The city of Lincoln is soliciting interested citizens to serve on eight committees.
These committees make recommendations to City Council throughout the year.
If you are interested in serving, applications are available at City Hall, 600 Sixth St. or at the city’s website at ci.lincoln.ca.us.
Return your completed application to Patricia Avila, Lincoln’s city clerk, by 5 p.m. Jan. 21.
Vacancies exist on the following committees:
• Library advisory board
• Transit committee
• Economic development committee
• Code enforcement/nuisance abatement
• Theme and naming committee
• Park/recreation committee
• Building board of appeals
• Planning Commission
“Members for all boards/committees/commission can serve two four-year consecutive terms,” Avila said. “Committees meet at various times. Some are prescribed by the Lincoln Municipal Code, some meet quarterly while others meet as needed.”
City Council will interview prospective candidates and make appointments in February, according to Avila.
Call her at 434-2493 for any questions.