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Serving on a city or county board or commission is one way to give back to your community and participate in some tough decision making.

For the City of Boulder, the 2012 annual recruitment period opened January 4 and will close on February 16.  Application information is available on the city’s website.  The city is recruiting residents for the following boards and commissions:

  • Arts Commission
  • Beverage Licensing Authority
  • Board of Zoning Adjustment
  • Boulder Design Advisory Board
  • Boulder Urban Renewal Authority
  • Colorado Chautauqua Association
  • Downtown Management Commission
  • Environmental Advisory Board
  • Housing Authority
  • Human Relations Commission
  • Landmarks Board
  • Library Commission
  • Open Space Board of Trustees
  • Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
  • Planning Board
  • Transportation Advisory Board
  • University Hill Commercial Area Management Commission
  • Water Resources Advisory Board

Boulder County is also recruiting residents for positions on advisory boards and commissions.  To view descriptions of the various boards and commissions or to download an application, visit the Advisory Boards and Commissions page of the Boulder County website. The deadline to submit applications is 4:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 31.  For more information, call the Boulder County Commissioners’ Office at 303-441-1688.  The following county boards and commissions have open positions:

  • Adult Protection Review Team
  • Aging Advisory Council
  • Board of Adjustment
  • Board of Health
  • Board of Review
  • Citizen Review Panel
  • Community Action Programs Administering Board
  • Community Corrections Board
  • Core Services Board
  • Eldorado Springs LID Advisory Committee
  • Extension Advisory Committee
  • Fire Code Review Committee
  • Historic Preservation Advisory Board
  • Mosquito Control Advisory Board
  • Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee
  • Planning Commission
  • Resource Conservation Advisory Board
  • WorkForce Development Board
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