Current Vacancies

Give back to the Spokane community by joining a Board, Commission, or Committee. The following Boards and Commissions are currently accepting applicants to fill the following vacancies. Please submit applications (PDF 89 KB) to the Mayor's office by mail or emailing them directly to mayor@spokanecity.org.

Appointments to City boards, commissions or agencies must be residents of the City, unless the provision establishing the requirement for the appointment specifically permits or requires the appointment of a nonresident.

For more information, view the Spokane Municipal Code Section Section 04.01.030.

If you have any further questions, contact the Office of the Mayor at 509.625.6250.

City Flag Working group

The City Flag Working group, established by City Council Resolution No. 2019-0039 is currently accepting applications for the formation of this temporary workgroup charged with recommending a single design for a new official City of Spokane Flag no later than December 2019. Applications will be accepted until July 12, 2019 for the following positions: one citizen of each of the three council districts, one citizen at-large, one youth representative, and one member each designated by the Arts Commission and the Spokane Tribe. Please send applications to mayor@spokanecity.org. For any questions on the establishment of the workgroup please contact Councilmember Kate Burke at kateburke@spokanecity.org.

Design Review Board

The Design Review Board is currently accepting applications for an Urban Designer to fill a vacated seat until 12/31/20. To apply, please fill out the application (PDF 89 KB) by April 10.

Office of Police Ombudsman Commission

The Office of Police Ombudsman Commission is currently accepting applications for the vacant District 1 seat. To apply, please fill out the application (PDF 89 KB).

Parking Advisory Committee

The Parking Advisory Committee is currently accepting applications. To apply, please fill out the application (PDF 89 KB).


Notice

If appointed, Washington State law requires that all members of city boards and commissions complete training on open public meetings within 90 days. Please visit the Open Government Training website to register for training or complete it online.

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