City Advisory Committee Vacancies

The City of Emeryville has numerous Advisory Boards, Commissions and Committees that help the City Council make Emeryville the best city the City can be. Every meeting is open to the public, with meeting agendas posted on the City’s website, as well as at City Hall, the Police Building, the Senior Center, and the Hollis Street Fire Station. To be a voting member of one of the City’s advisory bodies, community members will need to apply and be appointed by the City Council.


See below for our current vacancies. Terms are for the period through June 30, 2017, unless otherwise noted. Specific information on the various advisory bodies, including membership eligibility, member names, meeting times/locations, scope of authority, and contact information can be found here. Downloadable advisory body applications are available here. Applications are kept on file by the City Clerk’s Office for 1 year, and vacancies that occur during the year are noticed on the City’s website and bulletin boards.

OPEN VACANCIES Last Updated: January 22, 2018
Bicycle / Pedestrian Advisory Committee No current vacancies.
Budget Advisory Committee No current vacancies
Commission on Aging No current vacancies.
Economic Development Advisory Committee No current vacancies.
Housing Committee Community Member (Term ending June 30, 2019)
Applications are due by March 12, 2018, at 5:00 PM. Appointmens are scheduled to be made at the April 3, 2018, City Council meeting.
Parks & Recreation Committee No current vacancies.
Planning Commission No current vacancies.
Public Art Committee No current vacancies.
Alameda County Transportation Commission: Paratransit Advisory and Planning Commission Community Member
Application deadline has passed. Appointments are scheduled to be made at the February 6, 2018, City Council meeting.
Emeryville Transportation Management Association No current vacancies.

Business Representative Person representing a business in Emeryville of any size.
City Labor Representative Person representing a labor union with members represented in Emeryville.
Community Member Person residing or working in Emeryville.
Large Business Representative Person representing a business in Emeryville with over 56 employees.
Non-Profit Business Representative Person representing a local non-profit business.
Resident Person residing in Emeryville.
Resident (Dog Owner) Person residing in Emeryville with canine ownership.
Senior Community Member Person aged 50 years and over that is either residing or working in Emeryville, and participating in Senior Center programs.
Small Business Representative Person representing a business in Emeryville with 55 or less employees.