Dogtown, with its critical role as our water supply, diverse landscapes, open space and recreational opportunities, and historical and cultural heritage, should be preserved and protected for the public benefit.
The DPC’s mission is to formulate and implement a comprehensive plan for ongoing preservation, restoration, management, education, and stewardship of Dogtown.
The DPC, in an advisory capacity, will assist the City in developing and maintaining its management plans for Dogtown.
Meetings of the Dogtown Preservation Commission are open to the public and meeting details will be posted under Public Notices on the City's website.
Currently all meetings are being conducted in-person. Meetings are typically held at City Hall. Please refer to the most updated agenda for final meeting location.
The DPC shall consist of at least seven members and may be up to nine members, and include a member of the City Council, the conservation agent or designee, and the public works director or designee. One member should have expertise in conservation restrictions, and one member should also be a member of the open space and recreation committee. The DPC meets on the 4th Thursday of each month at 5:30 pm in the 1St floor conference room in City Hall.