Thinking of volunteering your services? The City of Spokane Valley generally has something just for you.
There is currently one opening on this committee for a Spokane Valley City resident. The purpose of this committee is to provide citizen representatives of Spokane County with the opportunity to participate in, comment on, and review all funding proposals for the Housing and Community Development Division. HCDAC is made up of 17 citizen representatives from throughout Spokane County. Each of the twelve participating cities and towns in the Urban County Consortium is represented on the Committee by a local resident, mayor, councilperson, or employee. The remaining “at large” positions are made up of citizens from the remaining unincorporated areas of the County. Mayoral representatives serve at the discretion from each of Spokane County’s cities and towns for a term not to exceed three years. Eligible applicants must reside within the city/town limits of the represented area. There is currently one opening for a citizen of Spokane Valley. If you or someone you know is interested in serving, please submit your application to Spokane Valley City Clerk Chris Bainbridge, not later than 4:00 p.m. Monday, November 6, 2017. Applications can be found on the City’s website at (see below) or by calling Chris Bainbridge, at 509-720-5102. The tentative date of this appointment is November 14, 2017, during the regular Spokane Valley Council meeting. The term for this position would begin immediately upon appointment.
10/20/2017 - Housing & Community Development Advisory Committee, deadline Nov. 6
11/1/2016 - Welcome to the Volunteer RSS Feed
BOARDS, COMMISSIONS, COMMITTEES, TASK FORCES
If you are interested in applying to a board, commission, or committee, please fill out and return the Application for Committee Appointment by clicking here. Successful committee applicants will be appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council to fill a specified term of appointment.
S.C.O.P.E. (Sheriff Community Oriented Policing Effort) is a philosophy and community perspective rather than a specific program or new law enforcement tactic, it provides neighborhood outreach stations and community oriented policing. S.C.O.P.E. members are dedicated to the principle of Community Oriented Policing which partners law enforcement with the citizens and businesses we serve. We proactively address issues which detract form the safety and quality of life for citizens of Spokane County.
S.C.O.P.E. neighborhood stations in Spokane Valley include Central Valley, Edgecliff, Trentwood, and University. For more information or to volunteer, go to the Spokane County Sheriff's Office S.C.O.P.E.
If you’re looking for an opportunity to work with kids, teens, adults, or seniors, and would like to volunteer with the Parks and Recreation Department, please click here for more information. The Parks and Recreation Department offers volunteer opportunities in programming, research, marketing, office support, maintenance, mentoring, and more, please contact the Spokane Valley Parks & Recreation Department.