Scottsdale seeks board and commission applications for new terms
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Did you know that you can help Scottsdale City Council appoint the best qualified people to become full-time city judges, evaluate their performances and advise on who to retain?
That’s right, there are two citizen member positions available on the Judicial Appointment Advisory Board and are open to Scottsdale residents who are not judges in any official capacity, retired judges or members of the State Bar of Arizona.
Scottsdale has several other openings on various boards and commissions. Residents wishing to volunteer their time are welcome to apply:
- Board of Adjustment (2 openings)
- Development Review Board (3 openings)
- Environmental Advisory Commission (1 opening)
- McDowell Sonoran Preserve Commission (1 opening)
- Neighborhood Advisory Commission (1 opening)
- Tourism Development Commission (1 Scottsdale Hotelier position opening)
- Transportation Commission (1 opening)
Information about the functions of these boards and commissions can be found at the municipal website HERE, search “Boards and Commissions.”
Interested applicants must submit an online application by Tuesday, Oct. 31. Submitted applications are valid for 1 year.
City Council will review materials and nominate candidates from the applicant pool in November, with interviews and appointments scheduled to take place in December.
All board and commission members are required to comply with the city’s Ethics Code and attend a training session before officially beginning their term.