Planning Commission


Agendas & Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
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Term Expiration
Peter DeMasters - Chair
Sixth Ward
December 31, 2025
William Blosser
Third Ward
December 31, 2025
VACANT First Ward
December 31, 2026
William Petros
Fourth Ward
December 31, 2024
Brennan Williams Fifth Ward December 31, 2024
Tim Stranko
Second Ward
December 31, 2023
Katie See Seventh Ward December 31, 2024
Danielle Trumble City Council Rep. June 30, 2027
Kelly Palmer Administration Indefinite


To advise the City Manager and City Council on current and future land use planning and development issues, with meaningful citizen input and technical support from the Morgantown Planning Department.

Meeting Videos

The City of Morgantown YouTube channel livestreams the Planning Commission meetings, and they are archived for later viewing.


Members of the public may participate in an existing case before the Planning Commission in several ways:

  • Provide a written submission (evidence such as reports, photographs, etc.) while the record is open. Evidence supporting the granting or denial of an application may be submitted to the Office of the Planning Division up to five (5) days prior to the public meeting. Written evidence submitted after the deadline cannot be considered by the Planning Commission unless the Commission President finds that good cause exists to admit additional evidence at the time of the hearing.
  • Provide written comments for the public hearing. Written comments may be submitted to the Office of the Planning Division prior to the public meeting. Written comments that are lengthy but not considered evidence should be submitted up to five (5) days prior to the public meeting to allow ample time to distribute them to members of the Planning Commission with sufficient time for review.
  • Offer testimony during the public hearing portion at the Planning Commission meeting. All speakers are limited to five (5) minutes. If there is a large number of speakers, including many who are part of groups or organizations, the Commission President may, to avoid repetitive comments, elect to ask a representative to speak on behalf of the group or organization.