CITY OF PAGE BOARD INFORMATION
COMMUNITY CENTER ADVISORY BOARD - This board is comprised of five (5) Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This board will act in an advisory and review capacity to the City Council regarding the operation, programming and fundraising activities of the Community Center.
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ADVISORY BOARD - This board is comprised of seven (7) Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. The Economic Development Advisory Board shall act as the advisory board to the Page City Council on matters pertaining to the economic development, airport and tourism industries. The board shall advise the Council on goal setting, strategic planning, beautification, construction, marketing strategies, hospitality and business recruitment, retention and expansion.
LIBRARY ADVISORY BOARD - This board is comprised of seven (7) Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This board will act in an advisory and review capacity to the City Council regarding the operation and programming of the Page Public Library.
PARKS AND RECREATION ADVISORY BOARD - This board is comprised of seven (7) Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This board will act in an advisory and review capacity to the City Council regarding the operation, maintenance, promotion, improvement and activities of the City parks, recreation facilities, playgrounds, trails, and playing and sports fields.
PLANNING AND ZONING COMMISSION - This commission is comprised of seven (7) Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms. This commission will assist in the preparation of a General Plan; assist in the preparation of development controls; review development proposals, proposed changes to ordinances and changes in development policies; hold public hearings and meetings; assist in preparation of a capital improvements program; make recommendations on proposed boundary changes; and make recommendations on a uniform schedule of fees for service.
PUBLIC SAFETY PERSONNEL RETIREMENT SYSTEM BOARD - This board is comprised of five (5) members pursuant to Arizona Statute §38-847. This board shall have the responsibilities and duties as set forth in A.R.S. § 38-847, as it may be amended from time to time.
YOUTH ADVISORY COMMISSION - This board is comprised of seven (7) Council appointed members who must be actively enrolled students in a public or private high school in Page (including charter and home schools) between ninth and twelfth grade. The board will assist and advise the Parks and Recreation Board on issues concerning youth in Page; present recommended improvements to the City Council of public projects and programs relating to youth; and assist in planning youth/recreation activities and events.
SUBSTANCE ABUSE TASK FORCE - This task force is comprised of five (5) Council appointed citizens for staggered four year terms. This board is responsible for fostering the health and well being of the citizens of Page, Arizona by coordinating efforts to establish and strengthen programs to reduce and prevent substance abuse in the community.
PAGE UTILITY ENTERPRISES BOARD – This board shall be composed of a total of six (6) members who shall live within the city limits of Page, Arizona. Five (5) members shall be appointed by resolution of the Council and serve for staggered five year terms. The sixth members shall be the Mayor or designee who shall serve as an ex-officio member without the privilege of voting. The board was established as an independent body to operate the Page Utility Enterprises, as more specifically set out in Ordinance No. 588-12. The board has general powers to operate the electric, water, and sewer systems; procure and erect all buildings and facilities for the use of the utilities; appoint a General Manager; and recommend rates, fees, and charges for adoption by City Council.
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT - This board is comprised of five (5) Council appointed citizens for staggered three year terms, pursuant to Arizona Statute section 9-462-06. ADJUSTMENT - Meets as necessary when appeals have been filed. Duties are to hear and decide appeals for variances from terms of the zoning ordinances and to hear and decide appeals in alleged error in the order, requirement, or decision made by the Zoning Administrator.
APPEALS - The board has the authority to hear cases in which a citizen wishes to overturn the decision of the building official on matters pertaining to the adopted Uniform Building Codes. This board does not have the power to hear variances on individual cases. They are primarily concerned with code interpretation and alternate use of building materials whenever a request is denied by the building official. The board should be trained in the Uniform Code and have background in building construction or design. Occasionally the board may be used as a review board to recommend code changes.
FIRE - The board hears matters on petition by a citizen when an interpretation or ruling is needed on the Uniform Fire Code. When such a request is filed, the board sets a meeting date and information on the reason for the interpretation under consideration is presented in report form by the Fire Department. The petitioner presents information in the hearing and the board makes a ruling based on its findings after considering the information and the wording of the Code. Revised December 4, 2018 Ordinance 650-18 Section §31.20