- Boards & Commissions
Boards & Commissions
Volunteer for a Board, Commission, or Committee
If you are a resident of the City of Trenton and would like to serve your community, then consider volunteering for a Board, Commission, or Committee. If you would be interested in volunteering to serve on one of these boards or require more information, please email a brief resume to Laura Daley, Clerk of Council.
Upcoming City Council Meeting Agenda
Public Comments can be emailed to City Clerk, Laura Daley prior to the meeting. Facebook Live - Anyone can watch.
Board of Utility Appeals
Board of Utility Appeals regarding whether a utility bill was accurately rendered, whether any adjustment should be made for a lack of service or any other issue where there is a factual dispute, such as a consumer's notice of termination and its effective date.
Board of Zoning Appeals
Board of Zoning and Subdivision Appeals regarding the refusal of building permits and to permit exceptions to and variations from the zoning regulations in individual cases, and may be required to afford justice and avoid unreasonable hardship to property owners.
Community Reinvestment Area Housing Council
Community Reinvestment Area Housing Council hears and decide all appeals referring to any decision, variation, or exception to the Subdivision Regulations and Zoning Regulations.
Parks & Recreation Board
The Parks and Recreation Board acts as an advisory board to the Parks and Recreation Division of the Service Department with regards to recreational programs and facilities.
The Personnel Board adopts rules for appointment and promotion of classified employees; administers Civil Service exams; hears appeals from grievance procedures.
The Planning Commission conducts studies, surveys, prepare plans, reports, and maps relative to the overall planning of the City and review and report recommendations to the council regarding zoning ordinances and regulations.
The Records Commission is responsible for reviewing retention schedules, approving revisions to retention schedules, and approving the destruction of any records.
Tax Board of Review
The Tax Board of Review hears appeals from any ruling or decision of the Tax Commissioner.
Volunteer Firefighter Dependent's Fund Board
The Volunteer Firefighter Dependent's Fund Board reviews the Volunteer Firefighter Dependent's Funds.
Trenton Community Improvement Corporation
The Trenton Community Improvement Corporation (CIC) supports economic and community development activities. The CIC is authorized by Section 1724.10 of the Ohio Revised Code and Chapter 236 of the City Code. The CIC’s duties and powers include: A non-profit instrument for the City to facilitate industrial, commercial, distribution and research development; Create opportunities for employment; Increase tax valuation; and Sell and buy property.