Current Local Board/Committee/Commission Openings

The City of Lincoln is currently soliciting interested citizens to fill vacancies on the Economic Development Committee and the Fiscal & Investment Oversight Committee.  Applications will be accepted until August 19, 2022 at 5PM.    Additionally, if  you are interested in serving on other committees, we will accept applications and keep them on file if you are interested in serving. 

The City Clerk's Office administers the opening, notification, application, interviewing and appointment process for vacancies on the City's various Board, Commissions, and Ad Hoc Committees. Should you have any questions or concerns please contact the City Clerk's office by e-mail or at 916-434-2493. 

 For additional information please consult our Advisory Handbook here.

Qualifications

The City of Lincoln encourages participation of a wide variety of its citizens through service on an advisory body. Unless specified, there is no special education, training or background required for appointment. 

Airport Committee

No required qualifications but experience with aviation issues is desirable.

Economic Development Committee (EDC) 

No required qualifications but experience with attraction and retention of businesses is desirable. Only three public members of the EDC shall reside within the city limits of Lincoln

Fiscal & Investment Oversight Committee (FIOC)

Must have demonstrated knowledge, experience, training or education in municipal finance, general accounting practices, budgets, and investments.

Library Advisory Board (LAB)

No required qualifications but experience with library policy and operations is desirable. Only four public members of the LAB shall reside within the city limits of Lincoln.

Park & Recreation Committee

No required qualifications but experience with Park & Recreation programs is desirable. Only six public members of the Park and Recreation Advisory Committee shall reside within the city limits of Lincoln.

Planning Commission

No required qualifications but experience with planning and land use is desirable. All seven public members of the commission shall reside within the city limits of Lincoln. 

Application Process 
 Follow these steps to apply for a position on a local board or committee.
 Learn about boards and committees in the City
 Review the information on this page and in our Advisory Body Handbook.
 Complete the application
 Submit a paper application to the City Clerk's office. If there are no current vacancies or you are not appointed to a body at this time, we'll keep your application on file for at least two years. 
 Screening and interviews
 Applicants shall be screened and interviewed by the City Council.
 Appointment
 The Mayor, with the consent of the council, will appoint the committee member. In general, you can only serve on one advisory body at a time. 

 City Commissions 

The City currently has two commissions. Learn more about:

City Boards and Committees - Public Members

Airport Committee

The committee shall be an advisory body to City Council on policy issues affecting the Lincoln Airport. The committee shall create a document to be approved by a resolution of City Council identifying the purpose, intent, responsibilities, and functions of the committee.

Members

5 public members appointed pursuant to Municipal Code (LMC) Chapter 2.50:

  1. Brian Leibundguth
  2. Byron Maynard
  3. Vacant
  4. Vacant
  5. Vacant

2 councilmembers appointed by a majority of City Council:

  1. Vice Mayor Paul Joiner
  2. Councilmember Dan Karleskint

 

Economic Development Committee (EDC)

The EDC shall be an advisory body to City Council on matters related to the attraction and retention of businesses; development and review of plans, programs, and strategies that relate to job creation; property and sales tax generation; and to serve as a source of local input into economic development.

Members

9 public members appointed pursuant to Municipal Code (LMC) Chapter 2.50 (at least 3 members must reside within City limits):

  1. John Fett (Chair)
  2. VACANT
  3. Gregory Dobson
  4. Whitney Eklund
  5. Andrea Faria
  6. Robert Green
  7. VACANT
  8. Jason Price
  9. David Riccitiello

2 councilmembers appointed by a majority of City Council:

  1. Vice Mayor Paul Joiner:
  2. Mayor Holly Andreatta

Fiscal and Investments Oversight Committee (FIOC)

The committee shall be an advisory body to the city council on all financial, fiscal and investment matters. The committee shall assist City Council in fulfilling its oversight responsibilities by:

  1. Ensuring correct and complete financial records are maintained to accurately reflect the total financial position of the city;
  2. Supporting the city's efforts to provide accurate, timely and meaningful financial statements;
  3. Supporting the budgeting process with review, analysis and recommendations for improvement and transparency;
  4. Safeguarding the organization's assets by making conservative and prudent financial planning recommendations consistent with an adopted investment policy; and
  5. Reviewing fund balances and reserves, and offering recommendations to ensure healthy cash flow and appropriate long-term planning.

City Council may task the committee with additional responsibilities or projects at a duly noticed general or special meeting of the city council.

Members

7 voting members, comprised of the city treasurer and six city residents appointed pursuant to Chapter 2.50 pursuant to Municipal Code (LMC) Chapter 2.50:

  1. City Treasurer Richard Pearl (Chair)
  2. Josh Armstrong
  3. Gregory Kevin
  4. Linda Laubinger
  5. John Reedy
  6. Andrew Sisk
  7. VACANT

City residents serving on the committee shall have demonstrated knowledge, experience, training or education in municipal finance, general accounting practices, budgets and investments.

No councilmembers are appointed to this committee. The Finance Director, City Manager and other necessary City personnel will staff committee meetings, but will not be voting members.

Library Advisory Board (LAB)

The board is an advisory body to the city council regarding the City's library and shall make recommendations to City Council concerning library policies and the operation and administration of the library.

