San Jose: : Be a City of San José Board or Commission Member
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~ The City of San José is looking for civic-minded individuals to join their boards and commissions. There are currently openings on the Airport Commission, Appeals Hearing Board, Arts Commission, Clean Energy Community Advisory Commission, Council Appointment Advisory Commission, Housing and Community Development Commission, Library and Early Education Commission, Measure T Community Oversight Committee, Parks and Recreation Commission, Salary Setting Commission, Senior Commission and Youth Commission.

Applicants must live in the City of San José and commit to being active in the community. Further qualifications may be required to serve on certain boards or commissions. Applications must be submitted by April 16th at 5 p.m. and will be reviewed by the City Attorney's Office for a Conflict of Interest Report before being sent to the Council Offices for review and nomination. The nominations will then go to the City Council on June 13th.

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More information can be found on the City Clerk's office website or by visiting their office at 200 East Santa Clara Street, 14th Floor in San José. With over one million residents, San José is one of the most diverse large cities in the United States and is Northern California's largest city as well as the 10th largest city in the nation. In 2011 they adopted Envision San José 2040 which sets forth a vision for growth through 2040.

The City of San José is looking for individuals who are interested in giving back to their community by becoming a board or commission member. Those who meet all requirements are encouraged to apply now for these open seats before April 16th at 5 p.m..

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