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Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC)

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General Information

IMPORTANT NOTICES/UPDATES:
 
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Click here to view the Collier County Calendar and Events.

Public Hearings:
The Collier County Planning Commission (CCPC) meets regularly on the first and third Thursdays of each month to discuss regular business at 9:00 AM in the Board of County Commissioner's Meeting Room, located on the Third Floor of the Administration Building at the Collier County Government Center, 3299 Tamiami Trail East, Naples, Florida.  Please check above for any changes or deviations to this schedule.

From time to time additional and/or evening meetings may be required to comply with State Statutes and County Codes.  These special meetings are typically for LDC or GMP amendments and will be posted on those individual web pages after being publicly advertised.

The next regular meeting of the CCPC will be on: 10-19-2017 CCPC Agenda 
 
--The date will appear as a hyperlink upon publication of the meeting's agenda.--

The most current signed meeting minutes are those of 8-17-2017 CCPC Minutes

Please visit the CCPC's Archive for past meeting Agendas and Minutes.


Collier County's Planning Commissioners:

Commission

Planning Commissioner

Initial
Appointment

Current
Term

Term
Expires

District 1

Karen Homiak - Vice Chair

09/24/2013

4 years 10/01/2018

District 2

Patrick Dearborn 10/25/2016 4 years 10/01/2020

District 3

Diane K. Ebert - Secretary

09/24/2013 4 years 10/01/2018

District 4

Edwin  Fryer          03/28/2017 4 years 10/01/2020

District 5

Mark Strain - Chair

09/11/2001 4 years 10/01/2020

 At-Large
Environmental

Stan Chrzanowski 09/24/2013  4 years 10/01/2019 

 At-Large
Environmental

Joseph Schmitt 09/13/2016 3 years 10/01/2019

School Board
(Non-Voting)

Thomas Eastman

11/13/2007 4 years 10/01/2019
County Liaison  Ray Bellows      

 

On July 9, 2013 the Board of County Commissioners adopted Ordinance No. 2013-50, reducing the membership to 7 voting members, with one member representing each Commission District and two at-large environmental members. The Board of County Commissioners also gave the Planning Commission the power and duty of serving as the County’s Environmental Advisory Council under Ordinance No. 2009-32.