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The following Boards & Commissions play an active role in shaping the Town of Cheverly. Click through for information.

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The Board of Elections is responsible for certification of candidates for town elections. They have the power to make and publish regulations regarding the conduct of such functions. The board shall act as judge and arbiter of all disputes and controversies arising from the administration of the town election laws. To assist them, the council shall appoint the necessary number of judges and clerks annually in January.
Meets as needed at Town Hall
The Building Usage Committee facilitates the scheduling of activities to be held in the Cheverly town building, especially in the Gym.
Meets every September for the annual allocation meeting at Town Hall
The Ethics Commission processes and makes determinations as to complaints alleging violations of the provisions of Article 40A of the Annotated Code of the State of Maryland following the Ethics Commission Guidelines ratified by the Council.
Meets as needed at Town Hall
The Planning Board serves in an advisory role to The Council on various projects related to planning and development and other planning related matters affecting the Town of Cheverly that come before The Council. The Board also actively makes recommendations to The Council for planning and development matters that positively impact the citizens of Cheverly.
Meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:30pm at Town Hall
The Property Maintenance Review Board hears grievances regarding the application of the property maintenance code to a particular property unless a municipal infraction has been issued.
Meets as needed at Town Hall
The purpose of the Recreation Council is to develop a well-rounded recreation program, coordinate among all governmental agencies & community organizations interested in recreation; and to encourage, evaluate, publicize, assist, initiate, and conduct year-round programs of recreation for all age groups.
Meets every month.
The purpose of the Redistricting Commission is to develop a redistricting plan for the Town of Cheverly that will ensure the Ward boundaries of Cheverly conform to the official Census statistics and to comply fully with relevant law as to equitable apportionment of residents in each ward, and submit a recommendation to the Mayor and Council.
Meets as needed at Town Hall
This important citizen's group assists the Police Department by co-sponsoring Cheverlyís National Night Out, is typically the conduit through which important crime and crime prevention materials are dispersed throughout the town, and also serves to bring neighborhood problems directly to the attention of the Chief of Police.

This commission prepares an annual report of the condtion of the urban forest, oversees the preparation of the master tree plan and recommends actions the Mayor and Council may wish to take to protect and promote the urban forest.
This committee serves to implement the recommendations of the Cheverly Green Infrastructure Plan as approved by the Town Council. The Cheverly Green Infrastructure Plan aims to preserve, restore, and sustain the natural environment of Cheverly and surrounding areas as intact and healthy ecosystems, through a community participatory process, balancing the fulfillment of human needs and protection of the natural environment.
For a complete, current list of group and committee members, visit the Green Infrastructure Committee page.  

Cheverly Executive Offices:   6401 Forest Road, Cheverly, MD 20785
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