Mayor Ed Murray is seeking candidates for a vacant position on Seattle’s Construction Codes Advisory Board. The current open position is for a representative of apartment building owners or operators. The application period is Friday, May 1, 2015 to Monday, June 15, 2015.
The application deadline for new board members on the Construction Codes Advisory Board (CCAB) has been extended to Wednesday, December 3. The CCAB board members represent professions and the general public. We are currently seeking board members to represent electrical contractors, developers / contractors of residential properties, and the general public.
Mayor Murray is looking for a new Architect member of the Seattle Design Commission to fill an upcoming vacancy. The term will begin in March 2015.
The North Delridge Action Plan will kick-off the action plan at Delridge Day! Join your neighbors at Delridge Day where there will be food, games, skateboarding, and entertainment. Drop by DPD’s booth to share your ideas about what is important in Delridge. What’s great about Delridge and should be supported?
We have extended the deadline for applications to the Construction Codes Advisory Board to December 6, 2013. Available positions represent organized labor, general contractors, and apartment building owners and operators. As a board member, you would help review codes that affect the design and construction of buildings and Seattle’s built environment. DPD relies heavily on the board’s advice, as do the city’s elected officials.
The City is looking for new Seattle Design Commission members to fill two upcoming vacancies – one for a registered architect and the other for an experienced surface water management design professional, preferably a civil engineer. Both positions will start their terms in March 2014. Deadline to apply is December 15, 2013.
Mayor Mike McGinn invites applicants to fill three openings on the Construction Codes Advisory Board. The Construction Code Advisory Board advises DPD. The work involves reviewing codes that affect the design and construction of buildings and the City’s built environment. DPD relies heavily on the board’s advice, as do the city’s elected officials.
The City of Seattle is looking for candidates to serve on the Seattle Planning Commission beginning in April 2013. Planning commission members are appointed by the Mayor or the City Council to serve renewable, three-year terms. This year, three positions will open in all; one position will be appointed by the Mayor and two will be appointed by the City Council.
Mayor Mike McGinn is looking for qualified candidates to fill nine upcoming openings on the city of Seattle’s Design Review Board. The volunteer positions will be available April 4, 2013 when retiring board members’ terms expire. Board members are appointed by the Mayor and City Council and serve two-year terms. Members serve on one of seven boards that review projects in the city’s major geographic districts.
Mayor Mike McGinn is looking for qualified candidates to fill nine upcoming openings on the city of Seattle’s Design Review Board. The volunteer positions will be available April 4, 2013 when retiring board members’ terms expire.