Boards, commissions, and committees (made up of residents) provide important services to the city and its residents. They are volunteers. These groups offer opportunities for residents to become involved in city government.
The primary duty of the board is to consider difficulties and unnecessary hardships resulting from the enforcement of the Zoning Code.
Civil Service determines the fitness and merit of candidates for full-time positions and promotions in the Broadview Heights Police Department and Fire Department.
The board represents city residents when making recommendations on parks and recreation issues to improve the quality of life in Broadview Heights.
The primary duty of this commission is to enforce city laws and ordinances that govern commercial, industrial, and residential development.
This commission determines the types and kinds of trees to be planted along city streets, parks, and grounds.
Provide rules for retention and disposal of records of the city.