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City of Anaheim Application for Appointment to Boards and Commissions

You may apply using the online form below or click here to download a printable form.

For a list of Boards and Commissions and a brief summary of their activities click here
For the current Boards and Commissions roster and list of vacancies click here

NOTE: Fields marked with * are required
Fields in gray color are optional



Application for Appointment to Boards and Commissions

The City of Anaheim has a number of boards and commissions on which citizens serve and make recommendations to the City Council in an advisory capacity. In most cases, you must be a resident and a qualified elector to serve. Terms range from three to four years (July 1 - June 30) and appointees may serve up to two consecutive terms.

Applications are accepted throughout the year by the Office of the City Clerk. Applications are reviewed by the City Council at least four to six weeks prior to a term’s expiration date and as unscheduled vacancies occur during the year. Applications are maintained on file for two years from the date of the application and may be updated at any time by resubmitting a new application to the Office of the City Clerk.

*Certain Board/Commission appointees are subject to filing annual Statements of Economic Interest pursuant to provisions of the California Political Reform Act of 1974. If appointed, you may be required to fill out a disclosure statement that identifies certain financial interest(s) beginning with immediate twelve months period prior to appointment and every calendar year thereafter during the tenure of your service.

**Certain Board/Commission appointees are subject to participate in State-mandated ethics training (AB1234) within the first year of appointment, and biennially thereafter during the tenure of your service.

Note: The following information is subject to public inspection pursuant to applicable provisions of the California Public Records Act (CA Gov. Code §6250-6270).