South Bend Common Council looking for citizens to serve on standing committees

SOUTH BEND, Ind. -- The South Bend Common Council needs your help! The council is seeking for citizens to serve on a handful of their standing committees. Think you are up for the job?

Citizens of South Bend can now apply to serve on a handful of standing committees for the council. These committees include topics such as community investment, health and public safety, zoning, residential neighborhoods, utilities and more.

Applicants must be a resident of the city for at least one year, and be available to meet on a regular basis. The goal of incorporating ‘real people’ is to include a diverse set of voices when making these decisions that directly impact the residents of South Bend.

“With this day in age of time, it is just in time for us to work together, we have ARP funds coming in and want to make sure people have a high quality of life,” says Sharon McBride, President of South Bend Common Council. “So, we are encouraging citizens to join and bring their talents and learn about local government and have a seat at the table and be an added voice when we are passing these resolutions.”

Learn how to apply here.

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