You can help your community by serving as a member of a City Advisory Board. Details on each advisory board can be obtained from the City Clerk. If you interested in serving on one of the boards, complete and return the Board Membership Application to the City Hall.
Board of Adjustment
Meetings: held as needed.
The Board of Adjustment hears and decides appeals to any order, requirement, decision, or determination. The board also hears and reviews variances from any zoning ordinances, if applicable, from the Planning and Zoning Commission. The Board of Adjustment decides for applications taken concerning with conditional or temporary use permits.
Board of Adjustment Members: (term):
- Garry Clark (2023)
- Ed Collins (2025)
- Carl Johnson (2024)
- Meg Jacobson (2022)
- Richard Lindberg (2021)
Parks and Recreation Board
Meetings: Third Wednesday of every month at 5:30 p.m. at the Sergeant Bluff Community Center located at 903 Topaz Drive
The Parks and Recreation Board recommends policies and regulations for parks and recreation programs. The board is in charge of the purchase, sale, lease, or exchange of any park property and it establishes personnel levels necessary to operate and maintain the park and recreation programs. The Parks and Recreation Board reviews applications for grants or subsidies from any other unit of government and establishes the rates and conditions for services rendered to users of the parks and recreation facilities.
Parks and Recreation Board Members: (term):
- Vacant Alternate Position (2022)
- Cyndi Nelson (2022)
- Kirk Moriarty- Co-Chair (2022)
- Neil Stockfleth - Chair (2023)
- Colin Tague (2023)
- Lisa Ryan (2023)
Planning and Zoning Commission
Meetings: First Tuesday of every month, with additional meetings as necessary, at 6:00pm and located at the City Hall Conference Room or the Council Chambers when required.
The Planning and Zoning Commission affords residents the opportunity to actively participate in the planning of the City and its welfare; to learn all facets of the regulations governing such functions; interact with a wide variety of citizens participating in shaping Sergeant Bluff's future; and assume an active role in regulation changes involving zoning and subdivision activity.
Planning and Zoning Commission Members (term):
- Chad Kehrt- Chairman (2022)
- Kevin McGregor (2022)
- Shawn Streck (2026)
- Glenda Moriarty (2024)
- Vacant Position (2024)
- Mark Monson (2025)
- Anthony Lamb- Co-Chair (2025)
- Wayne Johnson (2022)
- Michelle Colvert (2026)
Mayor Committee Board
Meetings: First Wednesday of January/April/September/November, at 5:30pm and located at the City Hall Conference Room.
The Mayor Committee may adopt rules and regulations to govern its organizational procedures as may be necessary and which are not in conflict with this code or state code. The Mayor Committee is to engage a group of citizens from a representative cross-section of the community and constituent groups to interact with the Mayor on a regular basis in order to share and exchange interests, feedback, concerns, recommendations and direction. The committee shall act only in an advisory capacity and shall not have any independent powers and duties to act of its own accord.
Mayor Committee Members (term):
- Brad Thelander- Chairman (2022)
- Kelly Adams-Co-Chair (2022)
- Dianna Pelchat (2022)
- Corrine Kober (2020)
- Kelly Dawdy (2022)
- Brad McCauley (2022)
Senior Committee Board
Meetings: First Wednesday of every month, with additional meetings as necessary, at 3:30 p.m. at the Senior Center.
The committee shall work with the Mayor, City Council and City Staff as needed to advise, plan, oversee, operate, and supervise programming, services and facilities for seniors. Contracts and agreements considered by the Senior Citizen Committee are subject to review and approval by the Council.
Senior Committee Members (term):
- Garry Coon- Chairman (2020)
- Diane Gibson- Co-Chair (2020)
- Beth Hickey (2021)
- Sandy Carstens (2021)
- Pat Ruba (2021)
- Carole Massey (2021)
- Dorothy Sargent (2021)