The Planning and Zoning Commission makes recommendations or decisions based on planning policies and goals, major projects issues related to land use, zoning, transportation, and housing issues, as outlined in the Middleton Comprehensive Plan.

The Planning & Zoning Commission consists of 6 members serving staggered terms of 3 years. An appointed member must in Middleton City limits except no more than 2 members may be appointed that live in the area of impact.

Regularly scheduled meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month in the City Council Chamber at 6 North Dewey Ave.

 

Name Profession Contact Appointment Expires
Lary Sisson, Chairman Attorney larysisson@gmail.com April 30, 2018
Sean Billet Air Traffic Controller Sean.billett@yahoo.com February 28, 2019
Jeff Garner Sales Garner723@yahoo.com April 30, 2019
Justin Rahn Electrician jrahn@cableone.net February 28, 2019
Amy Watson Realtor Watsonamy07@gmail.com February 28, 2019
Vacant Position      
Vacant Position      
 

 

 

The Impact Fee Advisory Committee is appointed by the City Council and shall have no fewer than five (5) members. Two (2) or more members shall be active in the business of development, building or real estate. The committee serves in an advisory capacity and is established to:

  • (a)  Assist the governmental entity in adopting land use assumptions;
  • (b)  Review the capital improvements plan, and proposed amendments, and file written comments;
  • (c)  Monitor and evaluate implementation of the capital improvements plan;
  • (d)  File periodic reports, at least annually, with respect to the capital improvements plan and report to the governmental entity any perceived inequities in implementing the plan or imposing the development impact fees; and
  • (e)  Advise the governmental entity of the need to update or revise land use assumptions, capital improvements plan and development impact fees.

Committee members serve without pay. The committee meets annually or as requested by City staff. There is no statutory limit for term expiration.

 

Name Profession
Tyler Ashton Builder
Jennifer Barr Resident, City
Alan Mills Realtor
Paul Watson Developer
Chris Yorgason City Attorney
Pam Wagoner Resident, Impact Area
 

 

The Board of Trustees manages and controls the affairs of the library. They make and adopt bylaws, rules, and policies of the library. They appoint and supervise the librarian, and adopt an annual budget, with the approval of the City Council. The trustees serve without pay for a term of five years and for not more than two terms.

 

Name Appointment Expires
Brady Fuller, Chairman February 28, 2019
Jenni Fried February 29, 2020
Kassie Knapp January 31, 2017
Donald Watt January 31, 2017
Nicole Thomas April 22, 2021

The Urban Renewal Commission is comprised of five (5) commissioners appointed by the Mayor. The commission makes recommendations on the acquisition and disposition of properties in designated Urban Renewal areas. Powers attributed to this body include executing the powers of eminent domain for mixed-income housing opportunities and other projects that support economic and community development.

 

Name Appointed
Elwin Butler, Chairman March 4, 2016
Brent Bishop March 4, 2016
Carrie Huggins December 18, 2013
Rob Kiser November 18, 2015
Carl Lohrengel February 17, 2016

The Mayor's Youth Advisory Council advises the Mayor on long-range planning, current city events, and topics specific to the youth in Middleton.  The Council and members organize and participate in several community activities including ColorRama, Rake-Up Middleton, City Coat Drive, Eighth Grade Mentoring Days, Battle Ball, and Spooktacular.  Members also attend the annual Day At the Capitol, Association of  Idaho Cities Conference and National League of Cities.