The Planning Commission is a body that makes recommendations to the City Council on comprehensive plan amendments and zoning code changes.
The Planning Commission provides the City Council with draft policies related to land use matters, including sensitive area regulation updates, sign code updates, and other zoning matters. The Planning Commission is made up of 7 members appointed by the Mayor and is staffed by the Duvall Planning Department.
2nd and 4th Wednesday of each month
Duvall Visitor Center – 15619 Main St NE. Virtual option via Zoom.
Agendas and Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
The commission's bylaws were adopted May 15, 2008, and can be viewed here.
The Duvall Planning Commission is currently made up of seven members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Planning Commissioners serve a four-year term.
Joining the Planning Commission
The Planning Commission drafts policy that helps shape Duvall’s future. Responsibilities include working with staff to prepare policy documents, reviewing draft work products from staff and special committees, and making recommendations on policies to the City Council. The Planning Commission also reviews many land use applications for consistency with City regulations. Commissioners are required to be residents of the city, live within the Duvall Urban Growth Area, or own a business located in Duvall.
Currently there are no openings for the Planning Commission. Vacancies are announced on this page and social media.