Boulder County is seeking volunteers who would like to voice their opinions and help guide staff decisions on Parks & Open Space issues, including new land acquisitions and the management of existing properties.
The county is recruiting residents for five open at-large POSAC positions. Advisory boards and commissions provide recommendations to the Boulder County Commissioners and give residents the opportunity to have their voices heard within Boulder County government. The county, in turn, benefits from this citizen input.
If you have an interest or expertise in Boulder County Parks & Open Space issues, please consider applying!
To view descriptions and requirements for various boards and commissions now recruiting or to fill out an application, visit the Advisory Boards and Commissions Vacancies page of the Boulder County website.
The deadline to submit applications for the winter recruitment session is Friday, Jan. 11.
For more information, call the Boulder County Commissioners’ Office at 303-441-3501.
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