City Zoning Commission
- 4:30 pm
- First Tuesday of every month
- Miller Building 1st Floor Conference Room, 2825 3rd Ave. North
- 5 members, 4-year term
Agendas, Minutes, & Support Documents
All meetings are legally advertised and announced. Meeting agendas and packets are generally posted on the City of Billings website one week prior to the meeting date. Additional information on any of these items is available in the Planning and Community Services Office.
Public hearings are accessible to individuals with physical disabilities. A TTY number for the hearing impaired, 406-657-3079, is available upon request. Special arrangements for participation in the public hearings by individuals with hearing, speech, or vision impairment may be made upon request at least three days prior to the hearing.
Contact: Robbin Bartley, Administrative Assistant, at 406-247-8676 or e-mail.
To view the most recent City Zoning Commission Agenda packet including the agenda, draft minutes and supporting documents click here: Agendas, Draft Minutes, and Supporting Documents
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Archived Meeting Documents
Hard copy or digital files of meeting documents are available by submitting a records request to the Planning Division office. Request for Public Records
Meeting agendas: View All Approved Minutes: View All
Daniel BrooksTerm expires 12/31/22
(Unexpired term of Mike Boyett)
Michael LarsonSecond term expires 12/31/23*
First term expires 12/31/23
(Unexpired term of Jack King)
Term expires 12/31/23
*Cannot be reappointed when term expires
Section 27-1609 (B)
The City Zoning Commission shall consist of 5 citizen members appointed by the Mayor subject to confirmation of the City Council. Terms of each member shall be for four years. It shall hold its meetings in the Miller Building, 1st Floor Conference Room, 2825 3rd Avenue North, and the presence of three members shall constitute a quorum.
Its duties and powers shall be to recommend the boundaries of the various original districts and appropriate regulations to be enforced therein, and to hold public meetings and make recommendations to the City Council on all requests to amend, supplement change, modify or repeal the regulations, restrictions and boundaries in zoning districts. The City Council shall not hold its public hearing or take action until it has received a final report from such