Boards and Committees
Board of AdjustmentThe Board of Adjustment consist of five regular members and three alternates who are residents of the City of St. Robert and are appointed for terms of five years each. The Board of Adjustment hears issues related to appeals from any order, decision, requirement or interpretation made by the Land Use Administrator as they may relate to the enforcement of the requirements set forth in the land development regulations. they also hear issues related to applications for variances to density and dimensional requirements, questions involving interpretations of the Zoning Map, including disputed district boundary lines and lot line and appeals involving home occupation issues.
Notice of Board of Adjustment meetings are published in the local newspaper in the City of St. Robert and posted at City Hall.
Emergency Services CommitteeThe Emergency Services Committee consists of four council members, and the police and fire chiefs. The Committee is responsible for reviewing and making recommendation related to public safety issues, including city policies and procedures.This Committe meets on an as needed basis.
Fee CommitteeThe Fee Committee consists of four council members and four city employees. The Fee Committee reviews and makes recommendations related to utilities rates and fees. This Committe meets on an as needed basis.
Finance CommitteeThe Finance Committee consists of four council members and the city administrator this committee reviews and makes recommendations related to the city budget and employee benefits. This Committe meets on an as needed basis.
Parks and Recreation CommitteeThe Parks and Recreation Committee consists of three council memebers, six employees and one resident who reviews and makes recommendations related to the municipal park and recreation programs and facilities. The Park Committee meets the second Monday of each month.
Planning and Zoning CommissionThe Commission makes recommendations to the Board of Aldermen the plans, goals and objectives relating to the growth, development and redevelopment of the City of St. Robert and policies, ordinances, administrative procedures to carrying out plans and to make recommendations to the Board of Aldermen concerning proposed conditional use permits and land subdivisions and proposed Zoning Map changes. Planning and Zoning Meeting Dates
Public Works CommitteeThe Public Works Committee is composed of one Alderman from each ward and the public works director. This committee reviews and makes recommendations related to electric, sewer, water, natural gas, streets and waste water treament. This Committe meets on an as needed basis.
Taxi CommitteeThe Taxi Committee consists of four council members and two city employees. This committee reviews and makes recommendation regarding issues related to taxicabs. This Committe meets on an as needed basis.
Tax Incremental Financing CommissionThe TIF Commission is composed of eleven members, six of which are appointed by the Mayor, two are appointed by the Waynesville R-VI School Board and two are appointed by the Presiding Commissioner of Pulaski County. The two appointed by the City shall be designated to serve for term of four years. The The TIF Commission serves as an advisory board to the Board of Aldermen as it relates to the consideration of tax increment financing proposals. [More Information on Tax Incremental Financing]
The City has Representatives on the following:Joint Airport Board
Joint Regreation Board
Meramec Regional Planning Commission
Mid-Missouri Municipal Power Electric Pool
MO Gas Commission
Pulaski County Growth Alliance
Pulaski County IDA Board
City Organizational Chart