- Boards & Commissions L - Z
Boards & Commissions L - Z
Created pursuant to Chapter 17.08 of the Whitewater Municipal Code. The Commission develops criteria and standards for identifying and designating landmarks and landmark sites within the city limits. The Commission consists of seven members appointed by the City Council, for a three year term. One of the seven members shall be a Council Representative.
Created pursuant to Chapter 2.56 of the Municipal Code and per Wisconsin Statutes Chapter 43.54. The Library Board oversees the management of Irvin L. Young Memorial Library. Membership consists of seven members appointed by the Common Council.
Parks & Recreation Board
Created pursuant to Chapter 2.52 of the Whitewater Municipal Code. The Board's responsibilities include assisting with the operation and maintenance of public parks, facilities and activities. The Board shall consist of seven members.
Pedestrian & Bicycle Advisory Committee
Created pursuant to Chapter 2.51 of the Municipal Code, the Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee provides guidance to the Parks and Recreation Board on bicycle and pedestrian related issues. The committee offers alternatives to driving while improving pedestrian connections and encourages both utilitarian and recreation bicycling. The Committee consists of five members composed of three citizen members, one member appointed by the Parks and Recreation Board and one member appointed by the Public Works Committee.
Plan & Architectural Review Commission
Created pursuant to Chapter 19.06 of the Municipal Code, the Commission is responsible for the review and approval of conditional use permits, assuring compliance of standards. The Commission consists of seven members and four alternates
Police & Fire Commission
Created pursuant to Chapter 2.28 of the Whitewater Municipal Code as well as Wisconsin State Statute 62.13. Membership consists of five citizen members.
Public Works Committee
Created pursuant to Chapter 2.45 of the Municipal Code. The Committee oversees the city's public works department and the development of streets, sidewalks, lighting, building maintenance and other capital projects. The Committee is made up of three Council members.
Urban Forestry Commission
Created pursuant to Chapter 2.52 of the Municipal Code, the Commission is established as a permanent committee of the Park and Recreation Board. The Commission makes recommendations to the City Forester and Parks & Recreation Board concerning the care of city trees and shrubs. The Commission consists of five citizen members
Whitewater University Technology Park Board
Created in 2011 through collaboration between the City of Whitewater, the CDA and UW-Whitewater, the Board oversees the development of the technology park