From the Richmond Office of the City Clerk:
Each year, Richmond City Council regularly appoints members to serve on approximately 50 local and regional government and non-government boards, commissions, committees and task forces, which range in responsibilities or scope from advisory to policy to governing. Those appointments provide important additional intellectual assistance on behalf of subjects and undertakings that help shape the quality of our lives, neighborhoods and community.
Membership and service on these entities provides individuals with additional opportunities to participate with and learn more about local and regional government and other non-government entities. Service on an entity enables individuals to use their education, experience, skills and abilities on behalf of their community. All interested individuals are invited and encouraged to apply to serve!
The City of Richmond’s various boards and commissions have a number of vacant positions, and applications are being accepted for these vacancies until May 15, 2019. To see a list of current boards and commissions vacancies, visit here.