Agendas and Meeting Materials
Meetings: The Planning Commission typically meets every second and fourth Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall Room 1E-113 and other Wednesdays or other special meetings as needed. All meetings, including study sessions and public hearings, are open to the public and comments are always welcome. Comments received in writing or electronically will be provided to the commission at its next scheduled meeting. If you wish to make a comment to the commission, please refer to Public Comments at a Study Session and Testimony for a Public Hearing.
NOTICE: The Planning Commission has revised their February and March schedule.
- The February 22 meeting has been canceled and in its place the Commission has scheduled an additional meeting in March.
- The upcoming schedule will be March 1, March 8 and March 22.
- All Meetings start at 6:30 p.m. in Room 1E-113 at Bellevue City Hall - 450 110th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004
- The March 8th meeting will be a Public Hearing on Downtown Livability Code Amendments starting at 6:30 p.m.
Members: The Planning Commission is comprised of seven Bellevue residents appointed by the mayor with the concurrence of the City Council. The terms are four years and expire on May 31 of the last year of the term. No one can serve more than two consecutive full terms. If a commissioner is appointed to fill a partial term of less than two years, that commissioner is eligible to serve for an additional two full terms.
- John deVadoss, Chair (first term ends 2019)
- Stephanie Walter, Vice-Chair (first term ends 2018)
- Jeremy Barksdale (first term ends 2019)
- John Carlson (second term ends 2019)
- Michelle Hilhorst (first term ends 2017)
- Aaron Laing (second term ends 2020)
- Anne Morisseau (first term ends 2019)
The Planning Commission reviews and proposes amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, and makes recommendations to the City Council, using public input, on amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and Land Use (Zoning) Code. All other city boards and commissions coordinate their Comprehensive Plan and land use activities with the Planning Commission.
The Planning Commission also recommends and reviews studies of geographic subareas in the city. The Commission does not review site-specific development proposals.