Youth commission applications encouraged by September 16. COMMERCE CITY, COLO. (August 17, 2015) – Commerce City Youth Commission is seeking youth and adults to serve as members. The youth commission is an advisory body to city council on issues affecting youth in Commerce City. There are currently 12 openings for youth members and three adult seats available.
During their two-year term, commission members will advance the youth master plan, attend conferences and trainings, implement projects that benefit the community, and create lifelong bonds with youth across the city. Applications are encouraged by Sept. 16, 2015.
Youth members must be between the ages 13-19, attend a secondary school that services city residents or live within Commerce City. Adult members should live within the city and have an interest in supporting youth activities.
The youth commission meets twice monthly at 6:30 p.m. during the school year and members are responsible for their own transportation. New members’ terms are scheduled to begin October 2015.
For more information and an application, visit www.c3gov.com/youth or contact Julia Emko, 303-289-3782 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
ABOUT COMMERCE CITYAs the state’s fourth-fastest growing community, Commerce City is redefining itself for the next generation, building on historic values of community, industry, agriculture and family. Centrally located along Colorado’s bustling Front Range, Commerce City is a Quality Community for a Lifetime, with 25 miles of trails, a championship golf course, 700 acres of open space and parks, one of the country’s largest soccer complexes and the nation’s largest urban wildlife refuge. Learn more at www.c3gov.com.