Serve on a City Board or Commission
Make a Difference in Your Local Government
Dublin City Council appoints community volunteers to serve as members of the City’s various boards, commissions, committees and task forces. These volunteer groups are a large portion of the support system for the City government.
All of the City’s boards and commissions play a critical role in public policy development, implementation and review for Dublin City Council. These groups serve an important function in molding decisions for the community by serving as the voice of residents.
Service on a board or commission is an excellent way for citizens to become involved in the operation of local government and to contribute to Dublin’s quality of life. Membership on each board or commission requires varying qualiﬁcations and its own set of requirements to meet the needs of the community.
If you are interested in serving, please submit an application to Legislative Services. All applications submitted will remain on ﬁle for one year.
Boards, Commissions, Committees
Architectural Review Board
Review site modiﬁcations or demolitions within the Historic District as well as other outlying designated historic properties that are speciﬁed within Dublin’s Zoning Code.
Chief’s Advisory Committee
Engage in an open dialogue about community-police relations with the Dublin Police Department and provide feedback to the chief of police.
Community Inclusion Advisory Committee
Serve as a representative of Dublin’s diverse communities, advise City Council on the unique needs of diverse Dublin residents, and review City policy through an inclusive lens.
Community Services Advisory Commission
Make recommendations to City Council regarding community services, natural resources, parks and recreation, and related issues at Council’s request.
Board of Zoning Appeals
Ensure that Dublin’s Zoning Code is fairly applied to all properties and grant “variances” to the Code when warranted.
Planning & Zoning Commission
Review certain applications for land development approvals as determined by the Dublin’s Zoning Code and Subdivision Regulations.