Boards & Commissions

The City of Moore has numerous boards and commissions which provide authority, oversight, and review to many of the City's functions. These boards generally consist of three to nine members, which are citizens of the City, elected officials, and/or city employees. Official meeting times, locations, and agendas for all board meetings are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall. Except in cases of emergency meetings, these notices are posted at least 2 days prior to the meeting. All board meetings are open to the public. State law provides that certain sensitive items, such as personnel matters and pending litigation, may be discussed in private "executive sessions". Any executive sessions are noted on the meeting agenda. No action other than discussion may be taken during an executive session.

 

Board of Adjustment

The Board of Adjustment concerns itself with questions arising from the City's zoning regulations. Business of the Board includes hearing appeals from from citizens who have been the subject of enforcement of zoning regulations; deciding map interpretations; and authorizing exceptions and variances to the zoning regulations. The Board of Adjustment consists of five residents of the city, appointed to three-year positions that expire in August. At least two members of the Board are appointed from the membership of the Planning Commission. Read More » about Board of Adjustment

Electrical Board

The Electrical Board prescribes the procedures and order for hearing appeals from the decision of the Electrical Inspector of the City and aggrieved appeals. The Board consists of four members, appointed by the City Council to two-year terms. The City Building Official also serves as an ex-officio member of the Board. The Electrical Board meets as necessary to conduct business. Official meeting notices and agendas are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall.

 

Fire Pension Board

The Fire Fighters Pension Board provides local oversight of the fire fighters pension and retirement system. The Board consists of three members, elected by the members of the fire department to three-year terms. The Mayor and City Clerk also serve as members of the Board. The Board meets as necessary to conduct business. Official meeting notices and agendas are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall. Read More » about Fire Pension Board

Mechanical Board

The Mechanical Board prescribes the procedures and order for hearing appeals from the decision of the Building Inspector of the City and aggrieved appeals. The Board consists of three members, appointed to two-year positions by the City Council. The City Building Official also serves as an ex-officio member of the Board. The Mechanical Board meets as necessary to conduct business. Official meeting notices and agendas are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall.

 

Parks Board

The Parks Board serves in an advisory capacity to the City Council, and makes recommendations to the Council regarding the planning, development, maintenance and betterment of the city park system. The Parks Board meets at 7pm on the 1st Tuesday of each month (unless preempted by a City Council meeting), in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. 

Parks Board Members

Charles D. Payne, Chairman

1401 NE 10th Street  ( Ward 1)
(405) 794-1034
Appointed 07/2000

Term expires 6/2015 Read More » about Parks Board

Pioneer Library System Board of Directors

One person is appointed by the City Council to represent Moore on the Pioneer Library System Board of Directors, this appointment is for a three-year term. 

Should you need to contact one of the Library Board members, please call the Moore Public Library at (405) 793-5100 or visit www.justsoyouknow.us Read More » about Pioneer Library System Board of Directors

Planning Commission

The Planning Commission studies and makes recommendations to the City Council concerning the systematic development and betterment of the City as related to the zoning regulations.

The Commission consists of nine members, appointed by the City Council for three-year terms. The City Manager and City Engineer also serve on the Commission as ex-officio members.

Meetings of the Board are generally held at 7 pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month, in the City Council Chambers at City Hall. Official meeting notices and agendas are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall. Read More » about Planning Commission

Plumbing Board

The Plumbing Board prescribes the procedures and order for hearing appeals from the decision of the Plumbing Inspector of the City and aggrievement appeals. The Board consists of four members, appointed by the City Council to two-year terms. The City Building Official serves as an ex-officio member of the Board, and the County Sanitarian also serves as an advisory member. The Plumbing Board meets as necessary to conduct business. Official meeting notices and agendas are posted on the bulletin board at City Hall. Read More » about Plumbing Board