Advisory Boards, Commissions, and Committees
In order to tap into the wealth of skills, experience, and
interest within our community, the City Council of Redwood
City utilizes a number of appointed boards, commissions, and
committees to advise and make recommendations to the City
Council and staff on a wide variety of issues that are crucial
to our quality of life.
The Office of the City Clerk maintains a current list of
City Boards, Commissions and Committees, the current seats
available, and upcoming meeting dates and times. The Clerk
also coordinates all appointments to these positions.
Public involvement is crucial to the City’s decision-making
process, and these appointed advisory bodies are an important
and valued part of City government. By advising the City Council
and staff, bringing new ideas to the table, and representing
all of the diverse elements of our community, members of our
boards, commissions, and committees will be helping our City
Council to make the best, most informed decisions possible,
for the benefit of the entire Redwood City community.
Interested in serving? General requirements are that applicants
must have an interest in civic involvement, and must be 18
years of age or older, a registered voter, and a resident
of incorporated Redwood City (some board or commission positions may have additional requirements or preferred areas of expertise).
The following links contain descriptions of the various
City boards, commissions, and committees.