GET ON BOARD with the City of St. Albans!

GET ON BOARD with the City of St. Albans!

There is a lot happening in the City.  Be a part of it!  We are looking for candidates for upcoming vacancies on three important volunteer boards.

The Belonging, Equity & Inclusion Committee was created to advise City staff and the City Council; identify projects and initiatives that could advance the values of belonging, equity and inclusion; facilitate the engagement of groups that have not traditionally participated in City government; and more.  More information on the committee and its goals and values can be found at www.stalbansvt.com/bei.

The Development Review Board meets to consider proposed construction and development projects in accordance with the City’s land use rules.  This board is a key component in implementing our City’s vision for the future.  Whether it is for the location of a new business or the redevelopment of an entire block, no other board has a more direct effect on development projects in the City than the DRB!  More information can be found at www.stalbansvt.com/drb.

The Downtown Board works with City staff and community partners to maintain and enhance Downtown St. Albans’ status as a center of commerce, culture and activity.  Members also act as the Board of Directors for the downtown non-profit St. Albans For the Future.  Anyone enthusiastic about the promotion, design, organization and revitalization of Downtown St. Albans should consider membership!  More information can be found at www.stalbansvt.com/downtownboard.

If you are interested, please get in touch as soon as possible!  Please contact Chip Sawyer, Director of Planning & Development, (802) 752-2156, c.sawyer@stalbansvt.com.

All interested parties will receive consideration for appointment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, or any other category legally protected by federal or state law. We encourage members of traditionally underrepresented groups to contact us.

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