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APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR MEDFORD BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
 
Medford Mayor and City Council are looking for people interested in serving on City Boards, Commissions and Committees.  To qualify for most positions, applicants must maintain a physical residence, own real property or own a business within Medford’s Urban Growth Boundary.  Additional information can be obtained by calling (541) 774‑2000.
 
Application forms are available on the City website at www.cityofmedford.org.  Hover over the Get Involved tab at the top of the home page, select Commissions and Committees, select the Click Here  hyperlink on middle of page to view all open positions and select Online Applications on left side of screen. 
 
ARTS COMMISSION (3-year term):  One full-term position (term expires 01/31/2024).  Meets monthly on matters pertaining to the selection, acquisition, restoration and preventive maintenance of public art.  Also advises the City Council regarding arts promotion, encouragement of the arts and artistic performances to help foster broad participation in and an understanding of the arts and their value to the Medford community.
 
CEMETERY COMMISSION (3-year term) One partial-term position (term expires 01/31/2023).  Meets monthly. The Commission makes recommendations to the Parks & Recreation Commission regarding the funding and operation of the Eastwood Cemetery.  The Commission also works to secure donations and bequests for the Cemetery Trust Fund.
 
LANDMARKS & HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION (4-year term):  One full-term position (term expires 01/31/2025).  Meets monthly.  The Commission is the approving authority for Historic Plan reviews and exceptions or changes; investigates any building, structure or other physical object in the City, which is of historic significance; institutes and supports programs and projects that further the historic policy of the City of Medford.
 
PARKING COMMITTEE (3-year term):  Two partial-term positions (terms expire 01/31/2022.)  Meets monthly.  The Committee advises the Transportation Commission on matters related to parking in the Central Business District. 
 
One position must be filled by a property/business owner, employee of a business or a resident in the Central Business District and one position is at large.

TREE COMMITTEE (3-year term):  One partial-term position (term expires 01/31/2023).  Meets monthly.  The Committee is a Sub-Committee of the Parks and Recreation Commission.  The Committee advises the Parks & Recreation Commission on matters regarding trees in the right-of-ways and in parklands.
 
UNIFIED APPEAL BOARD (2-year term)Two partial-term positions (terms expire 01/31/2022).  Meets only when called.  The Board performs the function of those boards created by the Uniform Building Codes, Plumbing Code, Electrical Code and Mechanical Code.  Members must have knowledge in the building field. 
 
One position must be filled by a member of the business community and one position is at large.
 
  
YOUTH APPLICANTS SOUGHT FOR
MEDFORD BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS
 
To qualify for these positions, applicants must reside within City limits and be enrolled in one of the following schools: South Medford High, North Medford High, Cascade Christian High, St. Mary’s High, Central Medford High, Public Charter High Schools or may be home schooled. All youth positions begin July 1 and end June 30.  Additional information can be obtained by calling (541) 774‑2000.

YOUTH MEMBER OF THE CEMETERY COMMISSION:   One partial-term position (term expires 06/30/2021).  Meets monthly.  Commission makes recommendations to the Parks and Recreation Commission regarding the funding and operation of Eastwood Cemetery.  The Commission also works to secure donations and bequests for the Cemetery Trust Fund.
 
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