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Advisory Bodies and Meeting Dates

The City Council of the City of Norwalk desires to involve its citizens in the affairs of the City by providing opportunities for participation and service on local regulatory and advisory bodies.  Advisory Bodies are comprised of volunteers appointed by City Council to serve their communities.  Individuals may serve on more than one Advisory Body at a time. City Council members do not serve on the Advisory Bodies. 

There is no compensation for serving on an Advisory Body, with the exception of the Planning Commission, which is a regulatory body that reviews complex issues involving development in the City. Compensation for the Planning Commission is $200 per month, regardless of attendance.

Below is a list of the City's advisory bodies, their principal duties, and the meeting dates and times of each. All meetings take place at Norwalk City Hall, unless otherwise noted.  Agendas may be accessed by clicking on the "Agendas" link to the left.

If you desire to be considered for an appointment to one of these advisory bodies, please complete the attached Application for Appointment to Advisory Bodies and return to the City Clerk's Office, Room 10, Norwalk City Hall, 12700 Norwalk Boulevard, Norwalk, CA 90650. If you have any questions, please call the City Clerk's Office at (562) 929-5720. 

Thank you for your interest in serving the Norwalk Community. 

Application for Appointment to Advisory Bodies

ART IN PUBLIC PLACES COMMISSION
Meets on the fourth Tuesday of each month, U.S. Constitution/Room 4, City Hall
Recommends art projects to City Council for placement throughout the City. 

COMMUNITY PROMOTION COMMISSION
Meets on the second Monday of each month, U.S. Constitution/Room 4, City Hall
Has responsibility of publicizing and promoting Norwalk to enhance its identity and recognition. Develops plans and recommendations for various promotional programs that involve community participation. 

HISTORICAL HERITAGE AD HOC COMMISSION
Meets on the last Monday of each month, Founders Room, Norwalk Arts & Sports Complex
Responsible for research and documentation of the City's past. Involves collecting and restoring pictures, maps, documents and other items which record Norwalk's continual development. 

INTERNATIONAL FRIENDSHIP COMMISSION
Meeting date to be determined, U.S. Constitution/Room 4, City Hall
Plans, develops, and carries out a number of mutual cultural activities with a similar committee in our Sister Cities - Morelia, Michoacan and Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. 

PARKS & RECREATION COMMISSION 
Meets on the second Thursday of each month, Founders Room, Norwalk Arts & Sports Complex
Advises City Council on matters pertaining to City-wide events and community recreation and cultural programs and activities, provides citizen guidance on such matters, evaluates existing programs being provided by the City and recommends new programs and projects for City Council consideration. 

PLANNING COMMISSION
Meets second & fourth Wednesdays of each month, 7:30 p.m., Council Chambers
Plans for orderly community growth, physical development and land use; advises the City Council on all related planning matters requiring City Council action. 

PUBLIC SAFETY COMMISSION 
Meets on the first Monday of each month, 6:00 p.m., Council Chambers, City Hall
Advises the City Council regarding public safety problems in the community, including (but not limited to) earthquake and disaster preparedness, emergency management, street crossing, child abuse and neighborhood watch. 

SENIOR CITIZENS COMMISSION 
Meets on the second Wednesday of each month, Senior Citizens Center, 14040 San Antonio Blvd.
Reviews senior related matters and provides recommendations to enhance activities and programs and promote and encourage involvement in the senior community. 

SOCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION
Meets on the first Thursday of each month, Social Services Center Conference Room 11929 Alondra Blvd.
Advises City Council on matters pertaining to human services and manpower needs in the community. Evaluates existing programs being provided by the City and recommends new programs and projects for City Council consideration. 

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