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Several boards and commissions seek to fill openings

Posted on 05/12/2020
Several boards and commissions seek to fill openings

As Weld County Government has gradually reopened, advisory boards and commissions are seeking residents to fill many different openings. There are currently openings on the Board of Public Health, Building Trades Advisory Committee, Child Protection Citizen Review Panel, Juvenile Community Review Board, Planning Commission, Weld County Building Code Board of Appeals and Weld Faith Partnership Council.

Each board and commission opening has a different focus and caters to a different interest. While some positions require experience or a knowledge in a particular field, one trait consistently looked for in applicants is an individual who is eager to offer ideas and solutions to strengthen services provided by Weld County Government.

“Citizen involvement is key to improving the many services we provide,” Weld County Commissioner Chair Mike Freeman said. “Volunteering on a board or commission is a great way to learn more about those services and provide your input on the ways they can be improved to better meet your needs and the needs of fellow residents.”

Volunteers can also look forward to expanding their personal and professional networks as they will work with others throughout the county and alongside county staff to not only improve services but also gain a greater understanding of how county government operates. With new knowledge gained, residents can serve as advocates for different services to friends, family and those in the community, allowing more people the opportunity to utilize many useful services.

Kick off the spring by taking advantage of unique and valuable volunteer opportunities! Find specific information about each board and commission opening at Applications will be accepted through May 26. For questions or more information, contact Karla Ford at (970) 336-7204 or by emailing