Participating in boards or commissions help our city address community needs. Commerce City's boards and commissions have specific responsibilities as detailed in the city charter and the municipal code.
Each board and commission has different roles and responsibilities. Terms of office, membership size, qualifications, and meeting schedules vary for each board and commission. Members are appointed by the City Council.
Oil & Gas Focus Group
On February 4, 2019, city council passed a resolution creating an oil and gas focus group to give residents an opportunity to provide input to city staff on the matter. The focus group will provide input on proposed state legislation, proposed state administrative rulemaking, potential city regulations and new COGCC Form 2A applications. (Learn more about oil and gas permitting and new proposed activity in Commerce City at c3gov.com/OilGas.) The nine-member focus group will provide non-binding input to city staff on these matters over the course of three scheduled meetings in 2019.
Meetings will be held on April 24, May 22 and June 26 at the Commerce City Civic Center.
Application Process for Boards & Commissions
Published openings are listed under each board and commission and applications are always accepted even if no vacancy is posted. Apply online or print and deliver your application to the city clerk's office.
If there is a published opening, all applications are scheduled for an interview with the city council subcommittee. City Council will appoint, by resolution, members to each boards and commission vacancy. If a vacancy has not been published, applications will be held for a time until a new vacancy is posted.
Agendas & Minutes
Agendas and minutes are published for all city boards and commissions.
Advisory committees are occasionally used to provide input on a specific topic and have a limited time period.