There are two community-based groups that advise and make recommendations to the City Council and the Recreation & Cultural Services Department: The Parks & Arts Commission and the Rosehill Community Board. Both are separate functioning groups, e.g., the Rosehill Community Board is not a sub-committee of the Parks & Arts Commission.
Parks & Arts Commission ¦ Rosehill Community Board
|Length of Term
|1972 (MMC 2.44)
|1st Thursday at 6:00 PM, City Hall
The Parks & Arts Commission consists of seven members who are appointed by the Mayor and subject to confirmation by the City Council. Duties of this Commission include advising and making recommendation to the Council for the management, control, improvement, beautification and planning of all city parks and of all play and recreational grounds and facilities. Monthly meetings are held at 6:00pm the first Thursday of the month at City Hall.
The Parks & Arts Commission appreciates hearing from the public about items on its agenda or other City matters. Comments regarding items on the agenda will be taken when that agenda item is heard. Speakers are asked to state their name and city of residence for the record, and to limit their comments to three (3) minutes or less. All remarks shall be addressed to the Commission as a body and not to any specific Commissioner. In keeping with the Council’s rules on public comments (Rule 10), all speakers are asked to be courteous in their language.
If you are unable to participate during a meeting in person or remotely, written public testimony must be received by 4:00 p.m. on the day of the meeting and will become part of the permanent record.
Please submit public comments to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail/drop off at City Hall (11930 Cyrus Way, Mukilteo, WA 98275).
|Length of Term
|2015 (Resolution 2015-06)
|Quarterly at Rosehill Community Center
|Three Years; Student One Year
The Rosehill Community Board consists of seven members who are appointed by the Mayor and subject to confirmation by the City Council. The Rosehill Community Board was created for the purpose of providing input regarding policies and operations at the Rosehill Community Center and making recommendations to the Mayor, City Council and City. The Board generally meets quarterly, typically the second Tuesday of the month at Rosehill Community Center. No member will be appointed to more than two full, consecutive terms.