Advisory Boards and Committees
Advisory Board and Committees are vital to the Town of Highland Beach. We value citizens participation in the democratic process as it is an integral part of municipal government. Board and committees play an essential role in Town government by meeting as needed to listen to residents, research and review information, report their findings and, when required, make recommendations to the Town Commission.
To access Uniform Rules and Regulations related to each advisory board, please view Ordinance. No. 18-004 Boards and Committees for more information. Additionally, to access the Advisory Boards and Committees Appointment Process, please view 19-029 R Advisory Boards and Committees Appointment Process Policy for additional information.
Below are the Boards and Committees. Click each link for additional information:
Vacancies and Reappointments
- Board of Adjustment & Appeals
- Three vacancies for a three-year term
- Code Enforcement Board
- One vacancy for an unexpired term ending July 1, 2021,
- One vacancy for an unexpired term ending August 1, 2021, and
- One vacancy for an unexpired term ending May 28, 2022.
- Financial Advisory Board
- One vacancy for an unexpired term ending April 30, 2021, and
- One vacancy for an unexpired term ending April 30, 2022
Residents interested in serving on an Advisory Board or Committee can submit a Boards and Committee Application to the Highland Beach Town Clerk’s Office.
Town Commission appoints all members. Members shall serve a three-year term and no more than six (6) consecutive years. A member absent from three (3) consecutive meetings will be considered a resignation subject to automatic acceptance.
For additional information, please contact Beverly Wright, Deputy Town Clerk at 561-278-4548 or email@example.com, Monday through Friday from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.