Parks & Recreation Advisory Board

Meetings


  • 4:30 p.m. 
  • Second Thursday of January, March, April, June, August, October and December 
  • Unless otherwise noted, all meetings take place at the Parks and Recreation Administration Building.
  • Parks and Recreation Administration Building
    29600 SW Park Place
    Wilsonville, OR 97070
2017 Parks Board Photo

Members


  • Ken Rice
  • Steve Benson
  • Kate Johnson
  • David Davis
  • James Barnes
  • Diana Cutaia

Meeting Packets


June 15, 2017 Special Meeting Materials
Memo for 6.15 Meeting
Attachment A (size = 21MB)
Attachment B
Attachment C


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Board Opening


The City is accepting applications for the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board.  

Persons interested in serving on the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board
may pick up an application from Kim Veliz, City Recorder, at City Hall, 29799 SW Town Center Loop in Wilsonville, or may obtain an application online at www.ci.wilsonville.or.us/apply
  
For more information contact Kim Veliz, City Recorder, at 503-570-1506; veliz@ci.wilsonville.or.us


Roles & Responsibilities


The roles and responsibilities of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board are to take the initiative in planning for the present and future park and recreational needs of the residents of Wilsonville and to act as a channel of communication between the general public and city government. The board also advises the City Council on any referred policy matters that pertain to parks and recreational services.

Members of the Parks and Recreation Advisory Board recommend policy and serve as a sounding board for the department administrator and staff. They are also responsible for determining how to bring the city's present recreation, park areas, and facilities up to an acceptable standard and maintain them at that level.

The board consists of up to seven members. At least five of the board members must live within Wilsonville city limits. Term length is four years, with no member holding office for more than two consecutive terms.