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The City of Normandy Park is fortunate to have citizens who willingly and actively take on the roles of stewardship and volunteerism. Citizen committees, task forces, boards, and commissions involve citizens in government, improving the quality of decision-making for the community. A committee may be initiated by the mayor, city council, or a city department to include public input and participation.As you browse the city’s website, you will see how committees, boards, and commissions make a difference. Since its incorporation in 1953, the City of Normandy Park has established many committees in support of its Comprehensive Plan. Today, the city continues to support the community’s vision for the future of our community.
Types of Committee
Ad Hoc Committees…
help competing interests come up with a solution that benefits the entire community, provide a forum for airing concerns, increase community input, discuss alternative solutions and build public consensus over controversial issues before the City Council makes a decision.
are assigned a defined task with specific expectations and deadlines, and are appointed by the City Manager.
are created by ordinance to serve as a policy agency for the city, may have statutory requirements and responsibilities for a section of the city’s Comprehensive Plan, and are established to act in a long-term advisory capacity to the mayor and city council.
Your involvement helps us build a better community!
If you would like to play a part in your local government, consider serving on a committee or attend a meeting—start by finding upcoming meetings on our calendar.
phone (206) 248-7603
fax (206) 439-8674