Date(s) - 01/08/2024
South Pasadena City Hall
South Pasadena welcomes the public to join in on their Community Services Commission meetings.
The Community Services Commission is a seven member body that act in advisory capacity to the City Council in all matters pertaining to activities promoting the health, interests, and well-being of the City’s senior citizen and youth populations, and all matters pertaining to parks and public recreation; recommends policies for the control, management, and use of Community Services facilities; recommends the acquisition, use, and relinquishment of Community Services facilities; advise the City Council on development of recreation areas, facilities, programs, and improved recreation services; recommends the adoption of standards on organizations, personnel, areas and facilities, program and financial support; and takes periodic inventories of recreation services that exist or may be needed; and interprets the need of the public to the City Council and Community Services Director.
Qualification for serving on the commission consist of being a resident elector (registered voter) of the city. Members are appointed to a three-year term, with a maximum length of service of two full consecutive terms, plus one partial term (if applicable).
Note: The August 14, 2023 meeting will be held on August 21, 2023.
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