The city of Riverside is asking citizen-activists to consider volunteering their time on multiple boards and commissions that serve as advisory panels helping the City Council make policy-making decisions, it was announced Monday.

“The mayor and council members value the input from our community volunteers,” City Clerk Donesia Gause said. “Serving on a board or commission creates a vital link between the city meeting the needs of the community.”

Seats are available on the following advisory bodies:

— Aging Commission;

— Airport Commission;

— Budget Engagement Commission;

— Community Police Review Commission;

— Cultural Heritage Commission;

— Commission on Disabilities;

— Ethics Board;

— Human Relations Commission;

— Human Resources Board;

— Library Trustees Board;

— Museum Board;

— Park & Recreation Commission;

— Planning Commission;

— Public Utilities Commission; and

— Transportation Board.

Members are appointed to four-year terms. Applicants must live in the city and be a registered voter, according to the clerk’s office.

The deadline to apply is Nov. 15. More information is available at Interested parties may also contact the clerk’s office during working hours at 951-826-5557.

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