Boards & Committees

Current Boards & Committees Openings

One vacancy to complete an unexpired term set to expire on June 8, 2022, seeking members who have demonstrated expertise, training, education or experience in operating a business, tourism, finance, real estate development or another related field. Applicants must either reside in or own a business in the City of New Smyrna Beach.

Duties: charged with making recommendations to the City Commission and City Manager regarding the implementation and funding of the City's Economic Development Plan, fostering economic development within the City, and performing such other duties and assignments as requested by the City Commission or City Manager. The Economic Development Advisory Board consists of six members, one of which is a representative of the Utilities Commission (ex officio).

Animal Control Board

One vacancy, must be a New Smyrna Beach citizen and NON animal owner, to fill a term set to expire on September 13, 2021.

Duties: The Board recommends to the City Commission rules and regulations pertaining to the operation of animal control facilities and standards and procedures for enforcement and regulation. This is a Board that provides a very valuable service.

Golf Advisory Board

Two vacancies to complete unexpired terms set to expire on September 1, 2020. Applicants must reside in the City of New Smyrna Beach.

Duties: The duties and responsibilities of the Golf Advisory Board are to advise and make recommendations to the City Commission on matters relating to the operations of the Golf Course Facility and to submit a written report to the City Commission annually on or about November 1 on the activity of the Board during the previous fiscal year.

Neighborhood Council

One vacancy, preferably from Zone 3, to fill an unexpired term set to expire on May 28, 2021. Applicants must reside in the City of New Smyrna Beach.

Duties: The Neighborhood Council shall be charged with providing advisory recommendations to the City Commission, Planning and Zoning Board, Historic Preservation Commission, or any other Board regarding neighborhood issues with city-wide implications; reporting on concerns and interests of the residents in the neighborhoods and in the City as a whole on a regular basis; serving as a liaison between the City and the neighborhoods to assist the City with disseminating information on development proposals, initiatives and projects; working to increase citizen participation in the governance of the City; encouraging opportunities to increase neighborhood communication, interaction and problem-solving; serving in an advisory capacity on issues brought forth by the City Commission for its deliberation and recommendation; and performing such other duties and assignments as requested by the City Commission or City Manager.