Boards and Commissions Vacancies
Please note that appointments by city council are to be from the qualified voters of the City of Waynesboro.
Historical Commission is charged with preserving and protecting the history of the City of Waynesboro. The Historical Commission’s mission is to locate, collect, and preserve historical facts and important information about the community, and educate and encourage personal and community responsibility for preserving its past and fostering an understanding and appreciation of the City’s history. Meetings: Third Tuesday of each month – 6:30 p.m. – Conference Room of the Waynesboro Public Library., Waynesboro, Virginia, Waynesboro.
Planning Commission: (Deadline to apply 12:00 p.m. September 21, 2023: The Planning Commission was established as an advisory board to the Waynesboro City Council. The Commission directs the growth and development of the City by reviewing all zoning applications, subdivision plats, site development applications and plans for municipal improvement in order to promote the orderly development of the locality and its environs. The City Code enumerates the ways in which Planning Commissions shall function as the official body planning for the future growth and development of a locality, subject to the appeal by the City Council. Members shall have the powers, functions and duties provided for by the State Planning Law. This seven-member commission, appointed by the Mayor and City Council, works in conjunction with the City’s Department of Planning and Code Administration.
The Planning Commission generally meets monthly, on the Tuesday following the third Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. Additionally, they attend occasional joint public hearings and work sessions with the Mayor and City Council on Monday evenings, Council Chambers, Charles T. Yancey Municipal Bldg., 503 West Main Street, Waynesboro.
Community Action Partnership - Staunton, Augusta, Waynesboro: CAPSAW is a 15-member board with equal representation from Augusta County and the cities of Staunton and Waynesboro. CAPSAW administers funds made available annually to designated community action agencies through the Federal Community Services Block Grant, the State Community Services Block Grant, and Federal Temporary Assistance to Needy Families (TANF) funds, along with required match funds provided by each of three localities. The Board of Directors oversees the process through which these funds are distributed based on a regularly occurring community needs assessment and strategic planning process.
Meetings occur the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30pm. More information can be found on their website at: https://www.waynesboro.va.us/346/CAPSAW
Meetings: Last Wed. of each month, 7:00 P.M., 86 Sangers Lane, Staunton.