The planning commission shall have the powers and duties set forth in the Utah Municipal Land Use Development and Management Act, or its successor provisions, and city law. These powers and duties include:
   A.   Adopt General Plan: After holding required public hearings, preparing and recommending a general plan and amendments to it to the city council.
   B.   Zoning Ordinance And Other Land Use Regulations: Recommending to the city council zoning ordinances and maps and amendments thereto, as well as other land use regulations, as appropriate.
   C.   Administer Land Use: Administering the provisions of title 13 and the other land use titles of this code, or its successor, as provided by law.
   D.   Advise City Council: Recommending to the city council subdivision ordinances, regulations and amendments thereto, as appropriate. Also, advise the city council on land use, real property transactions, street closure and other matters, as the city council may direct or request.
   E.   Review Plats And Development Proposals: Approving or denying subdivision plats, commercial development site plans and other developments, in accordance with the development standards established by the city or otherwise provided by law.
   F.   Conditional Use Permits: Hearing or deciding any matters that the city council by ordinance designates, including recommendations to approve or deny conditional use permits, in accordance with the provisions of city law 1 .
   G.   Administer Oaths; Witnesses: The chairperson or, in the absence of the chairperson, the acting chairperson may administer oaths and compel the attendance of witnesses, as authorized by law and in Utah Code Annotated section 10-9a-302, or any successor provision.
   H.   Miscellaneous Functions: Exercising any other powers that are necessary to enable it to perform its functions in accordance with the provisions of city or state law, or which are lawfully delegated to it by the city council. (2001 Code § 2-6-1402; Ord. 19-16, 4-10-2019, Effective at 12 noon on January 6, 2020; Ord. 20-38, 9-30-2020) on may adopt policies and procedures for its own organization, the transaction of business and for conducting its meetings. (2001 Code § 2-6-1409)



1. See title 13, chapter 7, article E of this code.