Pocatello: Standing Advisory Committees

Mayor & City Council Advisory Committees

The City of Pocatello has 18 standing volunteer citizen advisory committees. While each committee has a specific mission, the overall purpose is for citizens to advise the Mayor and Council on issues of importance to the community.

Every advisory committee is open to individuals living inside the Pocatello city limits and many boards are open to residents as young as 16 years old. There are also a few opportunities for those living in the Area of City Impact. Applications are accepted at any time and are kept on file for 1 year in case of a resignation or other unanticipated occurrence.

Pocatello’s 19 advisory committees are listed below.  The number of vacancies, if any is noted next to the Committee name.

To apply for an advisory committee vacancy, fill out and submit an Advisory Committee Application, which can be found here:

https://pocatello.seamlessdocs.com/f/MOadvisory/

For additional information, you can email: anichols@pocatello.us

Americans with Disabilities Act Grievance Committee (2)

Animal Shelter Advisory Board

Child Care Advisory Committee

Civil Service Commission

Community Development Block Grant Advisory Committee

Construction Board of Appeals and Review

Golf Advisory Committee

Historic Preservation Commission

Housing Alliance and Community Partnerships (1)

Human Relations Advisory Committee (1)

Library Board

Parks and Recreation Advisory Board

Planning and Zoning Commission

Pocatello Arts Council

Pocatello Development Authority

Pocatello Regional Airport Commission

Pocatello/Chubbuck Mayors’ Youth Advisory Council (open)

Sister Cities Committee – African Subcommittee (8)

Sister Cities Committee – Japanese Subcommittee (2)

Source: https://www.pocatello.us/254/Advisory-Committees

 

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