The City of Glendora has five Commissions and Boards acting in an advisory capacity to assist the City Council and City staff in the management of City affairs.
The City of Glendora has established Boards, Commissions, and Committees made up of citizens who volunteer their time and act in an advisory capacity to the City Council and city staff in the management of City affairs. Members of boards, commissions and committees serve at will and at the pleasure of the City Council (GMC §2.04.060), receive no compensation and are only eligible to serve on one commission at a time. Besides a willingness to serve, most of the Boards, Commissions, and Committees have no formal background requirement established; however, experience in the specific area of concentration is desirable.
Fast Facts about City Boards, Commissions and CommitteesAppointed officials must be registered to vote, are required to attend meetings on a regular basis, and upon appointment must complete AB 1234 Ethics Training and Brown Act Training within one year of appointment and every two years thereafter, and may be required to file a Statement of Economic Interests (Form 700) upon appointment and annually thereafter.
Appointed officials are ineligible to serve on city boards, commissions or committees that serve a particular city department if the candidate’s relative is employed by the city in the same department serving as liaison to the board, commission or committee or if they are currently an elected official of the City of Glendora.
Appointed officials are prohibited by state law from making campaign contributions to elected officials who appointed them (Proposition 208).