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Posted on: May 26, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Interested in Serving on a City Board or Commission, Castle Hills Needs You!


The City of Castle Hills is opening up the application process for anyone who is interested in serving on a board, commission or committee. In addition to the opportunity citizens have to express their thoughts at City Council meetings and public hearings, Castle Hills citizens also may apply to serve on one of our boards and commissions. Serving on a board, commission or committee allows citizens to actively participate and become involved in your local government. 


The City of Castle Hills has current openings on the following board, commission or committee:


·        Zoning Commission

·        Architectural Review Committee

·        Board of Adjustment

·        Parks and Project Committee


Membership to these groups is done on a volunteer basis. Members are charged with making decisions and advising the City Council on issues ranging from architectural review to zoning questions. Serving on a Board or Commission is a direct reflection of the dedication of our citizens in making Castle Hills a better place to live. Your talent and expertise can help forge the future of Castle Hills!


Now more than ever, the City of Castle Hills needs leaders like you to join a Board or Commission to help bridge the gap between our citizens and the City Council.  As a Board or Commission Member, you will have an opportunity to ensure your community is heard and to help our City Council form policy decisions that will affect the future of Castle Hills.  


Serving on a board, commission or committee is an excellent way of becoming involved in our local government. Citizens interested in being appointed are urged to complete an application. A copy of the application and description of each board and committee can be found on the City of Castle Hills website at


If you are a current member of a board, commission or committee and you would like to continue to serve, please submit an application or notify the City Secretary via email at The application process will be open through June 5, 2020. 


The Mayor and City Council make all the appointments to the Boards and Commissions. City Council will look to make appointments to fill these board and commissions at the Regular City Council Meeting on June 9, 2020.

Boards and Commissions Member Application

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