The City Council is currently accepting applications through Wednesday, Nov. 23, for the following boards:
- Historic Landmark Board (2 positions)
- Human Services Board (1 position)
- Inclusivity Board (2 alternates)
- Building and Fire Code Update Task Force (3-9 positions)
Please view more information about each board.
Interviews will take place on Saturday, Dec. 3, and appointees would begin their terms on Jan. 1, 2017.
Apply for Historic Landmark Board, Human Services Board or Inclusivity Board
Apply for the Building and Fire Code Update Task Force
NOTE: When using the online form button below to apply, please be sure all information is filled out correctly. Once it is, a "Finish" button will appear at the bottom of the screen. Once you click on "Finish" it submits electronically to the city. You can then save or print a copy of the application for your records.
Interested citizens must be a Westminster resident for at least one year prior to submitting their application, must be a registered voter and must remain a Westminster resident during their term of appointment. Citizens need to complete a standard application form, indicating their top three preferences for the boards and commissions they wish to join.
After the deadline for submitting applications, City Council will interview each applicant. Each applicant's name will be listed within the "pool" of available individuals, and as vacancies occur on the various boards and commissions, each applicant listed will be considered.
All board members serve without compensation. All board and commission meetings are held during evening hours. Terms of office are two years or less.
Westminster City Charter requires applicants for appointment to a board or commission to submit an affidavit indicating whether they have been convicted of a felony under the laws of Colorado or in another jurisdiction. The report of a felony shall include the type of offense and may include the circumstances and any evidence of rehabilitation. Each applicant shall also give written permission for a criminal background investigation, with the report filed with the city clerk. The city clerk shall maintain the report in a file available to the public.
For more information, contact City Clerk Michelle Parker at firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-658-2161.