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Boards & Commissions
Residents who serve on citizen boards, committees and commissions play a crucial role in representative government and help City officials make important decisions about various issues, programs and events. Some boards meet monthly and others meet periodically.
Apply to an Advisory Board
To apply for most municipal advisory boards, residents must have resided in St. Peters for at least one year. St. Peters residents can download this application for an appointment to a board or commission (PDF) and follow the instructions. Return your application to:
St. Peters City Hall
One St. Peters Centre Boulevard
St. Peters, MO 63376
The Mayor and Board of Aldermen review applications to fill advisory board vacancies. Appointments are formally made by the Mayor with the approval of the Board of Aldermen at a Board of Aldermen meeting. To learn more, call the Mayor's office at either 636-477-6600 or 636-278-2244, ext. 1233.
Board of Adjustment
The St. Peters Board of Adjustment acts on appeals or variances from the zoning and subdivision regulations that provide for the establishment of zoning and regulate land use in the City.
Board of Appeals
The Board of Appeals interprets building code.
Land Use Review Committee
The Land Use Review Committee was created to facilitate early communication between developers and the City regarding selected projects that will require Board of Aldermen action and special uses.
Parks, Recreation & Arts Advisory Board
The Parks, Recreation and Arts Advisory Board is composed of volunteer residents and operates as a public interface between City residents and City officials to related to parks, recreation, cultural arts, golf, historical, and sustainability activities and programs within the City.
Planning & Zoning Commission
Learn about the Planning and Zoning Commission.
Senior Advisory Committee
The Senior Advisory Committee was formed to review and analyze a full range of traditional and future policy issues concerning residents 60 years old and above.
Veterans Memorial Commission
The Veterans Memorial Commission is composed of volunteer residents and operates as a public interface between City residents and City officials to explore ways in which to honor area veterans and to make recommendations for the preservation and upkeep of the Veterans Memorial.