Baltimore County Resources

Boards and commissions

The County has a large number of boards and commissions made up of unpaid volunteers, appointed by Councilmembers or by the County Executive, to provide a means for citizen input on various County issues and projects.

Boards/Commissions/etcMeetsScheduleAgendasMinutes/Actions/
Results/Decisions
Charter Review Commission 1st and 3rd Wednesdays, 6:30 pm Schedule/Agenda Minutes
School Board 2nd and 4th Tuesday, evening Schedule Agendas Minutes
Planning Board 1st & 3rd Thursdays 4:00 pm, Jefferson Bldg. Schedule/agendas Minutes
Liquor Board Monday 1:00 pm Schedule/Agenda (then click on meeting date in left column) Hearing results
Board of Rec & Parks 2nd Wednesday, 6 pm Schedule Minutes
Commission on Environmental Quality 4th Wednesday, 7:00 pm --- --- Annual reports
Projects/Reports
Landmarks Preservation Commission 2nd Thursday, 6:00 pm, Jefferson Bldg. Schedule/agendas Minutes
Landmarks list
Tobacco Free Baltimore County Coalition 3rd Wednesday, odd months    
Commission on Aging 3rd Tuesday, 9 am    
Agricultural Advisory Board 2nd Tuesday, 5:30 pm
Ag Center
Schedule/agendas Agenda/Minutes
Animal Hearing Board 1st and 3rd Tuesday, 9:30 am    
Commission on Arts and Sciences 1st Tuesday, 4:00 pm    
Commission on Disablities 3rd Wed, 12:30 pm    
Telecommunications Advisory Panel      
Commission for Women      
Commission on Veteran's Affairs      
Pedestrian and Bicycle Advisory Committee 2nd Tuesday, 4:00 pm Schedule/agendas Minutes
Design Review Panel 2nd Wednesday Schedule/agenda Minutes
Advisory Council on Physical Fitness   Created by Bill 15-14  
Animal Services Advisory Commission 3rd Tuesday, 6:30 - 8:30 pm Schedule/agenda Minutes
Food Policy Task Force   Schedule/agenda Minutes

As can be seen from the above list, there are volunteer boards in virtually every subject, giving any citizen the opportunity to help in the operation of the county, and to have an effect on the outcome. Those who constantly complain without doing something constructive are not being responsible citizens. Many of these boards are short of members.

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Updated 7 May 2017 by MAP