Elected officials and city staff rely on input from volunteer Boards and Commissions. Aspen is fortunate to have interested and dedicated citizens to serve on a variety of boards and task forces. Some of the boards require one to be a resident of the city, others require curiosity.
City Boards current openings as of December 2015.
Click here for a board application.
Click on a board or commission below for additional information:
Board of Adjustment
Historic Preservation Commission (HPC)
Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z)
Local License Authority (LLA)
Commercial Core and Lodging Commission (CCLC)
Next Generation Advisory Commission
Building Code Board of Appeals
Wheeler Opera House Board of Directors
Kids First Advisory Board
Roaring Fork Transit Agency (RFTA)
Arts and Non-profit Grant Review Committee
Open Space and Trails Board
If you have questions about a board or commission, contact the Clerk's Office Directly.