of each month.

Planning Commission

The Planning Commission is an advisory Commission that makes recommendations to the Town Council.  The Commission reviews all long-

range plans for the Town, including the General Plan, specific plans, and rezoning.  It also bears the primary responsibility for the initial

review of larger developments, including applications for preliminary plats.  Furthermore, the Commission makes recommendations to the

Town Council on planning policies.  This Commission currently meets on the third Tuesday of each month.


Municipal Property Corporation

The Municipal Property Corporation is a non-profit organization that is an “affiliate of the governmental unit”.  The charge of the MPC is

to finance the cost of acquisition, construction and equipping of certain facilities by the Town of Clarkdale.  The MPC normally meets once

a year, however if the Town is obtaining financing through the MPC additional meetings would be scheduled.


Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board

The Public Safety Personnel Retirement Board oversees the retirement pension fund for the Town’s police officers.  This Board consists of

the Mayor (or designee), two police officers, and two citizens.  The Board usually meets once or twice a year.  The Board oversees the

retirement system, determines questions with regard to eligibility and service credits, reviews financial reports, and issues directions

concerning benefits to be paid.



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