Community Planning & Preservation Commission

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Community Planning & Preservation Commission

Overview

The Community Planning and Preservation Commission (CPPC) shall act as the Local Planning Agency (LPA) in accordance with the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act to review proposed amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, Future Land Use Map and Zoning Map, and any other element in which the LPA shall review and recommendation is required.

The CPPC shall also act as the Land Development Regulation Commission (LDRC), in accordance with the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, to review and evaluate those portions of the Land Development Regulations pertaining to historic and archaeological preservation, proposed historic designations, certificates of appropriateness and any other action to be performed pursuant to the Historic and Archaeological Preservation Overlay Section.

Function of Committee

The CPPC is made up of seven (7) regular members and three (3) alternate members and is responsible for reviewing map amendments to the Future Land Use and Official Zoning maps, text amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, participating in other specialized zoning and land use planning projects, and reviewing all matters pertaining to historic and archaeological preservation.

Regular members are eligible to serve up to two (2), consecutive 3-year terms. Alternate members are eligible to serve an unlimited number of 3-year terms. Terms begin on October 1 and end on September 30.

Resources

Meeting Schedule

The CPPC meets the second Tuesday of each month at 2:00 p.m. in the City Council Chamber of City Hall, located at 175 5th St. N. If you're interested in serving, please fill out the below application and your information will be kept on file for future openings.
 

Committee Application

Regarding Historic Preservation

The CPPC shall act as the Land Development Regulation Commission (LDRC), in accordance with the Local Government Comprehensive Planning and Land Development Regulation Act, to review and evaluate those portions of the Land Development Regulations pertaining to historic and archaeological preservation, proposed historic designations, certificates of appropriateness and any other action to be performed pursuant to the Historic and Archaeological Preservation Overlay Section. The CPPC shall also perform any other duties required by the City of St. Petersburg's Certified Local Government Statutes awarded by the State. 

Comprehensive Plan

Rules & Procedures

Commission Members (3 year term)

  • Sharon Winters, Chair – Term Expires: January 31, 2023 
  • Thomas Whiteman, Jr., Regular Member – Term Expires: January 31, 2023
  • Jeffrey M. Wolf, Alternate Member – Term Expires: January 31, 2023
  • Valarie Nussbaum-Harris, Regular Member – Term Expires: January 31, 2024
  • Manitia Moultrie, Regular Member – Term Expires: January 31, 2025
  • E. Alan Brock, Alternate Member – Term Expires: January 31, 2023
  • Will Michaels, Alternate Member – Term Expires: January 31, 2023
  • Lisa Wannemacher, Vice Chair – Term Expires: January 31, 2025
2023 Agendas, Reports & Minutes
01/10/23 Meeting
2022 Agendas, Reports & Minutes
12/13/22 Meeting
11/08/22 Meeting
10/11/22 Meeting
09/13/22 Meeting
08/09/22 Meeting
07/12/22 Meeting
06/08/22 Meeting
05/10/22 Meeting
04/12/22 Meeting
03/08/22 Meeting
02/08/22 Meeting
01/11/22 Meeting
2021 Agendas, Reports & Minutes
12/14/21 Meeting
11/08/21 Meeting
10/12/21 Meeting
09/14/21 Meeting
08/10/21 Meeting
07/13/21 Meeting
06/08/21 Meeting
05/11/21 Meeting
04/13/21 Meeting
03/09/21 Meeting
02/09/21 Meeting
01/12/21 Meeting
2020 Agendas, Reports & Minutes
12/08/20 Meeting
11/10/20 Meeting
10/13/20 Meeting
09/08/20 Meeting
08/11/20 Meeting
07/14/20 Meeting
06/09/20 Meeting
03/10/20 Meeting Cancelled
02/11/20 Meeting
01/14/20 Meeting