La Verne

City of

Committees

COMMISSION FACTS

PLANNING COMMISSION
The Planning Commission meets on the second Wednesday of each month at 6:30 P.M. The meetings are held in the Council Chambers at La Verne City Hall, 3660 D Street, La Verne. The purpose of the Planning Commission is to oversee and insure high quality development within the community; to carry out goals, policies and objectives as set forth by the City Council; and to insure compliance with the Zoning Ordinance and General Plan. The meetings are open to the public.

The members of the Planning Commission server voluntarily and do not get any paid compensation. They are appointed by Council Members and server 4 year terms with a maximum of 2 terms. Elected officials may not serve on the commission and the commissioners cannot serve on other commissions at the same time.

Planning Commission members are:

  • Gilbert Ivey
  • Norm Faustini
  • Philip May
  • Wendy Lau
  • Jason Simison

Click here to view  folder Planning Commission Agendas
Click here to view  folder Planning Commission Minutes

 

COMMITTEES

YOUTH & FAMILY ACTION COMMITTEE EXECUTIVE BOARD
Meetings: 4th Tuesday of each month 6:00 p.m., La Verne City Hall

Purpose: To encourage, coordinate and facilitate involvement of citizens and community organizations in combating the problems of substance abuse, gang activity and community violence.
 SPORTS COMMITTEE
Meetings: 1st Wednesday of odd numbered months 6:00 p.m., La Verne City Hall
Purpose: To advise the City Council and the Community Services Department on the scheduling, maintenance and use of athletic facilities by youth sports organizations and school teams.
 SENIOR CITIZEN ADVISORY COMMITTEE
Meetings: 3rd Wednesday of each month 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m., La Verne Community Center
Purpose: This Committee has been responsible for all of the senior activities, lunch program, Senior Celebration, etc. If you would like to share your thoughts, ideas, or concerns, please plan to attend these public meetings. A private non-profit organization whose mission is to promote independence and enhance the quality of life for seniors by providing services. Retired and Senior Volunteer Program (RSVP) offers opportunities for seniors to use their talents and experience in community services ranging from tutoring to delivering meals to the home-bound. Senior Employment Program assists seniors to find employment (mostly part-time). Get About Transportation is a door-to-door transportation system for the elderly and disabled residents. In-home Respite provides support for the caregivers of the frail elderly. Respite Center provides part time day care for frail or confused elderly who are mobile. Senior Peer Counseling assist seniors to find acceptable and satisfying solutions to problems. Valley News for Seniors provides valuable information about senior services, activities, and opportunities. 2120 Foothill Blvd., Suite 115, La Verne, California 91750 -- (909) 593-7511.