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Architectural Review Commission (ARC)
Meets as needed - Bylaws
The Architectural Review Commission acts in an advisory capacity and makes recommendations to City Council regarding the evaluation of matching grant program applications for facade improvements and/or pole signage replacements; evaluates the quality and effectiveness of Colleyville's Commercial Design Standards; evaluates and makes recommendations regarding future design guidelines; and conducts other architectural and design-related studies, as requested by City Council.
Capital Improvement Advisory Committee
Meets as needed
The Capital Improvement Advisory Committee acts in an advisory capacity to City Council in the development of water, wastewater, and roadway impact fees, as required by Chapter 395 of the Texas Local Government Code. The Committee is comprised of the same members as the Planning and Zoning Commission, and at least one Real Estate representative and one member of the development community.
Colleyville Center Advisory Committee
Meets quarterly - Bylaws
The Colleyville Center Advisory Committee is responsible for making recommendations to City Council regarding fee structures, policies, and development of long-range plans for the Center's use and marketing. The Advisory Committee provides City Council an annual written report of Colleyville Center activities.
Colleyville Economic Development Corporation Board (CEDC)
Meets annually on the fourth Tuesday in August - Bylaws
The Colleyville Economic Development Corporation Board was established from the August 10, 1996 vote for the additional one-half cent sales tax for the 4B economic development corporation under the State of Texas statutes. The ballot language authorized the one-half cent sales and use tax to provide for "parks and parks facilities, a library, a community center, open space improvements, and other facilities and improvements only as authorized by Section 4B of Article 5190.6, Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes, as amended." Annually, the Board develops and approves an Economic Development Capital Improvement Program (EDCIP) consisting of projects authorized by the 1996 vote. The Board consists of four Councilmembers and three citizens.
Colleyville Library Board
Meets bi-monthly, second Monday at 6:00 p.m. - Bylaws
The Colleyville Library Board acts in an advisory capacity to City Council regarding library programming, long range planning, and development of capital improvement programs. The Board recommends policies for library services, and provides a review of the annual operating budget.
Colleyville Tree Board
Meets annually or as needed
The Colleyville Tree Board serves in an advisory role to City Council and the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board in the planting, maintenance, and preservation of trees in the community. The Committee is comprised of three (3) Parks and Recreation Advisory Board members and three (3) Keep Colleyville Beautiful members.
Historical Preservation Committee
Meets quarterly or as needed
The Historical Preservation Committee acts in an advisory capacity to City Council in all matters pertaining to historical preservation, including developing and recommending a plan to identify, collect, and preserve information, artifacts, and sites relevant to Colleyville's history.
Metroport Teen Court Advisory Board
Meets every other month, first Monday at 5:30 p.m. - Bylaws
The Metroport Teen Court Advisory Board advises the Teen Court staff in matters relating to alternative judicial processes. The program offers juvenile offenders the opportunity to assume responsibility for their actions by involvement in the judicial process and completion of community service. The Board consists of representatives from Colleyville, Grapevine, and Southlake. City Council appoints two members to the Board each year.
Park Land Dedication Committee
Meets as needed
The Park Land Dedication Committee reviews proposed dedications of park land, and makes recommendations to the Planning and Zoning Commission and City Council. The Committee consists of two members each from the Planning and Zoning Commission and Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.
Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
Meets quarterly or as needed
The Parks and Recreation Advisory Board shall act in an advisory capacity to City Council and staff on all matters pertaining to Parks and Recreation, and coordinate with other governmental agencies, civic groups, and all citizens of Colleyville, in advancement of sound Parks and Recreation planning and programming.
Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z)
Meets monthly, second Monday at 7:00 p.m. - Bylaws
The Planning and Zoning Commission approves plans for subdivisions and makes recommendations to the City Council on the rezoning of land and amendments to the City's development regulations.
Sign Board of Appeals (SBA)
Meets as needed, second Tuesday at 7:00 p.m.
The Sign Board of Appeals consists of the same members and officers as the Zoning Board of Adjustment. The Sign Board of Appeals has the authority to hear and decide on requests for a variance from the requirements contained in Chapter 7 - Sign Regulations of the Land Development Code, and the authority to hear and decide appeals of an administrative decision on a regulation contained in Chapter 7 - Sign Regulations of the Land Development Code.
Tax Increment Finance District Board (TIF)
Meets annually in July and as-needed
The purpose of the Tax Increment Finance District Board is to oversee the implementation of the TIF zone adopted infrastructure project plan to promote reinvestment within the TIF zone. The Zone includes properties along the SH26 corridor. The Board consists of five members appointed by the City Council and a member of each of the following taxing units, which levies taxes on real property in the zone: GCISD, Tarrant County, Tarrant County College District, and Tarrant County Hospital District.
Zoning Board of Adjustment (ZBA)
Meets as needed, second Tuesday at 7:00 p.m. - Bylaws
The Zoning Board of Adjustment has the authority to hear and decide on requests for a variance from the requirements contained in Chapter 3 - Land Use of the Land Development Code.