Commissions, Boards and Committees Vacancies
The City of Del Mar invites its residents to volunteer for community service. The City is currently soliciting for interested persons to fill the Committee vacancies listed below. To apply, please complete the Citizen Interest Form (PDF). A hard copy is also available at City Hall. Please submit the completed and signed form to the Administrative Services Department by email to firstname.lastname@example.org or drop off in person or by mail to: City of Del Mar, Administrative Services Department, 1050 Camino del Mar, Del Mar, CA 92014.
Upcoming Application Deadlines
|Open Positions||Open Until|
|Measure Q Citizen Oversight Advisory Committee|
Three at-large, resident vacancies
|August 23, 2019|
|San Dieguito Lagoon Committee|
One upcoming voting member vacancy (Term expires September 30, 2019)
|August 23, 2019|
Other Committee vacancies will be filled when sufficient application have been received.
The City of Del Mar is one of the most scenic, beautiful, and protected communities along the coast of California. The Del Mar Community Plan outlines the village character that residents envisioned when they helped craft the Plan to protect and maintain that character. Our residents are highly-educated and involved, and bring a high degree of expertise to the committees and organizations they join.
Be a part of that energy, get to know your neighbors and community, and help promote and protect the beautiful City of Del Mar.
The Fair Political Practices Commission (FPPC) requirescities to adopted a Conflict of Interest Code designating those City publicofficials who are involved in City decisions todisclose certain financial interests which could foreseeably be affected, in amaterial manner, by a City decision made by the official. Currently, theConflict of Interest Code requires members of the Finance Committee, DesignReview Board, Planning Commission and City Council to file a Form 700 FinancialConflict of Interest filing upon assuming office, annually, and upon leavingoffice. Volunteers interested in serving on these committees should be aware ofthese filing requirements. For more information, please visit the FPPC’s Form 700 website.
Assembly Bill 1234 requires members of City boards, commissions, and committees complete two hours of ethics training after being appointed and every two years. Free ethics training is provided by the FPPC, and can be accessed online. Upon completion of the online training, please provide a copy of the completion certificate to the Administrative Services Department.