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Landmarks Board Design Review Committee (from COB Historic Preservation Plan, https://www-static.bouldercolorado.gov/docs/historic-preservation-plan-1-201311120831.pdf)

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Serving on a city board or commission is one way to give back to your community and participate in some tough, but critical, decision making. The city needs your expertise, your perspective 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 2015 annual recruitment period will close on Thursday February 12 at 5:00 p.m. Application information is available on the city’s website. The city is recruiting residents for the following boards and commissions:

  • Arts Commission (Resident)
  • Beverages Licensing Authority (Resident)
  • Board of Zoning Adjustments (BOZA) (Resident)
  • Boulder Design Advisory Board (BDAB) (2 Design Professionals)
  • Boulder Junction Access District Parking Commission (Resident)
  • Boulder Junction Access District TDM Commission (Resident)
  • Boulder Urban Renewal Authority (2 Residents)
  • Chautauqua Association (Resident)
  • Downtown Management Commission (Property Owner or Representative)
  • Environmental Advisory Board (Resident)
  • Housing Authority (Resident)
  • Human Relations Commission (Resident)
  • Landmarks Board (Architect or Planner)
  • Library Commission (Resident)
  • Open Space Board of Trustees (Resident)
  • Parks & Recreation Advisory Board (2 Residents)
  • Planning Board (Resident)
  • Transportation Advisory Board (TAB) (Resident)
  • University Hill Commercial Area Management Commission (Resident)
  • Water Resources Advisory Board (WRAB) (Resident)

Good luck!

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