Applicants for the position must reside, own property, and/or own a business within the city of Battle Ground or urban growth area
The city of Battle Ground is seeking applications for a vacant position on its volunteer Parks & Community Engagement Advisory (PACE) Board. The current term for this vacant position ends on Dec. 31, 2024.
Applicants for the position must reside, own property, and/or own a business within the city of Battle Ground or urban growth area. The PACE Board is a 7-member volunteer board that support city parks and recreation programs by fostering public interest in events and activities. The Board serves in an advisory capacity, making recommendations to the City Council regarding the development and operation of public parks, playgrounds, and recreational facilities.
Board members serve three-year terms, and typically meet with staff once a month, as needed, and participate in Parks & Recreation activities throughout the year.
Applications are available online at www.cityofbg.org/PACE-Application, and will remain open until filled.
Visit www.cityofbg.org/Parks-Board to learn more about the Parks & Community Engagement Advisory Board.
Information provided by city of Battle Ground.
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