|Current Members||Term Ends|
|Bill Goodman||On-Going until Resignation|
|Janet Clark||On-Going until Resignation|
|Julia Pierrottet||On-Going until Resignation|
|Russell Skelton||On-Going until Resignation|
|Mark Norley||On-Going until Resignation|
|John Hinchey||On-Going until Resignation|
|David Koel||On-Going until Resignation|
Kalispell Municipal Code, Section 27.21.020, Architectural Review.
Encourage originality, flexibility and innovation in site planning and development, including the architecture, landscaping and graphic design of said development; discourage monotonous, drab, unsightly, dreary and inharmonious development; conserve the Redevelopment Area's natural beauty and visual character and charm by insuring that structures, signs and other improvements are properly related to their sites, and to surrounding sites and structures, with due regard to the aesthetic qualities of the natural terrain and landscaping, and that proper attention is given to exterior appearances of structures, signs, and other improvements; protect and enhance the city's appeal to tourists and visitors and thus support and stimulate business and industry and promote the desirability of investment and occupancy in business, commercial and industrial properties, etc.
The Architectural Review Committee shall consist of at least five persons of the following qualifications: One individual specially qualified by reason of education, training or experience in the financing of commercial real property; two individuals actively engaged in business, commerce or industry; and two individuals who shall either be architects, landscape architects, or specially qualified by reason of education, training or experience in the area of graphic or allied arts.
Appointments are ongoing until resignation.
Whenever possible, the Mayor shall appoint individuals who are either property owners, residents or actively engaged in business or employment in the Redevelopment Area of the City of Kalispell.
Contact the Planning department.