The City’s various commissions are an interesting and active way to get involved in City government. The commissions discuss important matters in great detail and make recommendations to the City Council. They work closely with City staff on projects large and small that have a great impact on residents and businesses, both now and far into the future. Commissions also help educate the public on issues such as tree preservation, collaborate with other organizations and community groups, and award grants to encourage revitalization, beautification, cultural programs, community assistance programs, and more. If you would like to see what it’s all about, public attendance and input at commission meetings is always welcome and encouraged.
Residents of the City of St. Charles may also be appointed to a City commission.
- First check out our list of boards and commissions to find one of interest and see if and when there might be an opening.
- The Advisory Board and Commission Manual contains useful information about what is involved in being a member of any of these commissions as well as other information pertaining to roles, appointed officials guidelines, staff liaison guidelines and procedures/tips for new commissioners. Additional information on the responsibilities and requirements of the commissions can be found in the St. Charles Municipal Code.
- To apply, a letter of interest and resume should be mailed to the Mayor’s Office, 2 E. Main St., St. Charles, IL 60174 or emailed to email@example.com.
Please call Tracey Conti, the Mayor’s Administrative Assistant, at (630) 377-4445 with questions.