Boards & Committees


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City's advisory board and committees play an important role in the operations of the City of Treasure Island. Unlike the City Commission, members of these bodies are appointed, not elected. Some of the boards and committees require members to meet specific qualifications. But while each body differs in its area of responsibility and requirements for appointment, they all have one common requirement, they depend on citizens willing to serve their city. The advisory boards and committees are subject to the State of Florida, Sunshine Law and all meetings are advertised and open to the public. All applicants must reside in the City of Treasure Island. Apply now.

For more information about boards and committees, and the application process, contact the City Clerk's Office at (727) 547-4575 x229 or cityclerk@mytreasureisland.org.

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Boards & Committees
All City Board and Committee meetings are open to the public.

Auditor Selection Committee
Meets at Treasure Island City Hall, times and dates vary.
Resolution 2021-03 adopted on March 16, 2021 established an auditor selection committee, which will also serve as an Audit Committee to ensure that audits are completed annually in accordance with Florida state law, provide oversight of the independent auditors, assist in the review and selection of audit firms, and ensure transparent communication back to the Commission and citizens of Treasure Island. In accordance with social distancing orders, public seating will be limited to comply with social distancing standards.

City Evaluation Committee

Meets at Treasure Island City Hall, times and dates vary.
The committee discusses individual review and scoring of Statements of Qualification. Due to current in-person meeting limitations related to the COVID-19 pandemic, City staff will be meeting remotely.

Code Enforcement Board
Meets the third Wednesday of the month, Treasure Island City Hall, 2pm.
The board consists of seven members appointed by the city commission with authority to arbitrate and determine potential fines or penalties for city residents or property owners who may have violated provisions and requirements of city ordinances and land development codes. Code Enforcement Board meeting replays are on Mondays on Brighthouse cable channel TITV644.

Code Enforcement Special Magistrate
Meets at Treasure Island City Hall, times and dates vary. The magistrate is appointed by the city commission with authority to arbitrate and determine potential fines or penalties for city residents or property owners who may have violated provisions and requirements of city ordinances and land development codes.


Planning & Zoning Board
Meets the third Thursday of the month, Treasure Island City Hall, 2pm.
The board consists of seven members with experience in the field of planning and zoning. The board conducts hearings to gather information with regard to requests for zoning changes, variances and all major development proposals and applications within the city. Planning & Zoning Board replays are on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays on TITV644.

Local Planning Agency

Meets the second Thursday of the month, Treasure Island City Hall, 6pm

Sustainability Committee
Meets the second Wednesday of the month, Treasure Island City Hall, 1:30pm
The committee discusses shoreline erosion, renourishment, beach cleanups, and environmental concerns. Sustainability Committee replays are on Mondays on TITV644.