Boards and Committees

About Boards & Committees
The City of Crestview Hills utilizes boards and committees, comprised of current council members, City Staff and resident representatives (based on the Board and Committee purpose) as appointed by the Mayor, to address important issues affecting the City.  The City strives to have all neighborhoods represented on Boards and committees.  The City works extensively through its committee system to review and discuss relevant issues pertaining to the City and its constituents.  Committees make recommendations to the City Council for significant issues including zoning, major construction projects, economic development and vitality, and public safety as well as other areas affecting quality of life and the business environment in Crestview Hills.

Board & Committee Application
If you would be interested in serving on one of the Crestview Hills Boards and Committees please fill out the application form and return it to the city office.
  1. Board of Adjustment

    This Board is comprised of 5 Mayor-appointed and Council confirmed members with the City Administrator acting as Zoning Administrator. The Board arbitrates requests for variances to the City's Zoning Code and grants conditional uses where appropriate. The Board will also hear appeals to the decisions of the Zoning Administrator.

  2. CHEER

    Crestview Hills Encourages Environmental Responsibility (C.H.E.E.R) and this committee oversees issues related to the management of refuse collection and recycling within the City.

  3. Economic Development & Zoning

    This committee provides advice to the City Council on all matters relating to development and zoning issues within the City.

  4. Ethics Board

    The Ethics Board reviews the annual financial disclosure information filed for elected and appointed officials and also investigates complaints of ethical violations of City Staff and officials.

  5. Finance Committee

    This committee reviews and discusses the annual budget, property tax rate and annual financial audit results.

  6. Personnel Committee

    The Mayor leads this 3 person committee which advises on pay and benefits for City employees and officials.

  7. Public Works

    This committee advises on policy regarding road and sidewalk construction and repair, street maintenance, plantings, storm water drainage and other issues affecting the physical structures within the City.

  8. Police Authority

    The City operates a joint board with the City of Lakeside Park regarding the Police Department which has jurisdiction in both cities.

  9. Recreation & Communications Committee

    This committee advises and assists in planning various social events for the community and its residents throughout the year as well as on the newsletter and other forms of communications to the residents.

  10. Safety Committee

    This committee provides input to City Council on all issues relating to public safety including police, fire, EMS, and traffic which affect the safety and well being of city residents and visitors.