The City of Boca Raton values the involvement of its citizens and hopes to provide a rewarding experience for those who volunteer their time on a board or committee. Boards and Committees play an essential role in city government by meeting regularly to listen to residents, research and review information, report their findings and, when required, make recommendations to the City Council.
Composition of a Board
Each board has a stated purpose and serves as a link between residents and City government. The composition of each board varies and is dictated by its enabling legislation.
Advisory Boards and Committees
Advisory Boards & Committees provide advice, research and residents’ perspectives to City government.
Regulatory boards exercise regulatory authority, such as the power to make rulings in accordance with various sections of the City’s Code of Ordinances.
Pension boards are responsible for administering and managing the City’s pension plans.
Becoming a Board Member
A board’s membership is dictated by its enabling legislation. Interested parties must be a City resident and can find eligibility requirements and meeting times in each Board’s description. All board appointments are made by the City Council. Vacancies are posted on the website and residents are encouraged to apply. If you fit the criteria, please complete the electronic board application for City Council consideration.
Sunshine Laws and Ethics Training
Applications (for positions with specific criteria required by code)