The Planning Commission consists of nine residents who are appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council, to serve a three year term. Members shall be representative of important segments of the community such as the economic, educational, and social development of the local unit of government in accordance with the major interests as they exist in Berkley such as recreation, education, transportation, industry and commerce.
In accordance with state and city ordinances, the Planning Commission is responsible for:
- Drafting and adopting the city's master plan
- Reviewing and recommending approval of the city's Capital Improvement Plan in accordance
- Developing and updating Zoning text and map changes
- Reviewing Special Land Use requests described in the zoning ordinance
- Conducting Site Plan Reviews
Planning Commission meetings are televised live on Berkley's government access channel, WBRK (available for WOW and Comcast customers). *Work sessions & Joint Meetings are not recorded or televised.
Watch Meetings Live online!
If a meeting is currently in session, it will be streamed live below.
Watch Archived Meetings online!
Miss a meeting? You can view recorded meetings below. Click the icon in the top left corner of the video to see the full list of available meetings. Recorded meetings are only available online from January, 2015 - present.
The City of Berkley will provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services, such as signers for the hearing impaired and audio tapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting, to individuals with disabilities. For more information on this, or to request auxiliary aids or services, contact the city in writing or by phone at:
City Clerk's Office
Berkley City Hall
3338 Coolidge Hwy.
Berkley, MI 48072