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City Hall Council Chambers
Traffic and Codes Violations. No court for minors. Cash, credit/debit cards, money orders accepted for payment. No personal checks accepted. City Court Rules: ABSOLUTELY NO: Food or drinks, chewing gum, cell phones, tank tops, shorts, bare mid sections, visible body piercings, caps or hats, sagging pants, clothing with holes showing undergarments or bare skin Anyone requesting accommodations due to disabilities should contact Wanda McClain, ADA Coordinator, at 931-560-1570 prior to the meeting.
City Hall - Council Chambers (basement)
Regular City Council Meetings are open to the public and are the vote meetings for the City of Columbia City Council Members. Anyone wanting to speak on an agenda item listed may do so by signing up before the meeting begins. The sign up sheet will be on a table outside of the Council Chamber doors.
City Hall - Conference Room A (basement)
The Architectural Design Review Committee was established by City Council to provide review and recommendations regarding the visual quality and aesthetic characteristics for construction of commercial and industrial structures.
The Columbia Mayor's Youth Council will meet from 4:00 - 5:00 PM in the City Hall Council Chambers on the second Tuesday of the month through April 2023.
The Planning Commission advises Columbia City Council on future growth patterns and development issues that affect the city. The Commission reviews and makes recommendations to Council on Comprehensive Plan items, redevelopment plans, changes in development regulations, requests to rezone properties, annexations, and reviews preliminary site plans, group housing plans, and subdivisions.
The Columbia Zoning Board of Appeals is a quasi-judicial body that conducts evidentiary hearings on requests for variances, special use permits, and appeals from administrative decisions regarding the Zoning Ordinance.
The Historic Zoning Commission serves as City Council's official historic preservation review body to identify, preserve, protect, and promote Columbia’s historic resources.