The Creeks Restoration and Water Quality Improvement Program Citizen Advisory Committee (Creeks Advisory Committee) was established on December 12, 2000, by Resolution No. 00-140. Its purpose is to assist and advise the City staff, the Park and Recreation Commission, and the City Council on matters pertaining to the City's creek restoration and water quality improvement programs.View Our Video
The Committee shall function in an advisory capacity to the City Council, the Park and Recreation Commission, and other boards and commissions as deemed appropriate by the City Council. The Committee shall make its recommendations to the Park and Recreation Commissions, and City Council, as deemed appropriate by the City Council. The City Parks and Recreation Department staff will prepare agendas, record minutes and issues, and receive correspondence for the Committee, and shall otherwise support the Committee to the extent of available budgeted resources.
|Qualifications||The Members of the Committee shall be appointed by the City Council from the residents of the City. Committee members shall remain residents of the City during their terms of office, except that up to 2 of the members may be non-City residents. City officers or employees may not serve as Committee Members.
|Length of Term||Four years and until successors are appointed and qualified. Staggered terms expire on December 31 of the appropriate year. No member shall serve for more than two consecutive four-year terms or an uninterrupted period of more than eight (8) years.|
|Meeting Schedule||The Committee generally meets on the third Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m. in the David Gebhard Public Meeting Room, 630 Garden Street. Some meetings may be held in the Council Chamber, City Hall, 735 Anacapa Street.|
|Time Involved||8 to 10 hours per month.|
|Financial Disclosure Requirement||Members must file a Statement of Economic Interests upon appointment, annually and when leaving the Advisory Committee.|
|Staff||Creeks Division, Parks and Recreation Department, (805) 897-2508.|
|Reference||Resolution Nos. 06-087 and 00-140.|