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Boards & Commissions A through K
The Livonia Arts Commission exists to create, promote, develop, sponsor, sustain, facilitate, and further the Arts within the City of Livonia.
Board of Ethics
The Board of Ethics has the power to receive requests for advisory opinions from city officials or employees, to receive complaints concerning alleged unethical conduct by a city official or employee and to receive and retain copies of disclosure statements, as well as advisory opinions.
Board of Review
The Board of Review consists of 3 freeholders who are qualified and Registered electors of the City that are appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council.
Board of Trustees - Employees Retirement System
Here you will find pertinent information regarding retirement planning and LERS budgets.
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
The Livonia Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has 9 members who serve various terms and are appointed by the Mayor.
Building Code Board of Appeals
The Building Code Board of Appeals consists of 5 members that serve at the pleasure of the Mayor.
Citizens Road Advisory Committee
Civil Service Commission
Peruse information about the Civil Service Commission.
Commission on Aging
The Livonia Commission on Aging provides citizen output on programs and services which are beneficial and promotes the enrichment of the lives to the senior population.
Economic Development Corporation
Livonia’s Economic Development Corporation is a public corporation established by the City of Livonia under Michigan Public Act 338 of 1974, as amended.
The Election Commission consists of the City Clerk, the Mayor, and the City Attorney.
Greenleaf encourages energy efficiency, conservation and environmentally friendly practices in the City of Livonia.
Historic Preservation Commission
The Livonia Historic Preservation Commission responsibilities are to regulate the alteration, repair, moving, or demolition of structures or sites of historic or architectural value within the corporate limits of Livonia.
The Livonia Historical Commission collects, arranges, and preserve historical material relating to the early settlers of Livonia. The Historical Commission consists of 9 members who serve at the pleasure of the Mayor for a 3-year term.
The Housing Commission consists of five members that are appointed by the Mayor.
Human Relations Commission
The Livonia Human Relations Commission endeavors to foster mutual self-respect and understanding and promote amicable relations among all racial, religious, and ethnic groups. The Commission educates and counsels in the area of civil rights enforcement.