City Manager to host Serve Temple webinar
Temple City Manager Brynn Myers will hold a webinar at 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 12, to discuss the city’s Serve Temple program, which encourages residents to learn about the city’s boards and Commissions programs and application process.
“The city’s boards and commissions give residents a voice in their local government and allows citizens to influence public policy and the future of our city,” Myers said. “It also helps officials and city leadership make informed decisions based on citizen needs and priorities. I highly encourage interested residents to learn more and apply.”
Residents who are interested in serving or learning more about Boards and Commissions can join the webinar on Zoom at http://bit.ly/3p4pQCs. The event will also be streamed on the City of Temple’s Facebook page.
During the event, Myers will provide interested citizens with an overview of our boards and commissions and will take questions from participants.
Last year, the City Council approved an update to the policy that governs Boards and Commissions. The policy will provide direction for the city’s 17 Boards and Commissions and establishes seven new boards including:
- Citizens Police Advisory Commission
- Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Commission
- Emergency Services Advisory Board
- Historic Preservation Board
- Main Street Advisory Board
- Neighborhood Revitalization Advisory Board
- Youth Advisory Commission
For more information or to fill out an application, visit templetx.gov/servetemple.