Planning Commission

Mission

The Planning Commission is an advisory body to the City Council, which is responsible for directing the short and long-range growth and development of the City through maintenance and implementation of the City's Community Development Ordinance, City Code and associated specific plans. It is composed of seven Commissioners who are residents of the City, serve without compensation and are appointed by the Mayor. Each Commissioner is appointed to a four-year term with no maximum term limit.

Additional Information

For more information, contact the commission.

Contact City Development Services Staff regarding Planning Commission by

Regular Meetings

  • Meets twice a month (if there is City Business/Agenda Items-set by the Planning Department) – Second and Fourth Monday evenings of each month at 7:00 pm
  • Comprised of (7) Citizen Members (Officers Elected in July/subject to rules set forth in Ordinance No. 6603-specific to buying/selling of real estate for profit).
  • Each member serves (4) year term/fill vacancies for the unexpired term.
  • Officers to be elected first meeting in July
  • Staff Facilitator – Public Information Officer
  • Staff Committee Guide – Planning Manager
  • Created by Ordinance Nos. 6136 & 6603 [enacted August 1, 1977 & June 4, 1990]
  • (Refer to Meeting Rules/Procedures – Formal Meeting Process/Land-Use Laws)
  • City Administration Building
    500 Klamath Avenue
    Klamath Falls, OR 97601

The public is invited and encouraged to attend.

2021 Community Development Ordinance (CDO) Update