The Planning Commission uses the Zoning Ordinance, General Plan, staff recommendations, public input and its individual and collective judgment to make decisions and/or recommendations on various planning applications such as: rezones, conditional use permits, variances and tentative subdivision maps.
1. Residency: According to Section 2.24.030 of the El Cajon Municipal Code, applicants must be a resident of the City at the time of applying for a commission and shall continue to reside in the City during the term of office.2. Conflict of Interest Code: Planning Commissioners are required to file a Form 700 according to provisions of the Political Reform Act, the Fair Political Practices Commission, and the City's Conflict of Interest Code.
Applications are accepted on a continuous basis and will be kept on file for future vacancies. You can submit this application by email, mail or in person. Applications must be signed.
Email to: CityClerk@cityofelcajon.us
Mail or deliver to: City Clerk's Office, 200 Civic Center Way, El Cajon, CA 92020
|Appointed by Mayor
with approval of the
Terms are for four years.
Contact Department: Community Development - Planning Group (619) 441-1742