May 6, 2014 > City of Hayward seeks Board, Commission and Task Force applicants
City of Hayward seeks Board, Commission and Task Force applicants
Submitted By Miriam Lens
The City of Hayward is seeking individuals interested in serving Hayward. We currently have openings on the following bodies, which serve in an advisory capacity to the City Council:
Community Services Commission (2 vacancies, 4 potential vacancies)
?Council Economic Development Committee (1 vacancy, 3 potential vacancies)
?Downtown Hayward Business Improvement Area Advisory Board (3 vacancies, 1 potential vacancy)
Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force (KHC>F) (3 vacancies)
Library Commission (2 vacancies)
Personnel Commission (1 vacancy, 2 potential vacancies)
Planning Commission (3 potential vacancies)
Prospective applicants must be registered voters residing within the Hayward city limits. Applicants for the Downtown Business Improvement Area Advisory Board do not need to live in Hayward; however, they must own a business in the Downtown Business Improvement Area of Hayward and pay assessments. Applicants for the Council Economic Development Committee must be residents of Hayward, own/operate a business in Hayward, be senior management at a corporate business in Hayward, or be formally affiliated with and represent another entity or agency concerned with economic development in the City of Hayward.
Individuals appointed to the Planning Commission, Community Services Commission, Council Economic Development Committee, and Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force will need to file a Fair Political Practices Commission Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700).
Interested individuals can apply online at www.hayward-ca.gov, or obtain applications from the Office of the City Clerk, 777 B Street, Hayward, or call (510) 583-4400.
The application submission deadline is 5 p.m. on Thursday, July 10. Interviews with the City Council are scheduled for Tuesday, July 22. Qualified Keep Hayward Clean and Green Task Force applicants will be required to interview with the Task Force Panel on Wednesday, July 16.