Serve on a Commission
|Volunteers—your friends and neighbors—run Washington! They staff our boards and commissions, put out our fires, drive our ambulances, and run our library, land trust, and other non-profit organizations.|
There could be a position for you on one of the Town’s boards and commissions, giving you the opportunity to participate constructively in Washington’s governance. When there is an opening on a board or commission, the Washington Democratic Town Committee (WDTC) submits recommendations to the Board of Selectmen for a candidate to be appointed to fill the slot.
To find out if there is or soon may be a vacancy on a board or commission, visit the Town’s Web site (www.washingtonct.org) and click on the link for
“Town Board and Commission Members and Terms of Office.”
If you think that you might be interested in volunteering to serve on a board or commission, fill out this online form, WDTC’s Board/Commission Online Application.
Or download the WDTC’s Board/Commission Application, and submit it to the WDTC.