Planning Commission

Planning Commission

"What is a Planning Commission?

Early in the history of zoning, it was recognized that when reviewing zoning and land use matters, elected officials needed input from a group of individuals who were not affected by political concerns. Having a group of interested volunteers judge land use decisions for the community was intended to allow a wide range of views to be fairly represented. Elected officials are representatives for the people in the community. As such, they are accountable to the voters. As a planning commissioner, on the other hand, you are a representative of the people. This means that the members of the commission represent the various interests found in the community, such as professionals, business owners and homemakers."

Meetings are held the second Tuesday of each month as needed, at 7:30 PM at the Village of Fowlerville Offices (213 S. Grand Avenue), in the Council Chambers Room (main level).  Enter the Chambers through the double doors at the front entrance of the building. Handicap access and parking are provided at the ramp on the east side of the building (Fowlerville Police Department entrance, parking lot off of Church Street). 

Excerpt from Planning Commissioners Handbook, published by the Michigan Municipal
To view the Planning Commissioners Handbook, please click on the link in the title above.

Village Board or Committee Application
Fillable - Village Board or Committee Application

Craig Curtis
Term Expires: April 30, 2026

Decorative purpose: Flags of United States of America, State of Michigan, and Village of Fowlerville on display in Council Room

David Kuehn
Term Expires: April 30, 2026

Mary Gallagher
Term Expires: April 30, 2026

Randy Showerman
Term Expires: October 21, 2025

Steve Brodersen
Term Expires: October 21, 2025