Boards & Commissions
The City of Fife currently has openings on the Public Arts Commission. If you are interested in becoming more involved with your community and would like to serve, please fill out and submit the General Board and Commission Application (PDF).
Application for Appointment
You can submit your application via email to Brodie Rota or send to:
City of Fife
5411 23rd Street E
Fife WA, 98424
Function & Responsibilities
Boards and Commissions are groups of citizens and interested individuals that advise the City Council on important topics. The decisions reached by these groups are passed on to the City Council as recommendations. Some board and commission positions are appointed by the City, while others are open to residents via an application process.
Watch Fife City Council Meetings on Television
City Council meetings can be viewed on television:
- Comcast Channel 22
- Thursdays at 8 p.m.
- Fridays at 8 a.m.
- Saturdays at 2 a.m.
- Comcast On Demand
Northwest TV and Radio,
All agendas, packets, and minutes are also available at City Hall.
The Civil Service Commission is responsible for the recruitment, testing, hiring and promotion of Fife Police Department employees.
Fife’s Lodging Tax Advisory Commission was established to advise the City Council on how to use City lodging tax revenue for tourism purposes.
The Fife Parks Advisory Board advises the Parks and Recreation Department on issues related to parks, community events, community facilities, and recreational programming.
The Fife Planning Commission reviews staff proposals, holds public hearings, and submits recommendations to the City Council on amendments to the Comprehensive Plan, development plans, and area-wide zoning proposals and text amendments.
The mission of the Fife Public Arts Commission is to identify and actively encourage the development and sustainability of the arts in the City by serving as the City’s primary resource in matters of public art and culture.
The Youth Commission shall be responsible for encouraging full and active participation in government by the young people of the community; establishing a forum for meaningful open communications among young people; establishing a direct communications link between young people of the city and City Council; and promoting and developing leadership skills of Youth Commission participants.