Council Subcommittees

  1. Charter Review Committee (inactive)

    The Santa Rosa City Charter (Charter) is the governing document for the City of Santa Rosa subject to State and Federal Laws.

  2. City Council / BPU Liaison Subcommittee (BPUCC)

    This subcommittee of the Board of Public Utilities with representation from the City Council discusses and explores issues relating to the City’s water and sewer utilities and making recommendations to the full City Council.

  3. Downtown Subcommittee

    The City Council's Downtown Subcommittee discusses a variety of issues related to Downtown Santa Rosa.

  4. Economic Development Subcommitee

    The City Council's Economic Development Subcommittee discusses a variety of issues related to Economic Development in Santa Rosa.

  5. Homeless Policy Subcommittee - Retired

    The Homeless Policy Subcommittee considers a variety of issues related to Homelessness and its effects on the Santa Rosa community.

  6. Long Term Financial Policy Committee (LTFP)

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  7. Medical Cannabis Policy Subcommittee

    Read agendas, minutes, policies, and meeting handouts from the Medical Cannabis Policy Subcommittee, as well as access the contact information for the subcommittee liaison.

  8. Open Government Task Force

    The purpose of this Task Force is to review applicable law, city policy and practice, and related information in order to develop a report that will inform the community about the current status of open and transparent government practice in the City of Santa Rosa.

  9. Pension Reform Task Force (inactive)

    The purpose of this Task Force is to gather and review information in order to develop a report that will inform the community about matters relating to public pension reform in California; to specifically review current pension programs approved and utilized by the City of Santa Rosa as a part of the total compensation for city employees; to review the limitations and requirements of the California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS); and to present options for pension reform that the Mayor and City Council may wish to consider.

  10. Rent Stabilization Subcommittee

    The City Council has awarded a consultant contract to provide policy and management options for addressing residents’ concerns about the current cost and availability of rental housing in the City.

  11. Roseland Annexation Committee (RAC)

    The purpose of this committee is to determine how costs associated with the annexation of the 620 acre Roseland county island will be funded.

  12. Waterways Advisory Committee

    The Waterways Advisory Committee is an advisory task force to the City Council, Planning Commission and other City decision-making bodies.