City of Prescott Seeks New Applications for Multiple Boards, Committees and Commissions

The City of Prescott is currently seeking applications for the following Boards, Committees and Commissions:

Board, Committee, Commission Term Number of Vacancies Must Be a Prescott Resident
Acker Trust Board 03/2022-03/2024 5 NO
Art in Public Places Committee 03/2022-03/2024 5 NO
Board of Adjustment 03/2022-03/2025 3 YES
CDBG Citizens Advisory Committee 03/2022-03/2024 7 NO
Fire Board of Appeals 03/2022-03/2024 3 YES
Industrial Development Authority 03/2022-03/2024 2 YES
Library Advisory Board 03/2022-03/2024 7 NO
Parks & Recreation Advisory Board 03/2022-03/2024 5 NO
Planning & Zoning Commission 03/2022-03/2026 4 YES
Prescott Preservation Commission 03/2022-03/2025 3 YES
Public Safety Personnel Retirement System – Police 03/2022-03/2026 1 YES
Public Safety Personnel Retirement System – Fire 03/2022-03/2026 1 YES
Tourism Advisory Committee 03/2022-03/2025 5 NO

Boards, commissions and committees provide opportunities for citizens to take an active role in their local government.  Members are appointed by the City Council upon recommendation from the Council Subcommittee on Appointments following review of applications.

Applications are due to the city by 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday, January 14, 2022.

For more information on the groups, visit the City’s website at City of Prescott Boards & Commissions Vacancies or contact the City Clerk’s Office at 928-777-1272.

 

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1 thought on “City of Prescott Seeks New Applications for Multiple Boards, Committees and Commissions”

  1. Hopefully Mayor Phil Goode will able to seat reasonable people on the committees. In the process, key council people who interview candidates for committee positions carefully “weed out” those known to be in opposition to the ruling class in power; namely the policies of the mayor and his/her policy makers. By this process I and a friend were kept of the P & Z committee in Prescott Valley (twice).

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