Boards & Commissions
The Front Royal Town Council is searching for citizens who are interested in serving on one of the boards listed below:
The Planning Commission is a 5-member Board. Regular meetings are once a month and work sessions as needed. A stipend is paid to each member for regular meeting attendance. Per Town Code, each member of the Planning Commission shall become a Certified Planning Commissioner through the Virginia Certified Planning Commissions’ Program (CPC) operated by the Virginia Institute for Planning Commissioners within one year of appointment. Any costs associated with the certification will be paid for by the Town. Applicants must reside within the corporate town limits of Front Royal to serve on this Board. Contact the Planning/Zoning Department for further information at (540)635-4236.
- an unexpired term ending December 13, 2024
- a 4-year term ending December 13, 2026
FREDA is a 7-member Board. They meet once a month in a regular meeting. A stipend is paid to each member for regular meeting attendance. Members shall fulfill all the purposes and intents of the General Assembly of Virginia, as expressed in Title 15.2, Chapter 49, Code of Virginia and as set out in Chapter 16 of the Municipal Code of the Town of Front Royal. Those applying shall have experience in economic development, real estate, banking, hotel/hospitality, planning, engineering, marketing, and government is desired but not required. Applicants must reside in the corporate town limits of Front Royal or the County of Warren; however, County of Warren residents are required to have a business located within the corporate town limits of Front Royal to serve. Contact the Town Manager for further information at (540)635-8007.
Please send applications and/or resumes with a cover letter to:
Mayor & Town Council
Attn: Tina L Presley, Clerk of Council
102 E. Main Street, P. O. Box 1560 Front Royal, Virginia 22630
Applications will not be accepted without a resume.
View and submit an application to serve on a Board or Commission.
Access easily searchable meeting agendas and minutes for various boards, commissions, and committees.
The Board of Architectural Review determines the appropriateness of property improvements to maintain the historic character of the town's historic districts.
The Board of Zoning Appeals is responsible for deciding whether variances from the town's zoning regulations can be granted based upon special physical conditions of property.
The Environmental Sustainability Advisory Committee (ESAC) focuses on the Town’s ecosystem, including environmental protection involving waste reduction, recycling, energy conservation, clean air and water, natural resources, public art, and a sustainable community.
The Planning Commission is responsible for making critical zoning and planning recommendations to the Town Council.