The City of Upland encourages all citizens to involve themselves in local government by participating in the various City commissions, committees, and boards. Serving on an advisory board, commission, or committee provides an opportunity to have more participation in an area of local government that interests you. Each entity is composed of local community members and not only gives private citizens the ability to participate in civic activities, but also gives voice to specific issues that may not otherwise receive proper attention.
Volunteers are appointed by the City Council to serve on each board, commission or committee. The responsibilities, terms of office, membership size, qualifications, and meeting schedules vary for each board, commission or committee.
How Do I Become a Board Commission or Committee Member?
Interested persons may submit an application to the Office of the City Clerk. Applications are kept on file for a period of three years. Anytime there is a vacancy on any Commission or Committee after proper posting of the vacancy, all applications are forwarded to the Mayor or appointing Councilmember for review.
Click here to access the application. Once you complete the application, sign, and return to the City Clerk's office at:
City of Upland
Office of the City Clerk
460 N. Euclid Avenue
Upland, CA 91786
or via email at: UplandCityClerk@UplandCA.Gov
If you have any questions you may contact the City Clerk's office at 909-931-4120.
How do I Learn More About Each Board, Committee, or Commission?
Click on the links below for more information about each board, committee, or commission.
- Roster of board, commission and committee members
- Notice of Vacancies for Advisory Positions - March 2021
- Board, Commission, and Committee openings 2021
- Resolution No. 6583 Amending the policies and procedures relative to the establishment and operation of commission, committees, and boards
- Notice of new committee positions 2021