Council appoints 13 residents to Commissions and Committees
Posted on 04/01/2024

City Council makes appointments to Commissions & Committees from a talented pool of 30 applicants

Published April 1, 2024

The Piedmont City Council made 13 appointments to fill vacancies for City Commissions and Committees at a special meeting on March 25, 2024.

In a testament to the spirit of volunteerism embedded in this community, 30 residents applied to serve on City of Piedmont bodies during this year’s recruitment. Applicants spanned all ages and stages of life, ranging from 5th generation Piedmonters to those who arrived mere months ago.

During interviews with the City Council, prospective Commissioners were united in their passion for service and love for the city they’ve made home. With only 5 minutes to make their case, they spoke movingly of their appreciation for Piedmont’s “small town” feel, how much they value the outstanding services they receive, and their desire to give back.

Over two hours of interviews painted a positive and hopeful picture of Piedmont’s future, with a deep and talented pool of residents eager to use their skills to help the City navigate the challenges that lay ahead – planning for future fiscal needs, growing in a sustainable manner, tackling climate change, and becoming a more inclusive and welcoming community.

Appointments to seven City bodies

After lengthy deliberations, the City Council made the following appointments:

Newly appointed Commissioners will serve three-year terms, with a maximum of two consecutive terms.

Everyone welcome at Commission and Committee meetings

Everyone is welcome to attend and participate at Commission and Committee meetings. Attendees may offer comments on any individual agenda item, and also have an opportunity to speak on issues of general interest during the “Public Forum” period at the beginning of each meeting.

  • A schedule of all upcoming meetings is available on the City’s events calendar at

  • Meeting agendas are published on the Commission or Committee webpage 72 hours before the meeting.

  • Planning Commission, Recreation Commission, and Park Commission meetings are broadcast on the City’s cable channel, KCOM-TV (Comcast channel 27 or AT&T U-verse channel 99). These meetings are also live-streamed online and available for later on-demand viewing at

Learn more about all the City’s Commissions and Committees at