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One way for Watauga citizens to actively participate in local government is to become involved as a member of a board, committee, or commission. All members of these active groups are volunteers who are tasked to make decisions and advise the City Council on several issues from expenditure of public funds to zoning questions. The City Charter and Ordinances authenticate the existence of each board, committee, or commission and establishes them as legal arms of City government. Residents interested in serving on a board, commitee, or commission are invited to fill out the form below.
The City of Watauga understands and supports balanced representation in regard to filling vacancies on Boards, Committees and Commissions. With this in mind, every effort is made to appoint members who represent Watauga’s vibrant community, including citizens of all ethnic groups as well as people with disabilities.
*All appointments will be subject to residency requirements.
The Public Information Act allows employees, public officials and former employees to elect
whether to keep certain information about them confidential. Some information cannot be
released by law and other information is exempt only if the government official or employee
elects to have it exempted. Under Local Government Code Section 552.024, government
officials or employees must specify in writing that the information listed below be exempt from
public disclosure if they do not want it released.
ALL APPLICATIONS WILL BE KEPT ON FILE WITH THE CITY SECRETARY'S OFFICE FOR ONE (1) YEAR FROM THE DATE SUBMITTED AND DISPOSED OF PER THE CITY OF WATAUGA RECORDS RETENTION SCHEDULE.
By submitting this form, you are digitally signing and verifying that the information provided is accurate and belongs to you.
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