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The City of Bunker Hill Village invites our residents to join us to participate in various City Opportunities.

Join our Boards, Commissions, and Committees

Learn what you can do for our City. 

Please see below to see openings we are working to fill:

Zoning Board of Adjustment - The Board of Adjustment includes five (5) members a nd four alternate members. The Board of Adjustment is established by State Law as a result of Bunker Hill being a zoned city. The board considers administrative review, variances, and special exceptions to the City's Zoning Ordinance.  This is one of the City's "less active" Boards but members are "on call" and contacted when an issue arrises.   There are two alternate positions available to fill.  

Public Safety Committee -- This Committee has focused on the public safety needs of our City.  This has included educational opportunities for residents (DARE and RAD Programs) as well as how best to improve our police, fire and EMS services.  This Committee has also discussed street lighting to improve safety for pedestrians.  The Committee is charged with making recommendations to the City Council for setting priorities and evaluating the cost versus needs.  Councilmember Keith Brown serves as Committee Chair and the City seeks volunteers to serve on this Committee. 

Technology Committee -- This Committee has been established to focus on opportunities to use technology to better serve our City.  Discussions have included the transition to 5G for better service to our residents as well as the use of technology for public safety needs such as automated license plate readers and cameras.     The Committee is charged with making recommendations to the City Council for setting priorities and evaluating the cost versus needs.  Councilmember Eric Thode serves as Committee Chair and the City seeks volunteers to serve on this Committee.  

Planning and Zoning Commission - As a Zoned City, Bunker Hill also has a Planning and Zoning Commission made up of seven ( 7 ) members. This Commission provides recommendations to the City Council on adoption of master plans for the development and redevelopment of the city, subdivision of land, and amendments to the subdivision and zoning ordinances . The Planning and Zoning Commission was instrumental in reviewing the City's Development related ordinances in 2013 & 2014 and making recommendations to the City Council for adoption.   This Commission is currently filled.

Police Commission - Bunker Hill is one of three (3) Cities that are served by the Memorial Vi llages Police Department. Each City appoints two ( 2 ) Commissioners and one (1) Alternate to serve as the Commission that governs the Department. (The two other cities are Piney Point and Hunters Creek)  This Commission is currently filled.

Fire Commission -- Bunker Hill is one of six (6) Cities (All six of the Memorial Villages) that are served by the Village Fire Department. Each City appoints one (1) Commissioner and one (1) Alternate to serve as the Commission that governs the Department.  This Commission is currently filled.

Drainage Committee -- This Committee focuses on the drainage needs of our City including citizen concerns, development regulations, and capital projects. The Committee is charged with making recommendations to the City Council for setting priorities and evaluating the cost versus budget for projects each year.  This Committee is currently filled.

Beautification Committee - This Committee focuses on the beautification of our City including landscaping and signage in addition to ensuring maintenance funds are available for sustaining these improvements. The Committee is charged with making recommendations to the City Council for projects each year and seeing the projects to fruition. This Committee also recommended the City's dedication program - installing trees and benches to honor others - see more information on the last page of this newsletter.  This Committie is currently filled.

City Hall Art - The City has been featuring local artists on the walls of City Hall for over 10 years. Art is changed out about every 3 months. We love having the artwork and appreciate our local artists sharing their talents and helping us decorate City Hall.  This Committee Chair is currently filled.

Village Independence Festival - The Six Memorial Villages come together each 4th of July and host a wonderful community event including a parade and festival. An event of this magnitude (attendance of more than 5,000) does not just happen without hard work and planning. We a e always looking for volunteers (young residents too!) to help us out with the planning and on the day of.  We can always use more volunteers!!

Please volunteer online to participate in various City Commissions and Committees. Sign up Below:

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