The City Needs Civic-Minded Volunteers today!
BOULDER CITY – City leaders are looking for residents who are interested in serving the community through appointment to various committees. Any Boulder City resident may apply by completing an application form found at www.bcnv.org/volunteer. Boards and committees include:
Airport Advisory Committee - The Airport Advisory Committee advises City Council and the City Manager on matters concerning the Master Plan.
Allotment Committee - The Allotment Committee was created by the Growth Control Ordinance.
Charter Commission - Advises City Council on all matters affecting the Charter of Boulder City, Nevada, including amendments. Charter Commission members serve three year terms.
Civil Service Commission - The Civil Service Commission prepares and adopts rules and regulations to govern the selection and appointment of all employees.
Combined Board of Appeals - Members of the Combined Board of Appeals serve four year terms.
Golf Course Green Committee - The Golf Course Green Committee advises on matters concerning the Boulder City Golf Course.
Historic Preservation Committee - The Historic Preservation Committee advises the Planning Commission and City Council to aid property owners in maintaining and enhancing the worthwhile historical resources of Boulder City.
Parks & Recreation Commission - The Parks and Recreation Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council, Planning Commission, City Manager and Parks and Recreation Director. Members meet every other month.
Planning Commission - This committee conducts public hearings and makes determinations on matters pertaining to the Zoning Ordinance.
“Volunteers are the eyes, ears, and heart of our community. Without their active engagement, our City couldn’t function properly. Those who serve on the City’s advisory committees help to keep our Council well-informed and in touch with the pulse of our citizens,” said Boulder City Mayor Rod Woodbury. “We rely on them to help us make important policy decision. I express my deep appreciation to each and every volunteer who serves in these and other capacities throughout our community.”
In addition to these roles, the City Clerk’s office is looking for a volunteer willing to take on a complex data entry project. For more information, call 702.293.9208.