Boards & Commissions
Citizen’s Advisory Committee
The Citizen Advisory Committee (CAC) shall consist of five members. The committee shall designate one member to be chairperson and vice-chairperson for each calendar year. Members shall be residents of the City, and at least three members shall represent low and moderate-income residents, and/or property owners in low- or moderate-income areas. The members shall be responsible for recruiting and recommending members to be appointed by the City Council for a term of four years. Members shall be appointed by a vote of the City Council. The Citizen Advisory Committee shall be advisory to the CDBG staff. Responsibilities of the CAC shall be: Review and make recommendations on the proposed annual distribution of CDBG funding and prioritize funding applications.
Crestview Housing Authority
Meets on the third Monday every other month.
The duties and responsibilities of the Board are to prepare, carry out, acquire, lease, and operate low-income housing projects within the City. The Board is empowered to borrow money, apply for and accept grants and other financial assistance from state and federal sources for the purpose of maintaining and operating any housing project within their jurisdiction. The board also provides for construction, reconstruction, improvements, alterations, and repair of housing projects under their jurisdiction.
View the General Employee’s Retirement Board meeting information.
Historic Preservation Board
Quarterly on fourth Thursday of the month
The Planning Board is responsibly for the management and update of the City Comprehensive Plan and Land Use Regulations that provide for the growth management needs of Crestview through the year 2020 and beyond.
Here you can find the meeting information for the Police and Firefighters Retirement Board.