About the Planning Commission
The Planning Commission has specified land use related decision-making authority. In Paso Robles, the Planning Commission has final decision-making responsibility for actions that are not legislative, as specified below. The Planning Commissions decisions can be appealed to the City Council.
The Planning Commission is responsible for approving, conditionally approving, or denying Parcel Maps, Subdivisions, Conditional Use Permits, Zone Variances, Planned Developments, and Site Plans. The Planning Commission also has a specific role in the formation of a Redevelopment Project Area. Further, the Planning Commission can make recommendations to the City Council on legislative matters and the acquisition and disposition of property by the City.
2nd & 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:30 p.m.
City Hall/Library Conference Center
1000 Spring Street
See Current Agenda
Members & Terms:
Warren Frace, Community Development Director, (805) 237-3970
Term of Office: 3-year staggered term, 7 members
Development Review Committee
Three members of the Planning Commission also serve as the City's Development Review Committee (DRC). For more information on the DRC, click here.
Looking for past Minutes, Agendas or Resolutions?
If you know what date or Resolution number you are specifically looking for, click on the appropriate link below to access lists by date/number. You will be taken to a page showing directories by years or groups of years. To open the directory, click once and the resulting page will be an actual list of documents. The pdf document can be accessed by clicking on the title/link (in blue) on the page.