Nine City boards and commissions have openings for appointments this spring. The City seeks applicants with a diversity of backgrounds and experiences representing the demographics of Minneapolis to strengthen the work of the City. Translation and interpreting services are available so all residents can participate.
City boards and commissions have brought forward recommendations that resulted in renter protections, wage protections and a ban on a hazardous chemical in dry cleaning. Board and commission members in the City of Minneapolis help shape key policy decisions, give community-based input into the City’s administration of services and supply valuable insights.
People can apply online for open position and stay up to date on vacancies, position descriptions and timelines. Applications are open now.
The positions are open until filled; application review begins April 30. These nine City boards and commissions have 91 open positions:
- Animal Care and Control Advisory Board.
- Bicycle Advisory Committee.
- Pedestrian Advisory Committee.
- Public Health Advisory Committee.
- Minneapolis Arts Commission.
- Southside Green Zone Council.
- Racial Equity Community Advisory Committee.
- Upper Harbor Terminal Collaborative Planning Committee.
- Workforce Development.
Boards, commissions and advisory committees
The City of Minneapolis has more than 50 volunteer-based boards, commissions and advisory committees that advise the City on issues and help develop policy and administer services. Boards and commissions fall into a handful of categories: appeal boards, development boards, general advisory boards and special service districts (defined areas within the city with special services).
Appointments to boards and commissions are made twice a year: in the spring and fall.