The Plumas County Planning Commission is comprised of five citizens appointed by the Supervisor of their district to represent five geographic areas in the county. The Board of Supervisors appointed the Commission to provide recommendations on issues concerning Plumas County's General Plan and to promote public interest regarding the future direction of development in Plumas County.
The Plumas County Planning Department provides professional and support services to the Commission including Senior Planner, Tim Evans, Commission Clerk.
The Planning Commission typically meets on the first and third Thursdays of each month at 10:00 a.m. in the Plumas County Courthouse Building, Board of Supervisors Chambers, Room 308 (520 Main Street, Quincy).
**SEE BELOW FOR MORE INFORMATION ON HOW TO JOIN REMOTELY**
For more information regarding the Planning Commission, see the link located on the left-hand column of this webpage called "Planning Commission Members (PDF" or please call or email:
Tracey Ferguson, AICP
Plumas County Planning Director
Planning Commission General Plan Element by Element Review
Land Use Element & Implementation Measures Summary
Economics Element & Implementation Measures Summary & Staff Report re: Planning Commissioners Recommendations
Water Resources Element & Implementation Measures Summary (to come)
Noise Element & Implementation Measures Summary
Public Health & Safety Element & Implementation Measures Summary (to come)
Agendas and Minutes
The Public May Participate as Follows:
Zoom Meeting/View and Verbal Public Comment Opportunity:
Members of the public who wish to watch live and provide public comment on any item on the agenda can join via the following link: https://zoom.us/j/92668567598?pwd=T21qNFFGem1PWXBlUFFZSnJwZElKdz09
Meeting ID: 926 6856 7598
Written Public Comment Opportunity:
Members of the public may submit written comments on any matter within the Commission's subject matter jurisdiction (Plumas County Code Title 2, Chapter 2, Article 1, Sec. 2-2.107 - Duties), regardless of whether the matter is on the agenda for the Commission consideration or action. Comments will be entered into the administrative record of the meeting.
Members of the public are strongly encouraged to submit their comments on agenda and non-agenda items before and/or during the Planning Commission meeting using the email address: email@example.com.