Apply today to serve on one of Lakewood’s Boards
Commission for an Inclusive Community (ACIC)
ACIC currently has several openings for unexpired terms. Members of
the ACIC serve in an advisory role to the Lakewood City Council. In this
advisory role, ACIC members research specific issues or topics of interest to
the citizens of Lakewood and make recommendations to City Council regarding
those issues for potential action. Members should plan to attend a minimum of
two meetings a month; a Full Commission Meeting and a committee meeting.
attend both an ACIC Full Commission Meeting and an individual committee meeting
before submitting an application. Visit
Deadline to apply: December 29, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
of Appeals: One opening currently exists on the City of
Lakewood’s Board of Appeals. The opening
is to fill a vacancy for a three-year term that commenced on April 1, 2016 and
will end on March 31, 2019. The Board of
Appeals, a quasi-judicial body, hears and decides appeals from any order,
requirement, decision or determination made by the Codes Administrator. Meetings are held as needed. Typically, the Board of Appeals meets four or
five times a year for approximately one to two hours. Members must be qualified by experience and
training to pass upon matters pertaining to building construction.
Deadline to apply: December 29, 2017
at 5:00 p.m.
Historic Preservation Commission
: The City
of Lakewood has an opening on the Historic Preservation Commission. The opening is to fill a vacancy for a
three-year term that commenced on April 1, 2017 and will end on March 31, 2021.
Applicants are not required to be Lakewood residents; however, they must have a
demonstrated interest in, competence with, or knowledge of, historic
preservation. Additionally, members should be a professional in a
preservation-related discipline such as: architecture, landscape architecture,
history, American studies, American civilization, cultural geography, cultural
anthropology, urban planning. Members shall be selected, as much as
possible, from related disciplines such as the building trades, cultural
geography, cultural anthropology, real estate or law, or should reside within a
designated historic district.
Historic Preservation Commission conducts public hearings on applications for
landmark designation and makes recommendations to the City Council. The
Historic Preservation Commission also conducts alteration certificate review
and applications for the relocation of designated structures. The
recommendations made by the Historic Preservation Commission are based on the
criteria outlined in Title 17, Article 11 of the Lakewood Municipal Code.
The Historic Preservation Commission is responsible for drafting by-laws,
operating policies and other rules of procedure, preparing an annual report to
City Council and attending yearly educational sessions, as well as other duties
as identified in the Lakewood Municipal Code 126.96.36.199. Meetings are held
when the commission has an item for consideration, with a minimum of four
meetings per year.
to apply: December 29, 2017 at 5:00 p.m.
are available at Lakewood.org/GetonBoard. For additional
information, contact Donna Moreno at 303-987-7661 or email@example.com.
Lakewood boards and commissions are volunteer
positions. Applications for all Boards and Commissions are accepted year-round
and kept on file for one year.