Residents Encouraged to Join City Advisory Committees
Date16 September 2020
The City of Rockingham is encouraging community members to step forward and join one of the City’s advisory committees, with vacancies available across 10 different committees.
Advisory committees perform an important role for the City and wider community, with input from residents crucial to helping shape the direction and implementation of various strategies.
Across the 10 different committees there are 50 vacancies available. Committees in need of community representation include:
|Australia Day Awards Selection Panel |
|RoadWise Advisory Committee |
|Disability Access and Inclusion Advisory Committee |
|Cultural Development and the Arts Committee |
|City Safe Advisory Committee |
|Rockingham Education and Training Advisory Committee |
|Global Friendship Committee |
|Sports Advisory Committee|
|Coastal Facilities Advisory Committee |
|Seniors Advisory Committee |
City of Rockingham Mayor Barry Sammels said resident representation on advisory committees was a key part of achieving enhanced outcomes for the community.
“The City of Rockingham has a range of advisory committees and we want people in the community with the relevant skills, qualifications, backgrounds, interests and personal attributes to step forward and add value to these committees,” Mayor Sammels said.
Applications for advisory committees are open until Friday 16 October 2020.
For more information visit Step Forward, contact the City on 9528 0333 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Image: Residents are encouraged to step forward and join one of the City’s advisory committees. Picture: City of Rockingham.