Committees & Commissions
Meeting agendas for Planning Department committees
and commissions are posted at the
Center (915 8th Street,
Marysville) on the “Public Notice” bulletin board located across from
the Board Chambers. Copies of agendas, minutes, and
staff reports may be obtained from the Planning Department located in Suite 123 of the Government Center. Hearing
packets are available after 3 p.m. on the Friday before the meeting.
As a convenience to the public; agendas,
minutes, and staff reports may be posted to the Planning Department’s
website. Posting of these documents is dependant on the availability of
technical support and therefore may not be posted for all hearings or
Plumas Lake Specific Plan - Design Review Committee
The Plumas Lake Design Review Committee was formed by the
Yuba County Board of Supervisors to provide public review of development designs
within the Plumas Lake Specific Plan to ensure consistency with the Specific
Plan Guidelines. Community aesthetics are considered to be an important
component to the success of the Specific Plan and the maintenance of a minimum
level of quality in architecture and development will promote civic pride and
maintain property values.
Staff Development Committee
/ Zoning Administrator (SDC/ZA)
To expedite processing of minor land use entitlements
under the Yuba County Subdivision and Zoning Ordinances, County Code has
established the Staff Development
Committee and Zoning Administrator (SDC/ZA) function.
Yuba County Planning Commission
The Planning Commission is composed of five regular members appointed by the
Board of Supervisors who represent the various geographical areas and the
commercial, industrial, and agricultural interests of the County. The Commission
reviews and acts on matters related to planning and development and advises the
Board of Supervisors on various land use matters.
A group was developed to
improve the coordination and communication between developers/builders and
the County's staff in Community Development and Public Works. There are
MANY projects going on in Yuba County that require all parties to work
effectively together. This group will meet as needed to foster effective
communication and good working relationships.
Fish and Game Advisory Committee
Please Note: This location will soon
be moving to the Agricultural Commissioner/Weights and Measures site.
Beale - Joint Land Use
The Joint Land Use Study (JLUS)
seeks to encourage cooperative land use planning between military
installations and local jurisdictions so that future community growth and
development are compatible with the training and operational missions of the
The Trails Commission
strives to advise the Planning Commission, and through them the Board of
Supervisors, of the riding, hiking and bicycle trail needs of the County
of Yuba. The Trails Commission encourages community involvement in
development, maintenance and use of the riding and hiking trail system and
bicycle paths within the County.