Apply now for opening on Bellevue Planning Commission

Applications are due by Thursday, Nov. 30

  • Wednesday, November 22, 2017 2:50pm
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The Bellevue City Council is seeking candidates for a vacancy on Bellevue’s Planning Commission. You can apply online. Applications are due by Thursday, Nov. 30.

Made up of volunteers and appointed by the mayor with City Council concurrence, Bellevue’s board and commission members serve four-year terms, offering their time and expertise to help shape Bellevue’s future. Bellevue boards and commissions advise the council and conduct regularly-scheduled public meetings.

The Planning Commission reviews updates to the Comprehensive Plan and makes recommendations to the council. The commission also reviews land use management ordinances and regulations, along with other council-directed work. The commission meets on the second and fourth Wednesdays of each month at 6:30 p.m., and in special meetings as scheduled.

Applicants must be residents of Bellevue. Residents of newly annexed areas are particularly encouraged to apply. The city of Bellevue values diversity.

People interested in applying may do so online or pick up community service applications from the City Clerk’s Office, the Service First desk at City Hall, the Bellevue Regional Library, the Lake Hills Library or the Mini City Hall at Crossroads Shopping Center. A faxed copy may be requested by calling 425-452-6806.

Applications must be received by the City Clerk on or before 5 p.m., Nov. 30. Applications may be submitted by any of the below listed options:

Hand delivered: City Clerk’s Office, 450 110th Ave. NE

Mailing Address: P.O. Box 90012, Bellevue, WA 98009-9012

Fax: 425-452-5247

Online: http://www.surveymonkey.com/r/PlnComm

Email: kroberts@bellevuewa.gov

If additional information is desired about the role and responsibilities of this commission, please call Deputy City Clerk Karin Roberts at 425-452-6806.

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