City seeks applicants for boards and commissions
The City is seeking applicants with diverse backgrounds and experiences to serve on its boards and commissions and help shape key policy decisions and provide input about City services.
Currently, there are 87 vacancies among these boards and commissions:
- Arts Commission
- Bassett Creek Watershed Management
- Board of Appeal and Equalization
- Capital Long Range Improvements Committee
- Civilian Police Review Authority
- Civil Rights Commission
- Disabilities Advisory Committee
- Ethics Advisory Board
- Heritage Preservation Commission
- Housing Board of Appeals
- Minneapolis Telecommunications Network
- Planning Commission
- Public Health Advisory Committee.
- Public Housing Authority
- Senior Citizen Advisory Committee
- Shingle Creek Watershed Management
- Zoning Board of Adjustment
City employees who live in Minneapolis are welcome to apply for these volunteer positions. Employees are also asked to encourage people they know to apply. Applications will be reviewed beginning September 30, and the City Council and Mayor may begin making appointments later this fall.
For more information about these openings and the application process, visit Boards & Commissions.
The City of Minneapolis has more than 50 volunteer-based boards, commissions and committees that advise the City on issues and help with policy development and administration of services.
Aug. 31, 2011
Published Aug. 31, 2011