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CITY OF CORAL SPRINGS NOTICE OF BOARD VACANCIES

The City of Coral Springs is currently seeking applicants to serve on the advisory boards and committees listed below.
Board and Committee members serve without compensation.

UNSAFE STRUCTURES BOARD  5 vacancies
PUBLIC ART COMMITTEE   4 vacancies

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UNSAFE STRUCTURES BOARD

Five Vacancies

The Unsafe Structures Board is a quasi-judicial arm of the City’s code enforcement process and hears cases pertaining to potential violations of the City’s Minimum Housing Code and the Florida Building Code.

The Board consists of nine (9) voting members, each serving a three (3) year term of office. The City is currently seeking applicants in five (5) disciplines/areas: "Registered Engineer", "General Building Contractor", “Plumbing Contractor”, "Real Estate Appraiser" and "Real Estate Property Manager".  The Board meets on an “as-needed” basis.

If you qualify for the disciplines referenced above, please apply on-line Application Form or contact the Office of the City Clerk at (954) 344-1065.

Debra Thomas, CMC
City Clerk

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PUBLIC ART COMMITTEE

Four Vacancies

The City of Coral Springs is presently seeking applications to fill four (4) vacancies on the Public Art Committee. 

Appointed by the City Commission, the Public Art Committee (PAC) is an official civic body with 7 members, two alternates and one advisory high school student.  The City is currently seeking applicants in four (4) disciplines/areas: Business Community, Architect/Landscape Architect, Private Citizen and Alternate.  Each member has a term of three years (please refer to the Public Art Program Chapter 6 from the City’s Land Development Code). The responsibilities of the Committee include: select public artworks for the City of Coral Springs; review and approve public artworks on private properties; implement the Public Art Master Plan and program guidelines; and recommend public art budget to the City Commission. The PAC meetings are held once a month, usually on the third Monday.

If you qualify for the disciplines referenced above, please apply on-line Application Form or contact the Office of the City Clerk at (954) 344-1065.

Debra Thomas, CMC
City Clerk

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