The Board of Adjustment are solely responsible for granting permanent variances to properties for perpetuity and also have jurisdiction in relieving restrictions held by the sign ordinance.
The Board of Aldermen has the right and responsibility to approve all contracts and institute bills for consideration as city ordinances or city laws for the City of Sunset Hills.
The Capital Improvement Committee posts their past and present agendas and minutes online.
The Comp Plan Update Committee is an ad hoc group that will oversee the update of the City's Comprehensive Use Plan.
The Dog Park Committee reviews rules & policies of the Kitun Dog Park and report their recommendations to the Parks Board.
The purpose of this Economic Development Committee is to insure the continued and progressive development of the business districts; to provide a prosperous and attractive place for residents of the city to shop and to maximize the use of the limited commercial property in the city.
The Finance Committee are responsible for gathering assessments and needs from the Department Heads and assembling a city budget.
The Fitness Advisory board reviews new programs & equipment & advises the Parks Board on the status of membership.
The Claire Gempp Memorial Park Commission report and advise to the Parks & Recreation Commission on all items concerning the Claire Gempp Memorial Park located at 9227 Sappington in the City of Sunset Hills.
Preservation and Promotion of the heritage that is Sunset Hills.
The Parks and Recreation Board report and advise to the Board of Alderman on all items concerning the Parks Department.
This commission has the authority to recommend regulations as to size, value and type of construction of buildings proposed to be erected in the city.
The Police Advisory Committee handle issues concerning the Police Department.
The Pool Advisory Commission report and advise to the Parks and Recreation Board on items concerning the pool.
The Public Works Committee has the responsibility to look at issues concerning the Public Works Department and may make recommendations to the Board of Alderman regarding those items.
The Special Projects Committee is responsible for studying matters as requested by the Mayor and the Board of Aldermen that do not necessarily fall under the responsibility of any of the 3 departments of the city (Public Works, Police, and/or Parks and Recreation).
Search through past and present Swim and Dive Advisory Committee agenda and minutes.
The Urban Forestry Commission is responsible for looking at issues concerning trees with proposed developments and make recommendations to the Planning and Zoning Commission concerning these issues.