- Boards & Commissions M - Z
Boards & Commissions M - Z
Malden Housing Authority
The Malden Housing Authority administers a variety of state and federal housing programs designed to assist low and moderate income residents, as well as the community's senior and disabled populations.
Municipal Building Committee - City Hall
The Municipal Building Committee oversees the planning and construction of the new City Hall.
Municipal Building Committee - Police Station
The Municipal Building Committee oversees the planning and construction of the police station.
Mystic Valley Development Commission
The Mystic Valley Development Commission oversees the River's Edge project (formerly Telecom City) and its designated developers.
The Planning Board is the primary special permit granting authority under the City's zoning ordinance (land use regulations).
Public Works Commission
The 3-member commission provides general oversight and makes policy relative to the placement, care and maintenance of City streets, sidewalks, trees, parks and playgrounds.
Racial Equity Commission
Redevelopment Authority Board
Created by state statute, the http://www.maldenredevelopment.com, a quasi-public agency, was established on October 8, 1958.
The Malden Retirement Board has approximately 1,500 members of whom 860 are active members and the remaining 640 are retired members.
The Scholarship Committee was founded in 1997 by then Councillor-at-Large Joan Chiasson.
Sign Design Review Committee
The City of Malden regulates signs in Malden through the Sign Control Ordinance (R.O. 1991 Section 3.35) to ensure signs are appropriate for their respective uses, keep with the appearance of the affected property and surrounding environment, and are protective of the public health, safety, and general welfare.
Stadium and Athletic Field Commission
The Stadium and Athletic Field Commission is responsible for the scheduling, maintenance and any major field decisions regarding Macdonald Stadium.
The Traffic Commission as directed by the Chief of Police, promotes vehicular and public safety in the City through the adoption of parking regulations and issues penalties for parking violations.
The City of Malden as adopted a 25 MPH speed limit unless otherwise posted.