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commissions, committees & boards

The Charter & Municipal Code outline a number of subordinate Commissions, Committees, and Boards whose members are appointed by the City Council.  The following listing provides background information about the membership, meeting schedule, and contact information for these organizations.  This information is maintained by the City Webmaster based on updates provided by the Office of the Mayor.  Links to the most recently posted meeting agendas are included when possible based on information provided by departmental staff assigned to support each organization.

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The following Advisory Boards, Commissions and Committees are established in  Title 2 - Article III of the Municipal Code


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Accessibility and Disability Environmental Advisory
Please contact the Staff Rep for a current agenda.

Arts and Culture
Please contact the Staff Rep for a current agenda.

Please contact the Staff Rep for a current agenda.

Code Enforcement Northwest
Please contact Staff Rep to provide comments
Commission on the Status of Women Old Pasadena Parking Meter Zone Advisory
Historic Preservation Planning
Design Recreation and Parks
   Urban Forestry Advisory Senior
Human Relations South Lake Parking Place

Human Services Transportation Advisory


The following City Council Committees are established in Title 2 - Article I of the Municipal Code


The following Committees and Advisory Bodies are established in Article XV of the Charter or by special action of the City Council.

The following Boards of Nonprofit Corporations are established in Title 2 - Article IV of the Municipal Code