Volunteer positions available on Solana Beach Citizen Advisory Commissions

Solana Beach residents are encouraged to apply for open positions on the city’s five Citizen Commissions. This is an opportunity to enhance your community by serving on a council legislative body. Applications are being accepted until Jan. 17, 2012 at City Hall.

For more information, contact City Hall at 858-720-2400 or www.cityofsolanabeach.org

Citizens Commissions include the following areas: Budget & Finance; Parks & Rec.; Public Arts Advisory; Public Safety and View Assessment.

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