Commissions & Board Appointments

 
Bexley's Commissions and Boards are comprised of individuals who are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council.  Seats on the city's boards and commissions that are up for renewal or will be vacant, if any, are on this page.

Generally speaking, positions come up for renewal or become vacant as of July 1st of each year, with the City of Bexley providing public notice of these vacancies on or before May 1st of each year.

Monday
Jun122017

About Board and Commission Appointments

Bexley's Board and Commission members are generally apointed by the Mayor and confirmed by City Council.  The majority of board and commission terms are three years, with appointments made in the spring and summer for most boards.  However, board and commission vacancies occur from time to time throughout the year.  The following boards and commissions are populated by appointed members:

Major Boards/Commissions:

  • Architectural Review Board 
  • Board of Health
  • Board of Zoning and Planning
  • Civil Service Commission
  • Records Commission
  • Recreation and Parks Board

If you are interested in becoming a member of a board or commission, please email Mayor Kessler's assistant Debbie Maynard at dmaynard@bexley.org, and include a copy of a resume as well as a note letting us know what board or commission you are interested in serving on and why.  Thank you!

Friday
Aug242018

Historic Preservation Working Group

The City of Bexley is putting together a historic preservation working group to study best practices for historic preservation, and submit recommendations to Bexley City Council.  

Bexley’s current historic preservation controls are limited to residential property, and are focused only on instances of proposed demolition.  Historic preservation codes can vary greatly in impact and form, but can encapsulate commercial as well as residential property, and can also address architectural preservation in instances of changes to property.  The City is seeking interested candidates to join a working group to study best practices in historic preservation law, and to make recommendations to Bexley City Council.  

Interested residents should have a professional background, or demonstrable personal expertise and interest, in topics of historic preservastion.  Please submit resumes and emails of interest to Debbie Maynard with Mayor Kessler's office at dmaynard@bexley.org by September 14, 2018.