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Public Safety Advisory Board

The City Council approved the formation of the board and adopted the bylaws for the advisory group at its September 28, 2016  regular meeting.

The purpose of the new board is to assist the City in raising the overall level of awareness and importance of public safety throughout the community.  The newly established bylaws call for the board to meet on a quarterly basis. Among other responsibilities, it will promote public safety education and provide recommendations to the City Council on a wide range of public safety issues, including: community law enforcement, crime prevention, and police and community relationships; City infrastructure needs and priorities related to streets, sidewalks, and trails; traffic safety-related matters; and public safety issues effecting pedestrians and cyclists. 

Along with two Councilmembers, the board will be comprised of seven residents to be appointed by the City Council. The terms of the seven residents will be staggered with three members serving an initial term of two years and four members serving initial terms of four years. The regular terms of all subsequent members will be four years.   

Residents interested in applying to serve on the Public Safety Advisory Board are asked to complete a City application form. To request an application, either contact the City Hall offices by phone at 818-706-1613, or stop by City Hall located at 31200 Oak Crest Drive. Additionally, the form can be downloaded here and an online application is available by clicking here. Please note that applications are due at City hall or online by 5:00 p.m. on Monday, December 19.

For further information, please contact City Manager Ray Taylor at 818-706-1613.