ALERT: Colorado is on a statewide Stay-at-Home order (effective March 26-April 11) asking residents to stay home unless they are performing critical activities. All City of Commerce City facilities and rec centers remain closed to the public through April 17. Visit for updates.

Get_InvolvedParticipating 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.

View board descriptions and responsibilities

COVID-19 Updates: Boards & Commissions

At the March 23 city council special meeting, council voted to cancel board and commission meetings through April 17 as a precautionary measure of COVID-19. The member interviews that were scheduled for April 4 will be rescheduled for a later date. 

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 by clicking the link below.

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.

For Youth Commission Youth Members Only (adult applicants, please use the application link above)

Agendas & Minutes

Agendas and minutes are published for all city boards and commissions.

Advisory Committees

Advisory committees are occasionally used to provide input on a specific topic and have a limited time period.