Have you always wanted to get involved in city government? Would you like to provide valuable input on important issues affecting Brooklyn Park? Do you feel a need to give back to your community? If you’ve answered "yes" to any of these questions, you should consider applying for a seat on a Brooklyn Park city commission!
Serving on a commission is a great way to provide your city government with valuable citizen input and discuss important issues with your fellow residents. Plus, it’s a lot of fun.
What is a commission?
A commission is a volunteer group that provides recommendations and suggestions to the City Council, either on specific issues or special areas of concern regarding a government or community function.
The City of Brooklyn Park depends on citizen volunteers to advise elected officials and help them govern effectively.
Who can be a commissioner?
Commissions are open to Brooklyn Park residents. Some commissions may require a member to reside in a specific voting district (Central, East or West). Charter Commission members must be qualified voters.
Applying to become a commissioner
Fill out an application
Applications for all commissions are always welcome!
Commission applications are kept on file for one year.
As openings occur, applicants are notified of openings and invited to participate in the commission interview process.
The City Council appoints the commissioners, except for the Charter Commissioners, which are appointed by the Chief Judge of Hennepin County District Court.
Applications due by August 21, 2017
Human Rights Commission
Applications due by August 25, 2017
5200 85th Ave. N.
Brooklyn Park, MN 55443
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Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Phone and email
Email Devin Montero