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Now Boarding, 2014 Edition


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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. The city and county need your expertise, your compass and your dedication to the community. Please consider applying for one of the volunteer positions listed below.  You won’t regret it.

For the City of Boulder, the 2014 annual recruitment period opened January 2 and will close on February 13.  Application information is available on the city’s website.  The city is recruiting residents for the following boards and commissions:

  • Arts Commission (Citizen at Large)
  • Beverages Licensing Authority (Citizen at Large)
  • Board of Zoning Adjustments (BOZA) (Citizen at Large)
  • Boulder Design Advisory Board (BDAB) (Citizen at Large)
  • Boulder Junction Access District Parking Commission (One Citizen at Large and One Property Owner/Representative)
  • Boulder Junction Access District TDM Commission (One Citizen at Large and One Property Owner/Representative)
  • Boulder Urban Renewal Authority (Two Citizens at Large)
  • Downtown Management Commission (Property Owner/Representative)
  • Environmental Advisory Board (Citizen at Large)
  • Housing Authority (Two Citizens at Large)
  • Human Relations Commission (Citizen at Large)
  • Landmarks Board (Citizen at Large)
  • Library Commission (Citizen at Large)
  • Open Space Board of Trustees (Citizen at Large)
  • Parks & Recreation Advisory Board (Citizen at Large)
  • Planning Board (Three Citizens at Large)
  • Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) (Citizen at Large)
  • University Hill Commercial Area Management Commission (Three Property Owners/Representatives)
  • Water Resources Advisory Board (WRAB) (Citizen at Large)

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 Boards and Commissions page of the Boulder County website. For all the vacancies except the Subdivision Paving Local Improvement District Advisory Committee, the deadline to submit applications is January 31.  The following county boards and commissions have open positions:

  • Adult Protection Review Team [Community Representative (5)]
  • Aging Advisory Council [Member at Large (3), Allenspark Representative (1), Lafayette Representative (1), Niwot Representative (1)]
  • Board of Adjustment [Member at Large (1)]
  • Board of Health [Member at Large (1)]
  • Board of Review [Member at Large (1)]
  • Citizen Review Panel [Member at Large (1)]
  • Community Action Programs Administering Board [Public Sector (4), Private Sector (2), Low-income (2)]
  • Community Corrections Board [Member at Large (5)]
  • Core Services Board [Attorney (1), Court Representative (1), Foster Parent (1), Law Enforcement Agency (1), Non-Residential Agency (1), Physician/Health Care (1), Residential Child Care Facility (1)]
  • Cultural Council [Member at Large (1)]
  • Eldorado Springs LID Advisory Committee [Member at Large (2)]
  • Extension Advisory Committee [Member at Large (5)]
  • Fire Code Review Committee [Member at Large (3)]
  • Food and Agricultural Policy Council [Agriculture (1), Business/Retail (2), Member at Large (1)]
  • Historic Preservation Advisory Board [Engineer/Architect (1), Member at Large (1), Mining (1)]
  • Housing and Human Services Advisory Committee [Member at Large (1)]
  • Mosquito Control Advisory Board [Member at Large (4)]
  • Nederland EcoPass Public Improvement District Advisory Committee [Member at Large (4), Town of Nederland Representative (1)]
  • Niwot LID Advisory Committee [Business (1), Niwot Resident (1)]
  • Parks and Open Space Advisory Committee [Member at Large (3)]
  • Planning Commission [Member at Large (3)]
  • Resource Conservation Advisory Board [Member at Large (4), CU Recycling Services (1), Eco-Cycle (1), Erie (1)]
  • Subdivision Paving Local Improvement District Advisory Committee [Member at Large (7)]  Application deadline is January 13, 2014
  • Ten Year Plan to End Homelessness Advisory Board [Business Community (2), Faith Community (2), Former Client (1), Service Provider (4)]
  • WorkForce Development Board [Community Based, Education Sector, Labor Rep, Private Sector]
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