Get Involved: Birmingham has Spots Open on Boards and Commissions

Get Involved: Birmingham has Spots Open on Boards and CommissionsJudy_Palmer30years

(City of Birmingham Press Release, Dec.18, 2014)

Citizens have an opportunity to share ideas and make a difference in their community by serving on City of Birmingham boards and committees. Those who serve help shape the future of the community by serving in an advisory capacity to the City Commission.


At this time, the City is seeking applicants for the following boards and committees:

Public Arts Board – Three Regular Members

Advisory Parking Committee – Downtown Employee Member

Board of Building Trades Appeal – Two Regular Members

Board of Review – Two Alternate Members, One Regular Member

Cablecasting Board – Two Regular Members, One Alternate Member

Housing Board of Appeals – Regular Member

Martha Baldwin Park Board – Male Memberdinos02sidelogo3

Museum Board – Historical Society Member

Multi-Modal Transportation Board – Mobility or Vision Impairment Member


Those interested in serving on a board or committee in a voluntary capacity may submit an application to the City Clerk’s office. Applications will appear in the City Commission’s public agenda, at which time applicants will be interviewed by the City Commission. For more information and to download the application, visit or call (248) 530-1880.


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