- The second Wednesday of each month
- Council Chambers
- Weirton Municipal Building
200 Municipal Plaza
Weirton, WV 26062
- 5:30 p.m.
The Planning Commission consists of nine members, all of whom will be freeholders and residents of the City of Weirton. The members will be qualified by knowledge and experience in matters pertaining to the development of the City. Members will include representatives of business, industry, and labor.
- Three-fifths of all members shall have been residents of the City at least 10 years prior to their appointment and shall be appointed by the Mayor with the consent and approval of City Council.
- One member shall be a member of the City's governing body or a designee (Council member).
- One member must be member of the Administrative Department of the City or a designee (staff).
- The City Engineer shall be an advisory member of the Commission.
The members of the City of Weirton Planning Commission shall exercise their statutory authority as granted by the General Statutes of West Virginia and by the City of Weirton Code of Ordinances and Unified Development Ordinance, in an objective and timely manner to provide advice to the City Council related to long-range planning, zoning, and related development matters.
|Mary Hannah Finton
||January 1, 2019
||December 31, 2021
||January 1, 2020
||December 31, 2022
||January 1, 2018
||December 31, 2020
||July 1, 2019
||December 31, 2024|
||December 31, 2021
|Matthew Provenzano||January 1, 2020||December 31, 2022|
|Jason Backel||January 1, 2018||December 31, 2020|
Review requests initiated by property owners or City of Weirton staff related to the following:
- Amendments to the Comprehensive Plan
- Amendments to the text of the Unified Development Ordinance (UDO)
- Rezoning cases to change the official Zoning Map of the City of Weirton
- Consideration of certain site plans and subdivision plans, as specified in the UDO
- To perform studies and surveys of the present conditions and probable future development of the City and its environs, including, but not limited to, studies and surveys of land uses, population, economic base, school needs, park and recreation needs, traffic, parking, and redevelopment needs
- To formulate and recommend to the City Council the adoption or amendment of a Comprehensive Plan and other plans for the City and its environs for the purpose of achieving the coordinated and harmonious development of the City, in accordance with present and future needs
- To review the terms of the UDO and to recommend to the City Council any changes that the Commission considers necessary to properly regulate the development and use of land, buildings, and structures
- Such additional powers and duties as may be set forth for the Planning Commission in City ordinances
The Commission will periodically review and evaluate effectiveness of their work plan, modifying as needed to meet goals.