The City Council appoints a number of citizen committees, boards, and commissions that serve as advisory bodies to the City Council. These bodies play an essential role in the governance of our city and provide the City Council with important input. Committee, board, and commission members serve four-year terms (a maximum of two terms) and may only serve on one committee, board, and commission at a time. If you are interested in serving on a committee, board, or commission, you can download a pdf version of the application, or contact Julie Toledo at (714) 536-5577, or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Each year in December, as required by the State Maddy Act, the City Council approves a list of all those board, commission, and committee members whose terms will expire during the coming year. (Huntington Beach Municipal Code limits membership on its boards, commissions, and committees to two--four year terms.) Terms expiring in 2016, can be found in the Maddy Act Local Appointments List - 2017. A list of unscheduled vacancies can be found in Notice of Vacancy Forms.
In order to assist you in selecting a citizen body that would be compatible with the city's needs as well as your interests and qualifications, a brief description of the responsibilities and/or authority delegated to each body is provided below. Click on a board to learn more about its purpose:
Volunteers are an integral part of the city programs offered to local citizens. Without the donation of dedicated volunteer service, many activities now provided would not be available. Below is a list of different volunteer opportunities as the Council on Aging with the City. You must be 16 years of age or older to participate.
The Huntington Beach Fire Department charges for emergency medical services and ambulance transportation. However, residents can join the FireMed Program and protect their out-of-pocket costs! Read more about the FireMed Program.