Getting involved in the Town is a great way to give back to our wonderful community and meet new friends. The following Town Boards and Commissions have vacancies for which volunteers are needed:
Quality of Life Commission - The Quality of Life Commission was established to promote sustainability by defining and enhancing opportunities for sustainable practices in San Anselmo, to secure a high quality of life for San Anselmo residents within the means of nature by simultaneously meeting environmental, economic and community needs. The Commission consists of seven members and meets regularly on the third Monday in the Historical Museum. There are five seats available.
Parks & Recreation Commission - The Commission advises the Council and the Parks & Recreation staff on the planning of the recreation activities, the development of Town parks and management of public lands. The Commission consists of seven members and meets regularly on the third Tuesday of every month at 7:00 p.m. in the Town Hall Council Chambers. There is one seat available.
Library Parcel Tax Oversight Committee - The purpose of the oversight committee is to ensure transparency and accountability to the voters by reviewing the collection and expenditure of Library tax revenues. There are three seats available for terms of three years. The group meets twice a year to review the library budget. There is one seat available.
The Town Council is seeking a volunteer to serve as San Anselmo’s representative to the Marin Commission on Aging. The Commission acts as an advocacy group for the interests and needs of the County’s older population, and serves as an advisory council to the County Board of Supervisors. The 21 – member Commission is comprised by representatives from cities and unincorporated areas of the County. The Commission meets the second Thursday of the month from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Marin Commission on Aging -
Capital Program Monitoring Committee
- The Town Council is looking for volunteers to serve on the Capital Program Monitoring Committee. The purpose of the committee is to monitor the implementation of the Town’s capital improvement program, funded by the voter-approved Measure D one-half cent sales tax funds, as well as grant funding, Road Maintenance Fund monies, and General Fund monies. The committee’s charge is to issue an annual public report summarizing the progress of capital improvement projects funded by Measure D, as well as capital improvement projects funded by other sources of Town funding. There are currently four vacant seats on the committee for terms of four years.
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