The Board of Adjustment reviews and votes on variance and special exception applications along with appeals.
The purpose of this division is to provide a practical and adequate control of all contractors in the construction trades in the city.
The Civil Service Appeals Board consists of 11 members appointed by the City Commission.
Code Enforcement Board consists of 7 members and 1 alternate who each serve a 3 year term.
The Communitywide Council's areas of interest have been enlarged under the guidance of the new Department of Urban Redevelopment.
The Construction Board of Adjustments and Appeal considers decisions of building officials and applications for variance.
The purpose of the Community Redevelopment Agency Advisory Committee is to provide the Fort Pierce Redevelopment Board its recommendations and action programs relevant to all CRA District redevelopment and revitalization issues.
This board is an economic development initiative of the city.
The Fort Pierce Redevelopment Agency (FPRA) was established in 1982 to guide the city in its redevelopment efforts.
In 1972, the citizens of Fort Pierce voted by referendum to create the Fort Pierce Utilities Authority.
The Historic Preservation Board handles many tasks including maintaining historic district boundaries and monitoring the upkeep of the local register of historic sites and districts.
Keep Fort Pierce Beautiful Advisory Board is the only active board administered by the Public Works Department.
All powers of the city and determination of all matters of policy shall be vested in the City Commission.
The City of Fort Pierce Planning Board is essential in reviewing and influencing the management of growth in Fort Pierce.
The City of Fort Pierce Retirement System was established to help provide a portion of the financial security required for active and retired employees.
The Sunrise Theater Advisory board meets the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Sunrise Theater.