Boards and Commissions
City Council encourages resident involvement in City government, relying on dedicated residents to serve the City as a volunteer on various Boards and Commissions.   

Through strong community support and participation, Northville provides quality services, creating a desirable community for our citizens.

To attract the most qualified individuals to serve on our Boards and Commissions, vacancies are announced at City Council Meetings, the website, City News, and social media. 



BOARD AND COMMISSION VACANCIES

Downtown Development Authority 
City Council is accepting applications for qualified and interested volunteers to fill two upcoming vacancies on the Downtown Development Authority board of directors as follows: 

  • Vested Stake position: Applicant must be a person having an interest in property located in the downtown district or an officer, member, trustee, principal, or employee of a legal entity having an interest in property located in the DDA district.  
  • Member-at-large position: Applicant must be a City resident, or if not a City resident, the applicant must be a person having an interest in property located in the downtown district or officers, members, trustees, principals, or employees of a legal entity having an interest in property located in the DDA district.   

Click here for more information about the upcoming vacancies.  

Click here to submit an application.  The City Clerk's office contacts applicants to schedule an interview with the Board and Commission Selection Committee. All applications will be kept on file for future consideration. Applications accepted until October 1, 2021. 




HOW TO APPLY

All boards and commissions
Complete the online Board and Commission Service Application.  After completing the online application, it is automatically emailed to the City Clerk's office.  The application remains active for two years.  

When a vacancy occurs, applicants are contacted for an interview with the Board and Commission Selection Committee.  The Selection Committee, comprised of two Council Members, interviews applicants and makes an appointment recommendation to City Council.    

Board and Commission Guidelines
City Council adopted Board and Commission Guidelines for all board and commission members.   Included with the these guidelines is the Standards of Conduct and Ethics as adopted by City Council in 1989.  Applicants are encouraged to review the guidelines before applying for service on a board or commission.