NEW BRITAIN - Mayor Erin Stewart is looking for residents to serve on several of the cityâs boards and commissions.
âParticipating on a board or commission is a great way to get involved in your community,â Stewart said when announcing the need for citizen involvement. âIt takes a team of dedicated volunteers to keep our city moving forward. There are a variety of boards and commissions for a multitude of professional backgrounds. We welcome your participation.â
People are needed to serve on the following boards and commissions:
ï®âCommission on Aging
ï®âAnimal Welfare Commission
ï®âCity Plan Commission
ï®âCivil Service Commission
ï®âCommission on Community and Neighborhood Development
ï®âFair Rent Commission
ï®âFairview Cemetery Commission
ï®âBoard of Health
ï®âHousing Authority Board
ï®âHistoric Preservation Commission
ï®âCommission on Human Rights and Opportunities
ï®âOrdinance Board of Appeals
ï®âParks and Recreation Commission
ï®âCommission on Persons with Disabilities
ï®âBoard of Public Works
ï®âBoard of Water Commissioners
ï®âYouth and Family Services Commission
ï®âZoning Board of Appeals (including Alternates)
Those interested in serving on a board or commission should email a letter of interest to Deputy Chief of Staff Justin Dorsey at email@example.com or by mail to Justin Dorsey, c/o Mayorâs Office, 27 West Main St., New Britain, CT 06051.
The deadline for applications is Friday, Dec. 8.