Boards & Commissions
  • Code Enforcement Board

    The Local Code Enforcement Board, hereinafter referred to as the “CEB”, is a state-enabled body created by the Mayor and Council pursuant to O.C.G.A. 36-74-1 The CEB consists of nine members, seven primary members and two alternates, who shall be residents of the City. All members are appointed by the City Council. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Design Review Board

    The Design Review Board is a body created by Ordinance by the Mayor and Council. The Board consists of seven members and two alternates, who shall be residents of the City, appointed by the City Council. Each member of the Council including the Mayor appoints one member and the entire body appoints the alternates. The members of the Board are appointed for four-year terms and serve at the will of the Council member appointing them. The Board meets on the third Friday of the month at 9:00 a.m. at City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Development Authority

    The Development Authority is a state-enabled body created by the Mayor and Council pursuant to O.C.G.A. The Board consists of seven members, who shall be residents of the City, appointed by the City Council. The members of the Board are appointed for four-year terms. The Board meets quarterly (January, April, July and October). Additional meetings are scheduled as needed. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Natural Resources Commission

    The Alpharetta Natural Resources Commission is created by the Mayor and Council and consists of nine members, seven primary members and two alternates, who shall be residents of the City. All members are appointed by the City Council. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Planning Commission

    The Planning Commission is a body created by Ordinance by the Mayor and Council. The Commission consists of seven members and two alternates, who shall be residents of the City, appointed by the City Council. Each member of the Council, including the Mayor, appoints one member and the entire body appoints the alternates. The members of the Planning Commission are appointed for four-year terms and serve at the will of the Council member appointing them. The Commission meets on the first Thursday of the month at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Recreation Commission

    The Recreation Commission is a state-enabled body created by the Mayor and Council pursuant to O.C.G.A. sections 36-64-1 through 36-64-14. The Commission consists of a minimum of five and a maximum of nine members, appointed by the Mayor. All members must be residents of the City, except one member may come from the Milton High School district. The members of the Board are appointed for five-year terms. The Board meets on the second Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers at City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Board of Zoning Appeals

    The Board of Appeals is a body created by Ordinance by the Mayor and Council. The Board consists of seven members and two alternates, who shall be residents of the City, appointed by the City Council. Each member of the Council including the Mayor appoints one member and the entire body appoints the alternates. The members of the Board are appointed for four-year terms and serve at the will of the Council member appointing them. The Board meets as needed on the third Thursday of the month at 5:30 p.m. at City Hall. All meetings are open to the public.




  • Historic Preservation Commission

    The Historic Preservation Commission is a body created by Ordinance by the Mayor and Council.  The Commission consists of seven (7) members who shall be residents of the City, appointed by the City Council.  The Mayor and each Council Member shall appoint one (1) member to the Historic Preservation Commission, to serve concurrently with and at the pleasure of the Mayor or Council Member making the appointment.  At least four (4) members of the Historic Preservation Commission shall have demonstrated special interest, experience, or education in history, architecture, or historic preservation.