The City of Monroe is currently seeking applicants to fill the following City Board,
Commission, and Committee open positions:
FIRST REVIEW OF APPLICATIONS: November 25, 2020
APPLICATION DEADLINE: November 30, 2020
2 - Economic Development Advisory Board (4-year term ending 12/2024)
4 - Ethics Board Member (two 3-year term ending 12/2023; two mid-term vacancies ending 12/2022)
1 - Park Board Members (4-Year term ending 12/2024)
3 - Planning Commission (4-year term ending 12/2024)
4 - Salary Commission (two 3-year term ending 12/2023; two mid-term vacancies ending 12/2022)
All open positions are appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council.
For additional information regarding board/commission qualifications, duties, and meeting times, please contact the City Clerk’s Office: Email ; 425-967-1272.
EDAB - provides a forum for the coordination of information among entities identified as having economic development roles; recommending priorities and establishing a means to monitor progress on goals; and providing such other advice and guidance with furthering Monroe’s economic development strategy. Established through City of Monroe Resolution No. 019/2018.
Ethics Board - investigates, conducts hearings, and renders advisory opinions concerning accusations against city officials of violations of ethics or conflicts of interest; also reviews and recommends periodic updates to the city's ethics Policy and its applicability.
Park Board - advises the City Council on the management, supervision, improvement, and budgeting for parks and recreation facilities and programs; also reviews the Comprehensive Park and Recreation Plan, assists with new park sites, and advises the City Council on capital projects in city parks.
Planning Commission - reviews and makes recommendations to the City Council concerning land use issues including zoning, code changes, and revisions to the comprehensive plan. It is composed of seven members who are appointed by the mayor and confirmed by the City Council. Appointments are for a term of four years.
Salary Commission - review and establish the salaries of the mayor and the councilpersons and shall exercise the powers and perform the duties set forth by RCW 35.21.015; and Monroe Municipal Code 2.24.060.