Boards & Commissions Listing
Below are a list of Boards and Commissions
Affordable Housing & Community Equity Development
See information about this committee and access the agendas and minutes from past meetings.
Link to the Affordable Housing & Community Equity Development page
Alcoholic Beverage Control Board
Annapolis Conservancy Board
The duties of the Conservancy Board are to solicit the dedication of properties, real and personal, to the City; administer and manage said properties; encourage the preservation of environmentally sensitive land; further implement the goals for improving water quality; provide for the development of additional recreational resources of the City.
Link to the Annapolis Conservancy Board page
Art in Public Places Commission
View information about the Art in Public Places Commission.
Link to the Art in Public Places Commission page
Board of Appeals
The Board of Zoning Appeals' duties are to hear certain appeals from decisions of the Planning and Zoning Director, special exceptions, variances, and other Planning and Zoning matters.
Link to the Board of Appeals page
Board of Supervisors of Elections
The board shall have charge of and make provisions for all municipal elections to be held in the City, or any part of the City, including every general, primary and special election.
Link to the Board of Supervisors of Elections page
Building Board of Appeals
The Building Board of Appeals hears and decides appeals of orders, decisions, or determinations made by the building official relative to the application and interpretation of the Code.
Link to the Building Board of Appeals page
Charter Revision Commission
Civilian Review Board
Civil Service Board
Their duties include; to review and make recommendations to the City council regarding the classification and pay plan of the City, to adopt certain rules governing the Civil Service, to hear certain personnel appeals, and to review requests for promotions and for merit pay increases.
Link to the Civil Service Board page
City Central Committees
The two leading political parties elect party governing bodies, Central Committees, at the municipal primary every four years.
Link to the City Central Committees page
City Dock Action Committee
The City Dock Action Committee is comprised of community members committed to creating a unique place at City Dock where all Annapolitans can experience a vibrant, walkable, water accessible, and greener public space.
Link to the City Dock Action Committee page
Commission on Aging
Learn about the Commission on Aging and view a listing of the members.
Link to the Commission on Aging page
This Commission was established pursuant to City Council Resolution R-29-16.
Link to the Compensation Commission page
See the composition and the membership of the Ethics Commission.
Link to the Ethics Commission page
Financial Advisory Commission
Discover information about the Heritage Commission such as past agendas and minutes and the commission's duties.
Link to the Heritage Commission
Historic Preservation Commission
Learn about the composition and see a list of members that make up the Historic Preservation Commission.
Link to the Historic Preservation Commission
The Annapolis Housing Authority is a legal entity separate from the City of Annapolis.
Link to the Annapolis Housing Authorities page
Human Relations Commission
Learn about the commission on human relations, including their duty and composition.
Link to the Human Relations Commission
Maritime Advisory Board
The board provides expert and informed analysis of facts relating to the marine industry and pleasure boating to the City Council or City agencies and provides advice to the City concerning the administration of the Maritime Industry Economic Development Program and Fund.
Link to the Maritime Advisory Board Commission
The Planning Commission reviews and decides planned developments and subdivisions, reviews and makes recommendations to the City Council on proposed comprehensive plans, proposed zoning code amendments, re-zoning, and other planning matters as referred to them by the City Council.
Link to the Planning Commission page
Police and Fire Retirement Plan Commission
The Commission reviews public safety retirement plans and makes recommendations to the City Council.
Link to the Police and Fire Retirement Plan Commission page
The Port Wardens regulate the placement, erection and construction of structures in the water, review permits for construction of marinas and wharves, regulate the use of mooring buoys, and generally to oversee matters related to the use of waterways.
Link to the Port Wardens page
Public Safety Disability Retirement Board
The Public Safety Disability Retirement board shall conduct a hearing on the record to review and decide all appeals from Police and Fire Department Service Connected Disability Retirement Pension decisions made by the Human Resources Director.
Link to the Public Safety Disability Retirement Board page
Public Works Maintenance Facility Task Force
Learn more about the Public Works Maintenance Facility Task Force
Link to the Public Works Maintenance Facility Task Force page
Recreation Advisory Board
The board acts in an advisory capacity to the Department and to make recommendations concerning the Department's budget, activities, programs, facilities and public relations.
Link to the Recreation Advisory Board page
Risk Management Committee
The board's duties are to provide informed analysis of the facts relating to transportation matters affecting the City and all transportation matters pending before the City Council or before any City agency
Link to the Transportation Board page