Vacancies and Applications
| Application Process Boards, Commissions & Committees
The annual recruitment for open positions for adult members on boards, commissions and committees (commissions) begins in September. The annual recruitment for student members begins in February. Applications are accepted throughout the year for all commissions. Applications remain active for one year and applicants are contacted if there is an unscheduled vacancy on the commission to which they applied and a mid year recruitment is held.
Before You Apply
Complete a separate application for each commission you wish to join:
|Arts & Culture Commission
Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Committee
Building Board of Appeals
Community & Senior Services Commission
General Plan Committee
Historic Preservation Committee
Planning Commission+Case Study
Transportation and Parking Commission
If Appointed, You Should Expect to...
Attend all meetings of the board/commission/committee that you are appointed to. Any member of an appointive Town Advisory Body who is absent from the number of regular meetings listed below appropriate to his or her Advisory Body shall, as a result, surrender his or her office on the Advisory Body and the office shall be considered vacant (Resolution 2011-012).
a. For an Advisory Body which holds six (6) or more regular meetings per a consecutive twelve (12) month period: three (3) regular meetings.
Spend time before each meeting reading the packet of information provided to you, and come to each meeting prepared to participate fully in all items on the agenda.
Fill out a Fair Political Practices Commission Statement of Economic Interests form each year, disclosing as public record any potential conflicts of interest you may have in discharging your duties.
Serve a term ranging from two to four years, depending on the commission. If you are appointed to fill an unexpired vacancy, you will serve the time remaining for the vacancy.
Participate in your local government process in a meaningful way, and make a lasting positive difference in your community.