Eight commissioners, plus one youth
member, represent a cross section of community. They serve as an
advisory body to the Mayor and City Council on Parks and Recreation
issues within the City of Boise.
Parks & Recreation
Commissioners holds a public meeting monthly (usually the third
Thursday of each month) to review matters pertaining to the
planning, development, improvement, beautification, equipping, and
maintenance of the public parks, playgrounds, programs, urban
forestry, recreation facilities, and open space.
Each member serves on a non-pay,
community service basis for a five year term. Citizens interested
in serving on the Parks & Recreation Commission should call the
Mayor's office (208-384-4422) for additional information.
Commission Agendas contain
information which will be discussed at the monthly Parks &
Recreation Commission meetings. Included are an agenda, prior
months meeting minutes, Unit and Director narratives, and
supplemental information to agenda items.
Patricia Whipps -
Stacie Curry - Vice
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