Office of Mayor William Peduto
City of Pittsburgh Still Seeking Volunteer Help for Boards, Authorities & Commissions

PITTSBURGH, PA (March 2, 2015) Roles are still open for volunteers interested in neighborhood issues such as building codes, disruptive properties and water bills, and for preservationists who can help oversee the City’s archives.

Last month the Peduto administration announced openings for several volunteer roles in City boards, authorities and commissions. Interest has been high in the positions, but the City is still seeking more applicants for the following:

Building Code Board of Appeals

Commission on City Archives

Disruptive Property Appeals Board

Water Exoneration Hearing Board

They are among the openings on nine bodies, all of which are listed here on the City website. Links for each group describe the volunteer roles and whether city residency or professional certificates are required for the positions.

The City is seeking well-qualified applicants for the roles who reflect the diversity of Pittsburgh as a whole.

Those interested may upload their information and resume to the website, as well as a brief personal statement. The Mayor’s Office will review the applications and choose appointees for each open seat available. Appointees must be confirmed by City Council.



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