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Bicycle, Pedestrian and Trails Committee
Advises the Parks and Recreation Commission and the City’s Traffic Engineering Division on bicycle, pedestrian and trails related items including reviewing and prioritizing potential projects, policy recommendations, and the promotion of community awareness regarding non-motorized forms of transportation.
Civic Arts Commission
Promote the acquisition, construction and installment of works of public art in Pleasanton. Make recommendations to the City Council regarding the City Civic Arts Program.
Committee on Energy and the Environment
Works closely with City staff to prepare an Energy and Environmental Priorities Plan focusing on energy and environmental issues and strategies reflecting community opportunities, needs and interests.
Economic Vitality Committee
Assess the current and ongoing business climate in the City of Pleasanton and offers suggestions and recommendations to the City Council intended to maintain a strong economic development base in the City.
In cooperation with the community and the development and construction industry, the commission is responsible for initiating and pursuing opportunities for developing, promoting and retaining affordable housing within the community and the region. Recommend policies related to affordable housing. Provide oversight of City affordable housing developments.
Human Services Commission
Advise the City Council on the human service needs of the community and methods of fulfilling these needs. Particular emphasis is given by the commission to the human service needs of the socially and economically disadvantaged, the elderly and the youth of the community.
Advise the City Council on matters related to the Pleasanton Library and library services in general. Promote the use of library services to the community.
Parks and Recreation Commission
Advises the City Council on matters related to the development and provision of services pertaining to parks and recreation facilities, programs and services.
Prepare, adopt and administer the City’s General Plan and specific plans; prepare recommendations to the City Council regarding amendments to the City’s zoning ordinance; review and advise the City Council regarding subdivision maps; and investigate, hear and determine use permits, specified variances, permits and zoning ordinances, disputes and controversies.
The Tri-Valley Conservancy’s mission is to “promote economically sustainable vineyards and orchards, and increase permanently protected, biologically diverse open spaces.” The Conservancy works with willing landowners to acquire property development rights through the legal arrangement of a conservation easement. In doing so, we ensure that a property will be protected from future development.
Act as the liaison between Pleasanton’s youth community and the City Council; advise the Council on youth-related issues; promote an understanding and appreciation of community affairs among the youth of Pleasanton.