Board of Adjustment
In quasi-judicial hearings, determine requests for variances and special exceptions from the provisions set forth in the Zoning Resolution and consider appeals of decisions or requirements made by a county official or agency made in enforcement of the Zoning Resolution.
The duties of the Board of Adjustment is to consider granting variances in cases where a property owner cannot meet the standards in his or her current zone district; to consider granting special exceptions for temporary activities and to consider appeals of the decisions, determinations and interpretations made by a county official or agency made in enforcement of the Zoning Resolution.
Meetings are held the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Jefferson County Courts and Administration building.
Pre-Meeting: 8:30 a.m. – Room 1568
Public Hearing: 9 a.m. – Hearing Room 1
There are five members of the BoA appointed for three-year terms. There are also two associate members appointed for one-year terms. No more than half of the Board of Adjustment may be members of the Planning Commission, by statute. Members should have experience in land use, building codes, real estate and general community affairs. Knowledge of general parliamentary procedures is helpful.
Current Board Members:
|Curt Bourg||Dave Iadarola||David Wray|
|Edward Ford||Joseph Jehn|
|Paul Warbington Alternate|