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Council Chambers located in Pasco City Hall and via GoToWebinar.
At their September 25th Workshop City Council approved starting the October 2nd business meeting at 6:00 PM as they will be interviewing candidates for Council Position No. 6 with the anticipation of appointing a candidate that same evening.
The Code Enforcement Board hears alleged violations of the City Code regarding property maintenance standards as investigated by Code Enforcement staff.
Conference Room No. 1, located in Pasco City Hall. Please note: To enter City Hall for an evening meeting, use the east entrance (the entrance off the parking lot).
The Old Firemen Pension Board meets quarterly to take formal action on business items.
Council Chambers located in Pasco City Hall and via GoToWebinar. Please note: To enter City Hall for an evening meeting, use the east entrance (the entrance off the parking lot).
The Pasco City Council holds workshops the second (2nd) and fourth (4th) Mondays of the month, where the Council discusses issues; however, no formal action is taken.
The Hearing Examiner duties include: -Variances, review of administrative actions, waiver of violations, extension on use of borders of zoning districts and administrative exceptions; -Appeals of administrative decisions; -SEPA appeals; -Vehicle impounds; -Appeals of decisions of the Poundmaster and Business license revocations, appeals and reinstatement.
At Regular Meetings, the City Council takes formal action on items, holds public hearings and appeals, and conducts other business of the City.
In person - Pasco Council Chambers, Pasco City Hall or virtually - GoToWebinar - see agenda for link
The Planning Commission makes recommendations to the City Council on land-use matters, including the Comprehensive Plan and zoning.
The Arts and Culture Commission advises the City Council on matters relating to public art and culture, including review and evaluation on matters pertaining to the acceptance, procurement, placement and maintenance of public art. The Commission will perform other functions as the City’s primary resource in matters of public art and culture.