City Commissions & Committees

Maddy Act - Local Appointments List

2019

In compliance with the requirements of the Maddy Act, California Government Code Section 54972, the following appointment list of the City of Fairfield Commission and Committee members is posted on an annual basis by December 31. The City of Fairfield encourages residents to apply for positions in efforts to build an applicant pool representative of the whole community. Commissioners and Committee members serve at the pleasure of the legislative body, must be residents of the City of Fairfield and be 18 years of age or older.  Youth Commissioners must be between the ages of 12 and 21.

The names on this list are subject to change based on resignations or terminations that occur during the year. Please refer to the corresponding commission page for current membership or contact the City Clerk's Office at (707) 428-7402 or via e-mail aalexander@fairfield.ca.gov.

Local Appointments List 2019

The City Commissions and Committees are as follows:

The Mayor appoints the commission and committee members with the approval of the City Council.

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Current Openings 
Youth Commission

Eight seats will be available on the Youth Commission for a term of January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2022. Applicants must be residents of Fairfield and between the ages of 12 and 21. Mayor Harry Price will appoint the commission members with the approval of the City Council. Current members may re-apply and serve up to three terms.

Members of the Youth Commission serve as an advisory body to the Fairfield City Council on community-wide issues or projects having the potential to impact youth of the community. The Youth Commission interacts with the other City commissions as deemed necessary by project or issue. 

The Youth Commission currently meets on the first Monday of the month at 7 p.m. Youth interested in being considered for the commission need to fully commit to making a difference in our community.

Download the application or request one by mail or email by contacting Deputy City Clerk Amber Alexander at (707) 428-7402 or aalexander@fairfield.ca.gov. Completed applications may be submitted via mail or email.

Rockville Hills Regional Park Citizen Advisory Committee

Three seats will be available, with a term of January 1, 2021 through December 31, 2024. Applicants must be residents of Solano County with at least three members being residents of Fairfield. The mayor will appoint the committee member with the approval of the City Council. Current members may re-apply and serve up to two terms.

The Rockville Hills Regional Park Citizens Advisory Committee is a five-person committee created to provide the City with feedback and input regarding major decisions affecting Rockville Hills Regional Park. Committee members must live in Solano County, and three of them must live in Fairfield. Committee members must have three years of either professional or volunteer experience in public and open space and recreation endeavors or a unique familiarity and knowledge of Rockville Hills Regional Park. Committee members will be selected based on their ability to fairly represent the multitude of recreation users and special interest groups that use the Park. No one user or special interest group shall be overrepresented.

Download the application or request one by mail or email by contacting Deputy City Clerk Amber Alexander at (707) 428-7402 or aalexander@fairfield.ca.gov. Completed applications may be submitted via mail or email.

CDBG Advisory Committee

There are five seats available as Public Interest members to serve a four-year term from January 1, 2021 to December 30, 2024, and two alternates to serve one-year terms from January 1, 2021 to December 30, 2021. Applicants must be full-time residents of Fairfield, and registered voters of Fairfield.

The committee participates in community meetings and public hearings during the development of the Consolidated Plan, reviews applications for CDBG funding; receives testimony from applicants; attends public hearings regarding the AAP and funding allocations; makes annual allocation recommendations to the City Council following strategies developed in the Consolidated Plan or the AAP; reviews the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report detailing the City’s progress towards accomplishing the goals set forth in the Consolidated Plan.

Download the application or request one by mail or email by contacting Deputy City Clerk Amber Alexander at (707) 428-7402 or aalexander@fairfield.ca.gov. Completed applications may be submitted via mail or email.