Boards and Commissions

Board and commission meetings can be held in-person or virtually.  Please check the posted board or commission agenda for location information.  

City of Glendale - Boards and Commissions - Help Shape Your City

If you are a Glendale resident looking for a way to serve your community, have a special interest or are an expert in a particular field, consider applying for one of the City’s boards or commissions.

For more information on the roles and responsibilities of members, please review each board or commission’s page.

If you are interested in serving, applications are always accepted. Annual appointments are made every January. Appointments are also made throughout the year as vacancies occur. Applications will be kept on file for two years and you will be contacted if your application has been recommended by one of our City Council members.

For more information on a specific board or commission, select a name on the list to the left to see details regarding membership and staff contact information.

Making a difference is a family affair for mother and son Tim and Eva Ndavu. They are both former members of Glendale's Library Advisory Board:

To apply, click the link below.

Click Here to Apply to Become a Member

For additional information, meeting locations and how you can become involved, please call the City Clerk’s Office at (623) 930-2252, option 1.

Current Vacancies:
Board or Commission District
Aviation Advisory Commission Barrel
Citizens Transportation Oversight Commission
Citizens Utility Advisory Commission Barrel
Commission on Diverse Cultures Barrel
Commission on Diverse Cultures Ocotillo
Commission on Diverse Cultures  Yucca 
Historic Preservation Commission At-Large 
Industrial Development Authority At-Large
Library Advisory Board Teen
Library Advisory Board Teen
Parks & Recreation Advisory Commission
Risk Management and Workers' Compensation Trust Fund Board At-Large

Additional Resources

Board and Commission Brochure

Basic Training for Board and Commission Members

Code of Ethics for Elected Officials and Board and Commission Members
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The Arizona Open Meeting Law Booklet Click Here