Parks & Community Engagement Advisory Board

Parks & Community Engagement Advisory Board members are volunteers who support city parks and recreation programs by fostering public interest in events and activities, participating in programs, and soliciting participation from community organizations and the general public.   

The board also serves in an advisory capacity, making recommendations to the city council regarding the development and operations of public parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities. 

Details about the Board's membership and duties are outlined in Municipal Code 2.60.


Board members are volunteers appointed by the Mayor for a term of three years; the youth representative serves a two-year term, from September of the first year through June of the second year. 

Members meet monthly with city staff and participate in Parks & Recreation activities throughout the year.

Position NumberMemberTerm Expires
1Camille Stephens12/31/2024
2Jennifer Rosenberger12/31/2023
3Michelle Yenderrozos
4Chris Brown 12/31/2024
(Youth Position)
Skyler Fridriksson 6/30/2025
6Brett Richardson12/31/2025
7Stefani Leavitt12/31/2023

Board Application

Apply online for Parks and Community Engagement Advisory Board

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Board volunteers are a vital component in the success of local government and the community.  

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