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- Boards & Commissions A - H
Boards & Commissions A - H
Agricultural Advisory Committee
Assists the city in its efforts to preserve and protect Suffolk’s agricultural industry and heritage.
Board of Zoning Appeals
Official appeal board for matters that deal with conflicts or hardships that arise from the administration and enforcement of the Zoning Ordinance.
Community Corrections Justice Board
The Community Corrections Justice Board is an advisory group for the Community Corrections Program.
Community Policy & Management Team (CPMT)
Suffolk Community Policy and Management Team, also known as the "Suffolk Interagency Team", acts as the community policy and management team for the City in cooperative effort to serve the needs of troubled and at-risk youth and their families, and to maximize the use of state and community resources in that effort.
Early Childhood Development Commission
To ensure that every child in the City of Suffolk develops to his/her fullest potential socially, physically, emotionally and cognitively.
Economic Development Authority
The authority's purpose is to manage Wilroy Industrial Park and to promote the development of other industrial sites, both public and private.
The Education Committee consists of a representative from the City Manager's Office, the City Attorney's Office, and Suffolk Public Schools.
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Fine Arts Commission
Purpose is to act in an advisory capacity to City Council on matters relating to cultural activities and to the fine arts, and as an advisory board to museums in the City.
The Finance Committee consists of the Mayor, Vice Mayor, Commissioner of the Revenue, Treasurer, City Assessor, City Attorney, City Manager, and Finance Director.
Hampton Roads Planning District Commission (HRPDC)
HRPDC staff gathers and interprets data about the Hampton Roads area regarding transportation, environmental, physical planning and economic issues for the municipalities it serves.
Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization
The Hampton Roads Transportation Planning Organization (HRTPO) is the body created by the Hampton Roads localities and appropriate state and federal agencies to perform the duties of a Metropolitan Planning Organization under the federal regulations.
Health & Human Relations Committee
The Health and Human Relations Committee consists of a representative from the City Manager's Office, the City Attorney's Office, the Western Tidewater Health Department, the Department of Social Services, the Western Tidewater Community Services Board, the Welfare Advisory Board, the Substance Abuse and Youth Council, the Library Board, and the Department of Parks and Recreation.
Historic Landmarks Commission
Review board for the historic and cultural conservation districts of the City.
Human Services Advisory Board
To be interested in all matters pertaining to the social welfare of the people in Suffolk, making recommendations to the Department of Social Services, to develop an annual report for the City Council concerning the administration of the Department of Social Services and submitting reports to Council from time to time as appropriate.