October 14th - 4 p.m.
The Planning Commission hearing room will be open to in-person attendance; and can also can be observed online: https://www.placer.ca.gov/2403/Planning-Commission.
Public comment will be offered in-person and virtually through a Zoom meeting webinar. Please review the options listed below:
By Computer - Right before the scheduled meeting at 4:00 pm, please click on the following link https://zoom.us/j/93109760821. The Meeting moderator will let you into the meeting to watch the hearing. To make a public comment on an item, you must select the "Raise Hand" button so the moderator knows you would like to speak. **Please keep your microphone muted until directed to provide your comment.**
By Telephone - There are two toll-free numbers provided by Zoom for you to call in to listen to the public meeting. Dial +1 (877) 853-5247 or +1 (888) 788-0099. When prompted to enter the Meeting I.D., please enter 931 0976 0821 to join the meeting. When using the telephone, please press *6 to mute. To make a public comment you must "Raise your Hand" by pressing *9. This informs the moderator you would like to speak and will let you know when it is time to do so.
**The Public will have 3 minutes to make comments.**
Public participation for the
Planning Commission Meeting
4:00 p.m. Start Time
Published October 7, 2021
During the COVID-19 pandemic, Placer County is committed to public participation in County Government in a manner that is consistent with guidance provided by the County’s Public Health Officer and Governor Newsom’s Executive Orders.
Placer County continues to take steps to utilize technology to encourage full but remote public participation during the Planning Commission meetings. These steps are intended to protect everyone, especially those over 65 and those with other medical conditions.
The Placer County Planning Commission October 14th meeting will be conducted virtually and telephonically via Zoom and will allow in-person attendance. It is scheduled to begin at 4:00 p.m. The Planning Commission hearing room will be open to the public. The hearing may also be observed online through the means provided at: https://www.placer.ca.gov/AgendaCenter#cat53.
At 6:05 p.m., the Advisory Redistricting Commission will conduct a Public Workshop and receive a presentation on 2020 Census data; provide input and direction on Supervisorial Redistricting Map Alternatives. Live translation requests for non-English speaking participants may be made up until 72 hours before the workshop.
- Citizens who are participating by Zoom telephonically will need to Raise their Hand by pressing *9 on their phone. This will alert the Moderator that you wish to comment. Press *6 to mute / un-mute.
- The public may email comments to the Planning Commission Clerk, Sue Colbert, email@example.com, or mail the same through the U.S. Postal Service to the County, Attn.: Planning Commission Clerk, 3091 County Center Dr., Auburn, CA 95603.
- All public comments received prior to 8 a.m. the day of the meeting will be provided to the Commission members electronically or in written format.
- All correspondence will become part of the permanent record.
- The public may always view a live video feed of the meeting online from the comfort / safety of their own home or workplace at www.placer.ca.gov. Closed captioning is available.
- Planning Commission meeting agendas are publicly posted for review on the county website at https://www.placer.ca.gov/AgendaCenter#cat53
All members of the public are asked to adhere to the above guidelines as well as all guidance by the County Public Health Officer.
These steps are designed to make the Planning Commission meeting accessible to everyone in a safe manner. Placer County officials have evaluated these meeting procedures following the March 24 Board meeting in order to continue to improve our remote public participation process. Please also be patient with us as we adjust to changes in process which are continually being provided by the County’s Public Health Officer and the Governor to further protect the public during the COVID-19 emergency.
“It’s important for Placer County to conduct its business to ensure essential services for our citizens,” said Board Chair Bonnie Gore. “We’re doing everything we can to facilitate social distancing and urge residents to take advantage of other methods to address the board versus attending meetings in person.”
“We hope our citizens understand and take to heart the need to participate remotely,” said CEO Todd Leopold. “This crisis may be part of our landscape for several months and we urge our citizens to adjust while still remaining a vital part of the governing process.”
Placer County is committed to do its part to limit coronavirus spread and has also reduced public counter service until further notice, providing online and phone services as alternatives. Essential services such as law enforcement, fire / emergency services, garbage, recycling, water, child protective services and waste water continue.
Placer County declared a local health emergency and a local emergency March 3 to ensure public health professionals have all necessary tools at their disposal to protect the community from COVID-19. Placer’s ongoing COVID-19 response will continue uninterrupted by the office closure.
For more information on COVID-19 novel coronavirus please visit the Placer County Public Health page https://www.placer.ca.gov/coronavirus.
Appeals shall be in writing, and can be submitted online using E-Services to file an Appeal and payment. An email will be sent with the link to make your payment online. Front Counter services have reopened at the Community Development Resource Agency (CDRA) where a hard copy of the Appeal using the Universal Application Form and Appeal Form, as well as accompanying documentation and payment, can be submitted. Please verify current Front Counter Service hours here: Community Development Resource Agency | Placer County, CA
- 10 a.m.
- 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month
- Planning Commission Chambers
3091 County Center Drive
Auburn, CA 95603
Agendas, Minutes, Media (Videos) and Live-stream
Agendas are available prior to the meetings; minutes are available following approval. A live-streaming video feed of Planning Commission meetings is available during a current meeting. Recordings of previous meetings can be accessed in the archives.
View Most Recent Agendas, Minutes, Media and Live-stream
|1||Samuel Cannon||District 1||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2022|
|2||Nathan Herzog||District 2||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2022|
|3||Anthony DeMattei||District 3||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2024|
|4||Daniel Woodward||District 4||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2024|
|5||Anders Hauge||District 5||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2024|
|6||Larry Sevison||At-Large East of Sierra Crest||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2022|
|7||Richard Johnson||At-Large West of Sierra Crest||4 years||Board of Supervisors||December 31, 2024|
Composed of seven members:
- 1 from each Supervisorial District with terms concurrent with the District Supervisor and appointed by the Board
- 2 At-Large members appointed by the Board of Supervisors
- 1 At-Large member shall reside east of the Sierra Crest
- 1 At-Large member shall reside west of the Sierra Crest
The terms will be for four years.
Principal advisory body to the Board of Supervisors on planning and related matters; accomplishes its mission by holding public hearings and making recommendations on proposed general plans, studies and zoning text amendments, reviewing and making decisions on major land development proposals and by encouraging citizen leadership and participation in the planning process.
Conflict of Interest
$100 per diem and payment of additional expenses necessary to attend meetings and perform the duties of the office.