Boards and Commissions
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Mark your calendar for the group interview dates !
Wednesday, March 4, 5-9:30 p.m. and Thursday, March 5, 5-9:30 p.m.
Boards and Commissions Orientation - Thursday, April 16, 4-5 PM
For new members and a refresher for existing board members.
Questions? Call the Deputy City Clerk at (303) 441-3008 for questions regarding the recruitment process and call the staff liaison listed on the application for any questions about the board.
Four boards have been re-opened to accept applications
2020 Re-Opened Boards and Commission Applications for Select Boards
Applicants generally are residents (see the qualifications for each board) who reside within the city limits of the City of Boulder for at least one year prior to applying and be at least 18 years of age. Some boards have additional requirements. You do not need to be a resident to apply as a property owner or representative, you will need to include a letter from the property owner stating that you have permission to represent the property.
- Boulder Junction - Parking Commission
Appoint a resident to a 5-year term
Appoint a property owner or representative to a 2-year term
- Design Advisory Board
Appoint a design professional to a 5-year term
- Downtown Management Commission
Appoint a property owner or representative to a 5-year term
- Landmarks Board
Appoint an architect/planner to a 5-year term.
Watch Board and Commission Meetings
Volunteer for a board or commission and be apart of the conversation to shape the future of Boulder. Apply online at: http://www.BoulderColorado.gov/Boards-Commissions
Volunteer for a Boards or Commissions and be a part of the conversation to shape the future of Boulder. Visit: BoulderColorado.gov/Boards-Commissions