NEWSBRIEF: Roseville seeking advisory commission applications

The Roseville City Council is seeking applicants for vacancies on several commissions. Commissions serve as voluntary advisory boards to the council.

Commissioners will be appointed to three-year terms that begin April 1 and run through March 31, 2022. For more information on advisory commissions, visit www.cityofroseville.com/commissions.

The deadline for applying is Friday, Feb. 15. Applicants will be interviewed the evening of Feb. 25. For an application, visit www.cityofroseville.com/commapp or call 651-792-7001 and request that an application be mailed to you.

 

Finance Commission — two vacancies

The Finance Commission focuses on the budget process, financial policies, recommendations on funding strategies for the capital improvement plan and budget goals and objectives in such areas as local tax rate and spending targets. The commission meets the second Tuesday of the month.

 

Human Rights, Inclusion and Engagement Commission — one vacancy

The HRIEC encourages participation in the affairs of the city and advises the council on programs and efforts that could improve civic engagement and community relations, and human rights. It advises the council regarding the effective and meaningful involvement of Roseville residents in local government, and proposes activities to increase understanding, engagement and inclusion. It meets the third Wednesday of the month.

 

Parks and Recreation Commission — three vacancies

The Parks and Recreation Commission provides for citizen input concerning parks and recreation facilities, programs, needs and concerns. The commission identifies areas that may require action or change to promote a safe and responsive parks and recreation program. The commission meets the first Tuesday of the month.

 

Planning Commission — three vacancies

The Planning Commission provides a forum for input into specific planning applications and development plans and policies. The commission identifies significant issues and makes recommendations to the city council. It meets the first Wednesday of the month.

 

Public Works, Environment and Transportation Commission — one vacancy

The Public Works, Environment and Transportation Commission advises the council on public works, environmental and transportation matters. The commission maintains an interest in and an understanding of the Public Works Department and federal, state, county, regional and other services that impact the city’s public works functions. It meets the fourth Tuesday of the month.

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