The city of Avondale is recruiting residents to serve on several of the city’s boards, commissions and committees where they can offer advice and guidance on critical city policy issues.
The city is accepting applications through Oct. 19 for some of the city’s over boards and commissions that are made up of community members. Members, who are appointed by the City Council, serve three-year terms with a maximum of two terms on any one board, commission or committee, according to a press release.
“Each group provides invaluable input on issues that affect daily life in Avondale,” the city said in the release. “Whether your interests are in parks and recreation programs, or ensuring that the city enhances its sustainability, or the city's public art program, there is an opportunity for you to make a difference.”
Community members are being sought for the city’s Board of Adjustment; Energy, Environment and Natural Resources; Municipal Art Committee; Neighborhood and Family Services Committee; Planning Commission; Parks, Recreation and Libraries; Capital Improvement Plan Citizens Committee; Correction Officers Retirement Pension Board; Industrial Development Authority; Judicial Advisory Board; Municipal Development Corporation; Public Safety Retirement Pension Board; and the Risk Management Trust Fund Board.
To apply or for more information, visit avondaleaz.gov/government/boards-commissions-and-committees or call the Avondale City Clerk’s Department at 623-333-1214.