Boards and Commissions


Five boards and commissions make recommendations to the Governing Body on key issues. Each of these groups is comprised of community volunteers who readily give their time and expertise to help improve our city. Members are appointed by the Mayor with the consent of the City Council.
The City also appoints two members to the Spring Hill Recreation Commission board. The Spring Hill Recreation Commission is funded by tax dollars paid by property owners within the Spring Hill School District. This area encompasses portions of Johnson and Miami counties. The commission is governed by a five-member volunteer board. Two are appointed by the City of Spring Hill; two are appointed by the Spring Hill School District; and one serves at large. They meet on a monthly basis to oversee the commission's operations and staff. A representative from the school board and city council serve as non-voting members. 

The City also maintained an Arts Council until Feb. 26, 2015, when an ordinance was passed abolishing the Arts Council after the organization received its 501(C)3 designation. The Council continues to support arts in our community as an independent group. The Public Safety Advisory Board was also disbanded in early 2019. 

Accepting applications for Boards until 5 p.m., Sept. 11, 2020


The City of Spring Hill is accepting applications for the following boards:

Board of Zoning Appeals
(one seat)
Reside in City Limits June 2023 (1)
Cemetery Board
(three seats)
Either a resident of U.S.D. 230 or
own one or more cemetery burial lots
Feb 2023 (2)
Feb 2022 (1)
Parks Advisory Board
(one seat)
 Majority of members must reside in City Limits Feb 2023 (1) 
Planning Commission
(three seats)
Reside in City Limits (two seats)
Miami County Representative (one seat)
   - (Reside in Miami County within 3-miles of the City Limits.)
Feb 2023 (2)
Feb 2023 (1)
Recreation Commission
(one seat)
Reside in City Limits June 2024 (1)

Applications must be received at City Hall, Attn: City Clerk, 401 N. Madison, P. O. Box 424, Spring Hill, KS, 66083, by 5 p.m., Sept. 11, 2020. You may also email your application to, Subject Line – Board Application. Those who submitted an application earlier this year have been notified and are still being considered for a board position. If you have any questions, please contact the City Clerk at (913) 592-3664.

The City of Spring Hill is always looking for dedicated residents who care about their community's future to serve on our boards and commissions. Interested applicants must submit this application to City Hall, Attn: City Clerk, 401 N. Madison St., P.O. Box 424, Spring Hill, KS 66083.