Boards & Commissions Vacancies
Please review the current Boards & Commissions vacancies. If you are interested in submitting an application, click on the name of the Board or Commission listed.
Add an outside perspective to the evaluation of civilian complaints or compliments regarding interactions with the police.
The FoxWalk Design Review Committee is hereby established to guide the revitalization of downtown Aurora by providing a flexible framework that melds private and public sector efforts under a unifying design concept, respecting Aurora's significant architectural history.
The Public Arts Commission is hereby created to encourage creativity, cultural expression, diversity, and inspiration through promoting public art throughout the City.
The Aurora Preservation Commission was established by the Aurora City Council in 1979 to preserve properties that reflect Auroras historical, cultural, artistic, social, and ethnic heritage.
The commission shall commit itself to ensuring that every city resident is afforded an equal opportunity to access and participate in city programs, services, facilities, and communications.
The Hispanic Heritage Advisory Board is a non-partisan, community based advisory board that serves to act as a bridge between the Hispanic community and all other communities in the City of Aurora. The Advisory Board recognizes diversity throughout the City of Aurora and will therefore make a conscious effort to be all-inclusive.
The Aurora Airport Advisory Board is an advisory body only and shall make recommendations to the public works director and the appropriate committee of the city council.
The education commission is hereby established to promote and encourage an effective educational system throughout the city through cooperation and collaboration.
Sustainable Aurora is hereby created is hereby established to anticipate and analyze sustainability and other environmental issues and policies in a multi-disciplinary setting in order to develop viable and comprehensive solutions.
The Veterans Advisory Council shall aid in the planning, development and implementation of veteran-related special activities and programs in the city.
The Indian American Heritage Board is hereby created to promote, encourage, educate and preserve Indian culture and history, to serve as a bridge between the Indian community and all other communities within the City, and to encourage civil engagement within the Indian American Community.
The Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Advisory Board is established to represent this constituency of the City by serving as an advisory board to the city council concerning the needs of the named population.
The Permanent Housing Code Committee works to review local adoption and housing related amendments of the International Property Maintenance Code.