Get Involved In Your Community
Apply to serve on one of our Commissioner-appointed volunteer panels, boards or commissions.
The Mesa County Board of Commissioners is looking for individuals to apply for the following panels, boards and commissions.
County Citizen Review Panel - Deadline for application: open until filled
This is a five-member panel which
assists the Board of Mesa County Commissioners by providing a conflict
resolution process for grievances concerning the conduct of the Mesa County
Department of Human Services personnel involved
with Child Welfare cases filed under the Colorado Children's Code.
Article 3 of the
Colorado Children's Code at 19-3-211(1)(b) provides: "A citizen
review panel shall be created in each county and city and county. The members
of such citizen review panel shall be appointed by the governing body without
influence from the state department or the county department, be representative
of the community, have demonstrable personal or professional knowledge and
experience with children, and not be employees or agents of the state
department or any county department. At least one member of the citizen review
panel in each county and city and county shall be the parent of a minor child
at the time of his or her appointment to serve on such panel."
Demonstrable personal or professional knowledge
and experience with children is required. Terms are for two years. Two appointments will be made.
- Colorado State University Extension Tri
River Area Advisory Committee - Deadline for application: open until filled
Established pursuant to C.R.S.
23-34-104, and comprised of no more than eighteen (18) members. Mesa County, Delta County, and Montrose
County each appoint five (5) members; Ouray County appoints three (3). The function of this Committee is to provide
input on planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating programs and
performance. Terms are for three years. Two appointments will be made by Mesa County
- Mesa County Noxious Weed Advisory Board - Deadline for application: open until filled
This Board makes recommendations regarding the
management plan for designated noxious weeds, recommends action to be taken to
control or eradicate noxious weeds and declares certain weed species as
noxious. Candidates must be residents of
the unincorporated portion of Mesa County and a majority of the board landowners
of over forty acres. Terms are for five years. One appointment
for alternate will be made.
For additional questions, call Administration, 970-244-1885 or submit the completed application (although not required, you may include a resume or letter of interest) to firstname.lastname@example.org