City Council Advisory Committee

On September 1st, 2020, the Hesperia City Council voted to combine the Public Safety Advisory Committee (PSAC) and with the City Council Advisory Committee (CCAC) to best utilize the time and talents of committee volunteers. For more information, please view Resolution 2020-61

COVID-19 Planning Commission Meeting Notice

In accordance with new community guidelines from the Center for Disease Control to avoid gatherings of more than 10 persons, the City of Hesperia will allow for remote participation in upcoming City Council Advisory meetings until further notice. 


  • 6:00 pm at City Hall
  • Meetings are held on 2nd Wednesday of every quarter (January, April, July and October)
  • City Council Liaison is Council Member Bennington


Agendas are available prior to meetings here: Most Recent Agenda | Archive

Committee Members

NameDate AppointedTerm Expires
Ken Price
August 24, 2021
Robert Stine*January 6, 20152022
Don BartzDecember 3, 20192022
Rudy Rodriguez**December 3, 20192022
Earl Hodson VSeptember 17, 20192024

*Chair **Vice-Chair


The City Council Advisory Committee is an advisory resource to the City Council. At the discretion of the City Council, the Advisory Committee shall review the Capital Improvement Project Plan (CIP) including:

  • The recommendation of streets on the annual road paving list 
  • Water and sewer capital expenditures 
  • Traffic flow 
  • Signage 
  • Public safety services including contract performance / costs 
  • Possible expansion of public safety program services and franchised service providers to ensure top quality service and public trust 

The Committee will also review economic development programs and trends to provide recommendations for the economic enhancement of Hesperia, review housing programs and provide recommendations to the Council regarding the use of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) funds and other applicable financing programs. The City Council Advisory Committee serves as the Board of Appeals for Fire and Building Safety. The Advisory Committee can also perform other duties assigned by the City Council. 


Applicants must reside within the City of Hesperia and be a United States Citizen as verified by current voter registration with the County Elections Office. For consideration, please submit an online application.  Paper applications are also available and can be submitted to the City Clerk's Office by mail or email.

There are currently no vacancies for this committee.