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Posted on: December 2, 2016

[ARCHIVED] Want to Make a Difference in the Township?


The Township has various boards, commissions and committees comprised of volunteer residents who are interested in helping to shape the future of White Bear Township. By participating on one of these advisory bodies, volunteers make an important contribution to the Township. The input and recommendations to the Town Board on programs and issues ensure a strong public voice. Volunteers are one of the Township's most valuable assets.

Joining a Board or Commission

In order to be considered for a board or commission appointment you must be a resident of White Bear Township for at least one year and an application must be completed and submitted to the Township's Administrative Offices either by mail or email. Applications are then submitted to the Town Board for approval. Applicants are always welcome to attend the Town Board meeting and speak regarding their qualifications. New appointees will be notified of their selection and will be provided pertinent information relative to that specific board. 

Current Openings as of December 2, 2016:

Park Board 

  • Park Board - Members guide the development of Township parks, trails and plan Township Day. The Park Board meets the 3rd Thursday of each month at 6:30 pm at the Township's Administrative Offices.
  • Public Safety Commission - Members advise the Town Board on matters relating to health, welfare and public safety of White Bear Township. The Public Safety Commission meets the 1st Thursday of each month at 6:00 pm at the Township's Administrative Offices.
  • Utility Commission - Members advise the Town Board on matters pertaining to sewer and water service, refuse collection, disposal services, and storm water drainage. The Utility Commission Meetings on the 2nd Thursday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Township's Administrative Offices. 
  • VLAWMO Technical Commission (TEC) - The Township's representative helps to protect our lakes, steams, and wetlands by providing recommendations to the Board of Directors for projects and programs to support the Watershed's issues and goals. The representative will also assist in the development and execution of projects and programs in the VLAWMO Comprehensive Watershed Management Plan. The TEC meets the 2nd Friday of the month at 7:30 am at the Vadnais Heights City Hall.   

For more information please call the Township at 651-747-2750. Interested persons must submit an application for appointment to board or commission to the Township's Administrative Offices.

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