Boards & Commissions

New Baltimore has many Boards and Commissions that work to keep the City a hometown community. These positions are appointed by the Mayor with City Council approval. Community involvement is welcome and necessary.

Service Application
If you are interested in serving the City please complete the application (PDF) and return it to the Mayor at:
36535 Green Street
New Baltimore, MI 48047
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Boards & Commissions Listing

  1. Citizens Advisory Committee

    The purpose of the Citizens Advisory Committee is to provide essential citizen input to the City Council and Administration as a recognized component of the decision making process.

  2. Downtown Development Authority

    The mission of the City of New Baltimore Downtown Development Authority (DDA) is to act in ways that will establish a downtown area that is healthy, viable, and economically sound for the future.

  3. Historic District Commission

    The City of New Baltimore Historic District Commission is charged with promoting the educational, cultural, economic and general welfare of the City of New Baltimore.

  4. Library Board

    The Board is comprised of 5 city residents who have attained at least 18 years of age. Trustees are appointed to the board by the Mayor with the advice and consent of the City Council.

  5. Local Development Finance Authority

    The purpose of the Local Development Finance Authority of the City of New Baltimore is to provide for those public improvements necessary or desirable to facilitate, promote and sustain industrial development within the established district.

  1. Parks & Recreation Commission

    The mission of the New Baltimore Recreation Department is to provide a wide variety of leisure and cultural activities, special events, facilities and programs that encourage health, fitness, relaxation, cultural enrichment and learning as well as community involvement.

  2. Planning Commission

    See the members and find more contact information, as well as important documents, for this commission.

  3. Retiree Healthcare Board

    This board meets quarterly to discuss items related to retirees and the healthcare they receive.

  4. Roads & Bridges / Public Utilities Committee

    Access past agendas for this committee and find out who the current members are.

  5. Zoning Board of Appeals

    This board handles questions, concerns and appeals related to the zoning of the City of New Baltimore.