Welcome to the City of Radcliff! The City of Radcliff is a full-service municipal corporation providing a wide range of services to its citizens.
Your Radcliff Mayor and City Council are dedicated to making Radcliff a better place to live. They comprise an elected body of government responsible for legislation and policy-making for the City.
Together, the Mayor & City Council adopt City ordinances, appoint members to boards and commissions, and approve an annual City budget.
Boards And Commissions
The Planning Commission is composed of six citizen members appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council. Its members do not represent specific interests; instead, they represent the interest of the entire community. The Planning Commission's responsibilities include the following:
- Preparing and updating the Comprehensive Plan
- Preparing and updating the Zoning Ordinance
- Preparing and updating the Subdivision Regulations
- Reviewing proposed site plans and subdivision plans
Planning Commission meetings are held at 5 p.m. on the first Thursday of each month on the second floor of Radcliff City Hall.
The Board of Adjustment is composed of five citizen members appointed by the Mayor and approved by City Council. The Board of Adjustment is created in accordance with Kentucky Revised Statutes. The Board of Adjustment's responsibilities include the following:
- Hearing and deciding applications for conditional use permits
- Hearing and deciding on applications for variances
- Hearing and deciding cases of Administrative review
For more information see Article V, Section 5.9 of the Radcliff Zoning Ordinance.
Board of Adjustment meetings are held at 5:30 p.m. on the second Thursday of each month on the second floor of Radcliff City Hall.
The Code Enforcement Board was established to protect, promote and improve the health, safety and welfare of Radcliff citizens by authorizing the creation of an administrative board with the authority to issue remedial orders and impose fines in order to provide an equitable, expeditious, effective and inexpensive method of insuring compliance with the ordinances enforced in local governments. The ordinances that shall be enforced are those which specifically state that a violation of the ordinance is a civil offense.
Code Enforcement Board meetings are held at 5 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month on the second floor of Radcliff City Hall.
The Forestry and Conservation Board promotes and improves education about and appreciation for our community's natural environment. The Forestry Board oversees the development and maintenance of the Saunders Springs Nature Preserve.
Forestry and Conservation Board meetings are held at 5 p.m. on the third Thursday of each month on the second floor of Radcliff City Hall.