Consists of 22 residents, ten of who represent and reside within the neighborhood districts of the city and twelve who represent the community as at-large members. The committee provides a means for the community to obtain information on the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, assists in the evaluation and preparation of the CDBG yearly application, participates in monitoring the implementation of the CDBG program, and reviews the City’s annual CDBG budget.
City Council regularly seeks interested Cleveland Heights residents to serve on its boards and commissions. If there is an area where you feel your expertise, interest or experience would be of value, please fill out the online Boards and Commissions Application.
In general, the Citizens Advisory Committee meets at 7:00 pm on the 3rd Tuesday of each month in the Executive Conference Room located in Cleveland Heights City Hall.
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