Boards & Commissions

  1. Beautification Committee

    The goal of the committee is to promote beautification throughout the city of American Fork and to be an example to our neighboring communities.

  2. Board of Adjustment

    The Board of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial body appointed to hear and decide special exceptions to the varying zoning and building ordinances set by American Fork City.

  3. Cemetery Committee

  4. Golf Course Committee

  5. Historic Preservation Commission

    The Historic Preservation Commission serves to help the city identify, preserve, protect and enhance historic areas and sites lying within the city limits.

  6. Library Board

    The American Fork Library Board of Directors, i.e. Trustees, is a group of American Fork citizens to whom the public library is entrusted.

  7. Metropolitan Water Boad

  8. Neighborhood Preservation Committee

  9. PARC (Parks, Arts, Recreation Culture) Board

    PARC Program -- funding Parks, Recreation, Culture and Arts in the City of American Fork.

  1. Parks & Recreation Committee

    The Parks and Recreation Committee advises the City Council and city staff with regard to the maintenance, administration, expansion and development of the city’s parks and the city’s park and recreation programs.

  2. Planning Commission

    The Planning Commission meets ever Monday from 1:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. to review site plans, and it meets on the 1st and 3rd Wednesdays of each month.

  3. Senior Citizens Committee

    The Senior Citizens Committee coordinates all meals, activities, classes, membership, trips, and services for the Senior Center.

  4. Steel Days Committee

  5. Storm Water Committee

  6. Water Management and Conservation Committee

  7. Youth Council

    The Youth Council discusses issues in the community, and plan ways we can fix them.

  8. Youth Court / Youth Council

    Access information about the Youth Court and Youth Council.