Commission Vacancies

The City of Frederick is currently seeking interested persons to fill vacancies on the following City Boards, Commissions, Councils, and Review Panels.  The positions are volunteer

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Commission Opportunities

  1. Equity Advisory Board
  2. Education Commission
  3. ETHICS COMMISSION
  4. HISTORIC PRESERVATION COMMISSION
  5. PLANNING COMMISSION
  6. Public Art Commission
  7. SUSTAINABILITY COMMITTEE
  8. Youth Advisory Council
  9. BICYCLE & PEDESTRIAN ADVISORY COMMITTEE
  10. Zoning board of appeals
  11. Personnel Board
  12. Airport commission
  13. BOARD OF SUPERVISORS OF ELECTIONS
  14. Parks & Recreation Commission
  15. Technical Code Appeals Board

The DEI Advisory Board is seeking to fill one vacant three-year term seat. The purpose of the DEI Advisory Board is to provide feedback to the City of Frederick Mayor, Board of Aldermen, and city staff in carrying out initiatives related to equity advancement in the City, pursuant to Resolution 20-15, adopted by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on July 16, 2020 and Resolution 20-17, adopted by the Mayor and Board of Aldermen on August 6, 2020. The City has identified equity as a fundamental value and the foundation upon which we make the commitment to act to promote justice and fairness in the creation and implementations of priorities, policies, programs, and legislation. Members of this Advisory Board will serve as advocates for equity in the community, helping to highlight more voices and build momentum around our commitment to equity.

Neighborhood Advisory Council  (NAC) Coordinator Opportunities


The City of Frederick is seeking individuals interested in serving on their Neighborhood Advisory Councils as a volunteer coordinator. The term of each volunteer coordinator is 2 years. Volunteer coordinators must be a resident of the relevant NAC area. (View designated Neighborhood Advisory Council map (PDF)).


NAC Purpose

The Neighborhood Advisory Council (NAC) initiative was established to strengthen the City’s neighborhoods and improve municipal services, based on the premise that the residential and business communities in a neighborhood are best suited to identify and solve issues in those communities.

NACs bring neighborhood issues and concerns to the attention of appropriate City staff, and elected officials and provide advice and feedback on City initiatives, proposals, and policies, as well as land development and other private proposals affecting neighborhoods.

Further Information

For more information on applying to coordinate the Neighborhood Advisory Councils, please contact Lauren Paulet, Community Engagement Specialist, by email or phone: 240-910-1600 .