Members

6 public members appointed pursuant to Chapter 2.50 pursuant to Municipal Code (LMC) Chapter 2.50 (at least four members of the LAB shall reside within the city limits of Lincoln):

  1. Bob Birdseye (Chair)
  2. Tim Monelo
  3. Gloria Pilotti-Irey
  4. Teresa Lai
  5. Joanne Schumacher
  6. Lynn Snyder

2 councilmembers appointed by a majority of the city council:

  1. Councilmember Alyssa Silhi
  2. Mayor Holly Andreatta

Library Advisory Committee (LAC)

The committee is an advisory body to the Lincoln City Council, the Western Placer Unified School Board of Trustees, and the Sierra College Board of Trustees. It shall make recommendations to these bodies concerning library policies and the operation and administration of the Lincoln Public Library at Twelve Bridges. 

Members

Members of the LAB are automatically members of the LAC. Members representing Western Placer Unified School District and Sierra College are appointed by these agencies. 

Parks and Recreation Advisory Committee (Park & Rec)

The committee shall be an advisory body to the city council on policy issues affecting the city's park and recreation programs including, but not limited to: facility expansion, creation of new programs, reduction or change in program capacity, and marketing of park facilities and programs. The committee's objective in advising the council shall be the provision of public recreational and leisure facilities and services by maintaining the city's existing park and recreation programs and developing new programs, based on public demand and the city's financial capacity, to serve the community's leisure and recreational needs.

Members

9 public members appointed pursuant to Chapter 2.50 pursuant to Municipal Code (LMC) (at least six members of the LAB shall reside within the city limits of Lincoln):

  1. Dennis Clear (Chair)
  2. Jim Datzman
  3. Steve Ernst
  4. Dave Fear
  5. Matt Lungren
  6. Tim Monelo
  7. David Plaut
  8. Janet Voris
  9. Nicole Tracy

A non-voting councilmember is appointed by a majority of the city council:

  1. Mayor Holly Andreatta.

The Public Works Director, Recreation Manager, Parks and Facilities Supervisor and other necessary city personnel will staff committee meetings, but will not be voting members.

Councilmember Appointments 

In addition to appointments on the advisory bodies above, councilmembers are appointed to a number of local and regional boards and committees.  View a full list of city councilmember appointments.

Local Boards and Committees

Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Lincoln Association and City

  • Mayor Andreatta
  • Vice Mayor Joiner

Loan Committee (as needed)

TBD

Western Placer Unified School District (WPUSD)/City Planning 2x2

  • Mayor Andreatta
  • Councilmember Karleskint

 Regional Boards and Committees

Placer County Air Pollution Control District (PCAPCD)

Visit the County's website for additional information on the PCAPCD.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Silhi
  • Mayor Holly Andreatta (alternate)

 

Regional 2x2x2 (Lincoln, Rocklin, Roseville) – Borders Committee

Contact the City Clerk's office for additional information.

Appointees
  • Mayor Andreatta
  • Vice Mayor Joiner

Placer County Economic Development Committee

Visit the County's website for additional information on the Economic Development Committee.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Karleskint 
  • Mayor Andreatta (alternate)

Placer County Flood Control/Water Conservation District

Visit the County's website for additional information on the Flood Control/Water Conservation District.

Appointee
  • Mayor Andreatta
  • Councilmember Karleskint (alternate)

Placer County Local Agency Formation Commission (LAFCO)

Visit the County's website for additional information on LAFCO.

Appointee

Mayor Andreatta (note, the City is not currently a Board member or alternate per LAFCO guidelines)

Lincoln Rural Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)

Visit the County's website for additional information on Lincoln MAC.

Appointee

Mayor Andreatta

Sheridan Rural Municipal Advisory Council (MAC)

Visit the County's website for additional information on Sheridan MAC.

Appointee

Mayor Andreatta

Placer County Transportation Planning Agency (PCTPA) / South Placer Regional Transportation Authority (SPRTA)

Visit the County's website for additional information on PCTPA and SPRTA.

Appointee
  • Vice Mayor Joiner
  • Councilmember Silhi (alternate)

Placer Mosquito & Vector Control Board

Visit the County's website for additional information on the Mosquito & Vector Control Board.

Appointee

Peter Gilbert (former Lincoln Councilmember)

Placer Conservation Authority

Visit the County's website for additional information on the Placer Conservation Authority.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Karleskint
  • Mayor Andreatta (alternate)

Pioneer Community Energy Board

Visit the County's website for additional information on the Pioneer Energy Board.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Karleskint
  • Councilmember Joiner (alternate)

Sacramento Area Council of Governments (SACOG)

Visit SACOG's website for additional information on SACOG.

Appointee
  • Vice Mayor Joiner
  • Mayor Andreatta (alternate)

Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA)

Visit the Authority's website for additional information on WPWMA.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Karleskint
  • Mayor Andreatta (alternate)

City Select Committee

Visit the County's website for additional information on the City Select Committee.

Appointee

Mayor Andreatta

Regional 2x2 – Regional Sewer Oversight Committee

Visit the County's website for additional information on the Committee.

Appointees
  • Councilmember Karleskint
  • Mayor Andreatta

Regional 2x2 – Regional Water Authority (RWA)

Visit the Authority's website for additional information on RWA.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Joiner
  • Staff (alternate)

Regional 2x2 – Nevada Irrigation District (NID) / City

Visit the District's website for additional information on NID.

Appointee
  • Councilmember Karleskint
  • Staff (alternate)

Regional 2x2 – Placer County Water Agency (PCWA) / City:

Visit the Agency's website for additional information on PCWA.

Appointees
  • Vice Mayor Joiner
  • Councilmember Karleskint