Residents can volunteer to help guide the City of Brighton by serving on one of our Boards and Commissions, each with specific responsibilities. Each Board and Commission makes recommendations to the City Council and city staff on matters related to its area of responsibility.
Becoming a member of a Board or Commission is an excellent way to become active in the decision-making process of city government and offers citizens an opportunity to provide expertise in areas of individual interest. All positions are voluntary and vary in length of terms and time commitments.
Learn more about each Board or Commission's responsibilities by visiting their respective pages listed to the left.
City Council appoints members to the Boards and Commissions. If you are interested in serving on a City of Brighton Board or Commission, please view our vacant positions.
To be considered a candidate for a City of Brighton Board or Commission, please complete an application and return it via email or to the City Clerk’s Office at:500 South 4th Ave., Brighton, CO 80601
If you have any questions, please call the City Clerk, Natalie Hoel at 303-655-2056. Qualified candidates may be invited to interview with City Council for appointment to the Board or Commission of interest.