The City's boards, commissions, and committees allow residents to participate in Laguna Beach's government by working with other citizens to advise City Council on issues they care about.
Laguna Beach residents may submit an application to serve on a board, commission, or committee to the City Clerk. All applicants are interviewed and City Council appoints the members at a special meeting. If you're interested in applying for a board, commission, or committee, click here.
The City Council accepts applications two times a year. The following is the comprehensive list of Committees, Commissions and Boards that residents are encouraged to lend their expertise to:
Arts Commission, Design Review Board, Emergency Disaster Preparedness Committee, Environmental Sustainability Committee, Heritage Committee, HIV Advisory Committee, Housing and Human Services Committee, Measure LL Oversight Committee, Parking Traffic & Circulation Committee, Personnel Board, Planning Commission, Recreation Committee, South Laguna Water/Sewer Advisory Commission, the View Restoration Committee, and the Affordable Housing Task Force.
The City Council is currently accepting applications - PRESS RELEASE - due by Monday, January 22, 2018, @ 5:30 p.m. in the Clerk's Office for the following board and committees:
Interviews and appointments will be take place Tuesday, February 6, 2018, in the Council Chambers.