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Boards & Commissions
The City of Casa Grande has 20 boards and commissions that assist the City with information gathering and provide feedback on issues of interest to the community. Several boards are also granted decision-making authority by the City Council.
Airport Advisory Board (AAB)
The Airport Advisory Board has advisory and oversight responsibilities for policies, fees, and general operations at the Casa Grande Municipal Airport.
Arts & Humanities Commission (AHC)
The Arts and Humanities Commission recommends City-wide goals to the City Council on all matters pertaining to the visual and performing arts and other popular cultural events.
Board of Adjustment (BA)
The Board of Adjustment hears and decides appeals where it is alleged that an error exists in any order, requirement, decision or determination made by an administrative official in the enforcement of the Zoning Ordinance.
Board of Appeals (BOA)
The Board of Appeals provides an avenue for persons to appeal requirements, decisions, or determinations made by the administrative officials pertaining to the Building or Fire Codes.
Casa Grande Youth Commission (YC)
The Casa Grande Youth Commission’s vision is “Young, diverse leaders making a positive and reliable impact on our community.”
Community Services Advisory Board
This Board advises the City Council and assists the Community Services Director with developing a continuing plan for the City’s park system and recreation programs.
Fire Personnel Retirement Board (FPRB)
Fire Personnel Retirement Board addresses all questions of eligibility, service, credits, and determines the amount, manner, and time of payment of any benefits under the Public Retirement System.
Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)
The Historic Preservation Commission works towards recognizing and preserving historic buildings and sites in Casa Grande.
Industrial Development Authority (IDA)
This Authority promotes industry and develops trade by inducing manufacturing, industrial and commercial enterprises to locate and remain in Casa Grande.
Part-time Firefighters Board of Trustees (PFBT)
The Part-time Firefighters Board of Trustees oversees decisions and regulations regarding part-time firefighters.
Planning & Zoning Commission
The Planning and Zoning Commission reviews development plans for the City of Casa Grande provides regulatory guidelines and makes recommendations and decisions regarding planning issues.
Police Personnel Retirement Board
The Police Personnel Advisory Board addresses all questions of eligibility, service, and credits and determines the amount, manner, and time of payment of any benefits under the Public Retirement System.
Transit Advisory Committee (TAC)
The Transit Advisory Committee will advise City Council and City transit staff in developing plans and programs, address consumer issues and services, performance, policies, marketing and communications related to the design of the City transit service.
Vacant Boards & Commissions
The City of Casa Grande has 20 boards and commissions that assist the City with information gathering and provide feedback on issues of interest to the community.
- Where can I find the paperwork to run for Mayor or Councilmember?
Candidates seeking election for municipal office will file nomination petitions with the City Clerk's Office. The nonpartisan candidate petition is provided here. It is your responsibility to verify the correct form utilized in the jurisdiction in which you are seeking a nomination. Additional relevant forms for campaign committees can be found on the City Elections page. All other questions about running for local office should be directed towards the City Clerk's Office at 520-421-8600.
- How can I serve on a Board or Commission?
In order to serve on a City of Casa Grande Board or Commission, the following requirements must be met.
- Must reside in Casa Grande for at least one year
- Must be a registered voter
- Submit an application (PDF) for review and appointment by the City Council
If you would like to request a waiver for a requirement, a waiver request form (PDF) must be submitted.
- What are the requirements to run for local political office?
The Mayor and Councilmembers shall be qualified electors of the city and shall hold no other public office for which they receive compensation except that of a notary public or member of the National Guard or naval or military reserve. Candidates must have resided in the city for three years next preceding the date of such election or appointment. If the Mayor or a Councilmember shall cease to possess any of these qualifications or shall be convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude, that office shall immediately become vacant.
City employees are not eligible to stand for election or serve as Mayor or as members of the City Council.
Candidates for Mayor must be 25 years of age or older, and candidates for Councilmember must be 21 years of age or older.