One member from each board and commission at 2008 dinner. (Photo Douglas County)
Parker, CO citizens can have a voice and serve their community by becoming involved in Douglas County citizen advisory boards and commissions.
Since Parker is part of Douglas County, Parker residents are affected by county decisions. Citizens from Parker are encouraged to provide input into decisions made by Douglas County through active involvement in a wide variety of boards.
Each board and commission varies in responsibilities, terms of office, membership size, appointment process and meeting schedules.
Detailed information about the boards and committees listed below is available on the Douglas County web site.
Douglas County Advisory Boards and Committees
- Commissioner Appointments as provided by State Statute or Board Policy
- Citizen Ad Hoc Advisory Committees
- Audit Committee
- Board of Adjustment
- Building Board of Appeals
- Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Advisory Board
- Cultural Council
- Extension Advisory Council
- Fair Association Board of Directors
- Historic Preservation Board
- Human Services Citizen Review Panel
- Incident Management Team
- Juvenile Community Review Board
- Library District Board of Trustees
- Mile-High Regional Emergency Medical and Trauma Advisory Council
- Open Space Advisory Committee
- Parks Advisory Board
- Placement Alternatives Commission
- Planning Commission
- Sedalia Overlay District Ad hoc Committee
- Tri-County Board of Health
- Veterans Services Office
- Weed Advisory Commission
Any Parker resident interested in applying for one of these advisory boards can print and fill out the Application for Appointment to Douglas County Citizen Advisory Boards/Commissions available on the Douglas County web site. Mail to the address below:
Douglas County Commissioners' Office, 100 Third Street, Castle Rock, Colorado 80104
For more information on specific boards or commissions, contact the staff person listed for that board. Parker citizens may also call the Douglas County Commissioners' Office at 303-660-7401.
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