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Eight boards and commissions have openings

Posted on 02/07/2020
Eight boards and commissions have openings

It’s a new year, and there are many new opportunities for residents to help county government services by volunteering on a board or commission. There are openings on the Building Trades Advisory Committee, Juvenile Community Review Board, Planning Commission, Weld County Building Code Board of Appeals, Weld Faith Partnership Council, Workforce Development Board, Island Grove Park Advisory Board and Child Protection Citizen Review Panel.

While each advisory board and commission differs in its individual focus and objective, each is designed to ensure services provided by Weld County Government continue to meet residents’ needs and expectations. By volunteering, board and commission members will have an opportunity to learn more about these services and provide feedback on how they can be improved to have the greatest benefit.

“Having county services that are continually responsive to our residents’ needs is important,” Weld County Chair Mike Freeman said. “Serving on a board or commission is a unique way to provide us with feedback which can be used to strengthen the services our residents depend on every day."

The benefit to serving on a board or commission doesn’t end with giving feedback. There will be chances to meet new people and network! Boards and commissions consist of individuals from throughout Weld County who each bring their own experience and perspective on how to improve county government. The knowledge gained by volunteering can also be used to advocate for services to others throughout the county.

Information about each board and commission opening can be found by visiting, https://tinyurl.com/WCBoardsCommissions-openings. Applications will be accepted through February 20. For questions or more information, please contact Karla Ford at (970) 336-7204 or by emailing kford@weldgov.com.