Boards & Committees

Boards and committees in a local government are essential components of the democratic process. They serve as advisory bodies, providing expertise, diverse perspectives, and community input on specific areas of governance. These entities are comprised of volunteers who contribute their time, knowledge, and skills to assist in decision-making and policy development.

The importance of boards and committees lies in their ability to offer specialized knowledge and insights that may not be readily available to elected officials or municipal staff. They provide a forum for public participation and ensure that the voices and interests of various stakeholders within the community are represented. By involving citizens in the decision-making process, boards, and committees help foster transparency, accountability, and legitimacy in local governance. The City of Oldsmar has various boards and committees that play a crucial role in shaping and enhancing the community.

Boards & Committees Calendar


The Board of Adjustments serves as a vital entity that reviews and decides on requests for zoning variances and exceptions, ensuring fair and consistent application of the city's codes and regulations. 


Meetings for the Board of Adjustment are held on the 4th Wednesday of each month. Meetings start promptly at 6:00 p.m. and are held on the 2nd Floor of the Oldsmar Council Chamber, located at 101 State Street West in Oldsmar.


There are five board members and two alternate members.