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Committees Overview

Various committees assist in the function of the City government.

Listing of Committees



 

Roswell City Council Committees

The City of Roswell has three council committees that enhance communication between Mayor and Council and City staff. The committees enable staff to receive early feedback from the elected body on issues affecting public policy before formal votes are taken at the official City Council meetings. No formal votes are taken on Council Committee agenda items. Formal votes on issues and public policy are made during City Council meetings the second and fourth Monday's of the month.

Committees

  • Administration, Finance, and Recreation & Parks Committee
  • Public Safety and Public Works Committee
  • Community Development and Transportation Committee

Meeting Schedule

  • Administration, Finance, and Recreation & Parks Committee and Public Safety and Public Works Committee
    • The Tuesday following the second Monday City Council meeting of each month
    • 5:00 PM, Roswell City Hall, Room 220
  • Community Development and Transportation Committee
    • The Wednesday following the fourth Monday City Council meeting of each month
    • 8:00 AM, Roswell City Hall, Room 220
  • Meeting schedule available at ceciliamtz.com/MeetingPortal

Liaison Assignments

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2040 Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee

The City of Roswell is working with a consulting team (Pond) to write the 2040 Comprehensive Plan. This plan will provide long-range policy direction for land use, transportation, economic development, housing, public facilities, inter-governmental agreements and natural/cultural resources. The process involves a variety of stakeholders including Elected Officials, City Staff, a Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee, Regulatory Agencies, a Consultant Team led by Pond & Company, and the General Public. The Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee will assist in collecting and discussing public input and help formulate the plan.

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East Roswell Economic Action Committee

The East Roswell Economic Action Committee (EREAC) was comprised of 10 community volunteers, as well as the City Administrator, Director of Community Development, and Executive Director of Roswell Inc. The Committee's purpose was to present findings and recommendations to the governing body (Mayor and Council) on ways to stimulate and revitalize areas east of Warsaw Road.

In February 2020, EREAC presented a final report resulting from work conducted during its initial term of service from February 2019 to February 2020.

Committee Findings & Recommendations

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Historic District Master Plan Advisory Committee

The City of Roswell approve a Historic District Master Plan (HDMP) in August 2019 with the help of a consulting team (TSW Design). This plan is preservation focused with specific emphasis on four target areas within the City's existing Historic District. The goal of this Roswell Historic District Master Plan is to establish a vision and a well-developed and feasible implementation plan to create a sustainable and thriving historic downtown environment, for the targeted areas, that protects the historic character and resources and also reflect the common goals and objectives of community stakeholders. The Historic District Master Plan Advisory Committee assisted in collecting and discussing public input and help formulate the master plan.

Find out more at ceciliamtz.com/HDMP

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Historic Gateway Citizens Advisory Committee

The Historic Gateway Citizens Advisory Committee (HGCAC) acts as a resource to the governing body to offer opinions on discretionary elements of design. The intent of this committee is not to question the principles of design, but to offer suggestions and input on design decisions as needed and requested by the governing body through RDOT. The committee will consider budget, time and cost restraints for construction and future maintenance and balance those as part of this process.

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