Planning Commission
The Planning Commission is required by law to adopt and implement a master plan for the future development of the City. In addition, the Planning Commission recommends zoning amendments, reviews site plans, and evaluates changes that affect the character and development of the City (street widening, utility allocation, commercial development, signs, parking areas, and open spaces), as well as regional activities that have an impact on the City.  

As part of the 2019 budget adoption resolution, the City Commission approved the Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan (2019-2024). The CIP is required by the Planning Enabling Act and reflects the goals and objectives of the Master Plan.  

City-Wide Strategic Plans
Master Plan (2008) & Master Plan Update (2022)
Six-Year Capital Improvement Plan (2019-2024)
City of Huntington Woods Community Engagement Plan
DEI Report (2021)
Solar Panel Ordinance Amendment for Consideration (2021) & Solar Panel Survey Results (2021)

Planning Commission Resources
Planning Commission FAQ
When is a Site Plan Review Required?
Site Plan Review Process Flow Chart
Pre-Application Meeting Form
Submission Checklist for Planning Commission Review
Zoning Map
Forms & Fees (incl. Site Plan Review Application)

Planning Commission (8 members, one voting City Commissioner)
   Chris Golembiewski
   Sarah Gutierrez
   Jill Ingber
   Gail Linden
   Blake Moore
   Richard Polan
   David Schwartz
   Brandon Weinbaum

Commissioner Liaison: Michelle Elder
Staff Contact: Hank Berry, Zoning Administrator

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