The Planning Commission is responsible for creating a master plan for the physical development of the city; preparing comprehensive programs for capital improvements; reviewing rezoning requests, site plans, subdivisions, special use permits and other land use applications; reviewing the widening and extension of streets, the development of parks and other public improvements; developing new zoning standards; and ensuring that the standards of appropriate environmental protection legislation are applied. The Commission consists of nine members who serve three-year terms and meet twice monthly. View Planning Commission By-Laws (PDF).
Meetings take place on the second and fourth Wednesday of each month @ 7 p.m. (unless otherwise noted)
54B District Court, Courtroom 2
101 Linden St.
East Lansing, MI 48823
Public Hearings will be held on Wednesday, Nov. 14, 2018 at 7 p.m. in the 54B District Court, Courtroom 2, 101 Linden St.:
A public hearing will be held to consider a lot split application from T&D Development for the property at 211 Harrier Drive. The applicant is requesting approval to create a new parcel for a one-acre office development.
A public hearing will be held to consider Ordinance 1443, an Ordinance to Amend Section 50-943 of Division 4 - City Center Commercial District, B-3 - Of Article VI - Business, Office and Industrial Districts - of Chapter 50 – Zoning - of The Code of The City of East Lansing to make changes to the building height limitations in the B-3, City Center District.
A public hearing will be held to consider a lot split application from Antonio Mastromonaco for the property at 846 Touraine Avenue. The applicant is requesting approval to create a new parcel for the development of a single-family home.
Meeting Coverage (Online and Television)
Gavel-to-gavel coverage of Planning Commission regular meetings are available online and on WELG (Ch. 22). The following options are available:
Video recordings of Planning Commission regular meetings are available online @ www.cityofeastlansing.com/meetings. The meetings are streamed live, archived online and available via an on-demand playback option. The meetings can be viewed by agenda item and are keyword searchable within 24 hours of the meeting.
Televised recordings of Planning Commission regular meetings are shown live and replayed for Comcast customers on WELG (Ch. 22). In addition, a streamed feed of WELG (Ch. 22) is available online @ Ustream.