Now is the time to learn about Rocky Mount and take the reins of leadership in helping shape a future of prosperity.
City of Rocky Mount residents are needed to serve on various Boards & Commissions that the City has to facilitate policy making and other activities.
From the City website:
While the City of Rocky Mount is governed by elected officials, there are several boards, commissions, and committees that also provide oversight and support for city affairs. Each spring, the Mayor and City Council appoint individuals to serve on these boards which cover a wide range of issues. Current openings are as follows:
- Board of Adjustment (one Ward Three appointment)
- Human Relations Commission (one mayoral appointment, one Ward Two appointment)
- Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission (two appointments, from any ward)
- Mayor’s Commission on Disabilities (one appointment, from any ward)
- Tree Advisory Board (one Ward Two appointment, one Ward Six appointment)
- Utility Services Review Board (one Ward Three appointment, one Ward Four appointment)
Residency or other requirements apply to certain appointments.
Residents are encouraged to consider serving on a city board, commission, or committee. Anyone interested in an appointment or wishing to make a nomination for appointment to any of these boards should submit the nomination in writing to the City Clerk’s Office. A resume of each nominee should accompany the nomination as well as a statement signed by the nominee indicating their willingness to serve should they be appointed. Nomination forms are available in the Items of Interest listing at the top of this page. To obtain a form by mail, please contact the City Clerk’s office, at 972-1319.