Boards and Commissions
Advisory Boards and Commissions
These boards and commissioners serve an advisory role, providing advice, research and residents' perspectives to the mayor and City Council.
Board Members: Please see ethics training materials at the bottom of this page.
Asian American Advisory Board
Better Jacksonville Plan Project Administration Committee
Citizen Planning Advisory Committees
Concurrency & Mobility Management Systems Technical Advisory Committee
Cultural Service Grant Program Committee
Duval County Election Advisory Panel
Hispanic American Advisory Board
Jacksonville Advisory Council on Sexual Assault
Jacksonville-Duval County Council on Elder Affairs
Jacksonville Housing & Community Development Commission
Jacksonville Waterways Commission
Jax Journey Oversight Committee
Jesse B. Smith Memorial Scholarship Review Committee
JIA Area Redevelopment Agency Board
Joint Planning Committee
Keep Jacksonville Beautiful: A Clean City Commission
Mayor's Advisory Commission on Television, Motion Picture & Commercial Production
Mayor's Commission on the Status of Women
Mayor's Council for Fitness and Well-Being
Metropolitan Jacksonville Area HIV Health Services Planning Council
Northwest Jacksonville Economic Development Fund Advisory Committee
Police & Fire Pension Fund Financial Investment & Advisory Committee
Ritz Theatre and Museum Board of Directors
Subdivision Standards & Policy Advisory Committee
TRUE-Taxation, Revenue & Utilization of Expenditures Commission
Victim Assistance Advisory Council
Young Leaders Advisory Council
Community Redevelopment Area Board
Community Redevelopment Area Board
Oversight Boards and Commissions
These boards and commissions serve in a oversight capacity and may allocate city funding within some programs.
Art in Public Places Committee
Better Jacksonville Financial Administration Committee
Board of Library Trustees
City of Jacksonville Retirement System Board of Trustees
Cultural Council of Greater Jacksonville
Duval County Job Opportunity Board
Duval County Tourist Development Council
Jacksonville Children's Commission
Public Service Grant Council
Regulatory Boards and Commissions
Regulatory boards and commission exercise regulatory authority, such as the power to make rulings and impose penalties in accordance with various sections of the Ordinance Code.
Building Codes Adjustment Board
Civil Service Board
Construction Trades Qualifying Board
Context Sensitive Streets Standards Committee
Downtown Development Review Board
Environmental Protection Board
Jacksonville Ethics Commission
Jacksonville Historic Preservation Commission
Jacksonville Human Rights Commission
Tower Review Committee
Value Adjustment Board
Independent and Quasi-Independent Boards and Agencies
The authorities and commissions listed below are integral to the smooth operation of Jacksonville's city government, in most cases provided oversight and quidance to city agencies that provide key services to its residents.
Downtown Investment Authority
Duval County Research & Development Authority
JAA-Jacksonville Aviation Authority
Jacksonville Health Facilities Authority
Jacksonville Police & Fire Pension Board of Trustees
JHA-Jacksonville Housing Authority
JHFA-Jacksonville Housing Finance Authority
JPA-Jacksonville Port Authority
JTA-Jacksonville Transportation Authority
Important legal information for all current or potential board and commission members from the City's Ethics Officer:
All Board and Commission members should attend an ethics training session every three years. These will be held quarterly at City Hall at noon and also at 5 p.m.
Bi-Monthly Ethics Training for Boards & Commissions
Offered every other month at the times and location listed below :
Lynwood Roberts Room, City Hall, First Floor
- Thursday, October 12th at 12:00-1:00 p.m.
- Thursday, December 7th at 12:00-1:00 p.m.
If you are interested in volunteering to serve on one of the City's boards or commissions, please visit the Appointment Opportunities page.
To review a summary of individual boards and commissions' prior year activities, meeting information, membership, and assessment of effectiveness, please visit the Boards & Commissions Annual Reports page.
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