Want to have a say about human services planning and spending in Bellevue?
There will be an opening on the city’s Human Services Commission when member Irma Farsch’s term ends on May 31, and applications for that position will be accepted until the position is filled.
One of several volunteer boards and commissions that provide input on issues facing the City Council, the Human Services Commission focuses on human services planning and funding, including:
- Reviewing all requests for funding of human services.
- Recommending priorities for the allocation of city resources to meet identified needs.
- Pursuing regional cooperation in the planning, funding and delivery of human services.
- Studying and making recommendations to the City Council on emerging human services issues and concerns.
Appointed by the Mayor with approval by the City Council, commissioners serve four-year terms. The Human Services Commission web page provides more details.
To be considered for appointment, interested residents must fill out a community service application. Other details about applying for boards and commissions are available on the board application page.
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