Current Task Forces
Human Services Task Force
Staff Liaison: City Management Fellow Risi Karim
Streets Funding Task Force
Staff Liaison: Director of Engineering Chad Millner
About Task Forces
Local governments often use a variety of Resident Advisory Groups to help complete the mission of the City. Advisory Groups are valuable to the City and the community.
- Members are appointed by City Council or City Manager.
- Members may be residents and non-residents; including City staff and Board/Commission members, but may not include City Council members or other elected officials.
- Every Task Force has a Staff Liaison appointed by the City Manager.
- The Task Force chair and vice-chair are appointed by the City Council or City Manager. Officers can be any Task Force member, including city staff or Staff Liaison.
- Task Forces have a limited lifespan and scope. They are formed to study a specific topic or activity, and typically last one year or less.
- The primary deliverable is a report to the City Council or City Manager that includes findings and recommendations.
- Meetings of Task Forces are not considered public meetings unless designated as such by the City Council. The term “Public Meeting” refers to a meeting that is required to be open to the public by the state Open Meeting Law.