[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Roseville 2-28-1984 by Ord. No. 895 as Ch. 7 of the 1984 Code. Amendments noted where applicable.]
There is hereby created and established in and for the City of Roseville a commission hereafter to be known as the "City Beautification Commission."
[Amended 6-22-2004 by Ord. No. 1188; 2-26-2008 by Ord. No. 1211]
The Commission shall consist of seven members, who are electors of the City of Roseville, to be appointed by the Mayor with the approval of the City Council. Members of the Commission shall serve as such without compensation and shall be appointed forthwith upon adoption of this chapter.
Members of the Commission shall hold office for terms of three years, except that in the first instance, three members shall hold office for one year; three members shall hold office for two years, and three members shall hold office for three years. The Commission shall each year elect one of its members as Chair and shall elect such other officers as it may deem necessary.
The City Beautification Commission as herein created shall be charged with the following duties:
To study, conceive, formulate, promulgate and develop plans for the beautification of streets, highways, alleys, parks, playgrounds, yards, lots and buildings.
To study, investigate and develop plans for improving the health, sanitation, safety and cleanliness of the City.
To encourage and recommend the placing, planting and preservation of trees, flowers, plants, shrubbery and other objects of ornamentation in the City.
To collect, study and evaluate information on community improvements and to make recommendations thereon.
To sponsor, plan, promote, coordinate and carry out campaign activities for the restoration, preservation and enhancement of the beauty of the City.
To otherwise promote public interest in the general improvement of the appearance of the City; provided, however, that nothing herein shall be construed to abridge, invade, supplant or change the powers and duties of the other commissions, departments, boards and agencies of the City or grant the Commission the power or authority to incur debts or expand public funds without the express resolution of the City Council.
The following City officials or their designated representatives shall together act as a nonvoting advisory body to the Commission, making recommendations and suggestions and aiding and cooperating in carrying out all of the duties of the Commission as hereinabove set forth in § 7-4 of this chapter: