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Advisory Committees
Citizens can help address community needs by serving on an advisory committee. These groups have specific purposes that are typically defined by a set time period or topic area.

Responsibilities, powers, membership size, qualifications and meeting schedule vary for each committee. City Council appoints some of these advisory groups while others have an application process.

Capital Improvement Program Citizen Advisory Committee (CIP CAC)
City Council established the CIP Citizen Advisory Committee to advise the city on matters relating to the implementation of 2013 voter-approved Ballot Issue 2K. Learn more

Parks, Recreation & Golf Advisory Committee
The committee serves as a voice of the public by advising the city on various issues related to recreation and golf programs, services and facilities along with parks, trails and open spaces owned and operated by the city. Learn more

Quality Community Initiative (QCI) Stakeholder Group

The purpose of the QCI is to advise and present a recommendation to city council on a strategy to achieve long-term capital improvement goals that are well supported not just by the committee but also the community at large. Learn more about this group's year-long process, community engagement and recommendation.

Parks and Recreation Senior Advisory Committees
The parks and recreation department relies on three committees (programs, health and wellness and outreach) to advise staff, serve as an information resource to program participants, assist with fundraising and provide outreach services. Applications are accepted each fall. Learn more about members and meetings.

Parks and Recreation Youth Advisory Committee
For youth ages 11-17 who want to have fun and positively impact the community. Participants complete service projects and advise staff on parks and recreation programs. Learn more about the committees past accomplishments or download an application form.