Cosumnes CSD Seeks Members for New Advisory Committee

From The CCSD | 

The Cosumnes Community Services District is accepting applications for members, who are highly-motivated and have a passion for community, to serve on a new volunteer advisory committee.

Volunteer advisory committees are an integral part of local government, intended to provide advice and recommendations from a resident’s perspective. Advisory committees help plan the future of their communities, bringing together disparate views that might not otherwise be heard. 

The newly formed Landscape & Lighting Districts Advisory Committee will be primarily responsible for making recommendations to Cosumnes CSD regarding park and landscape maintenance budgets, projects and planning. Committee members will gain the opportunity to work alongside others who value parks, landscape maintenance, sustainability and the environment.

Committee members will serve 3-year terms, and regular meetings will be scheduled six times per year. An ideal committee member is willing to provide updates on the state of landscape maintenance in their neighborhoods, support outreach efforts, and assist with volunteer maintenance events.

The committee will consist of 16 members and one seat will be reserved for a youth member entering their freshman, sophomore or junior year of high school. This provides a unique opportunity for students to learn about local government and serve their community. 

Cosumnes CSD encourages residents to take advantage of this chance to become a neighborhood leader and help build community. 

To learn more about the Landscape & Lighting Districts Advisory Committee and to download an application, visit or contact Josh Branco at 916-405-5300. All applications must be received by 5 p.m. on Wednesday, March 25 for consideration.

The Cosumnes CSD serves an estimated 205,000 south Sacramento County residents in a 157-square mile area. Its award-winning parks and recreation services – including the operation of 98 CSD parks – operate exclusively within the Elk Grove community. It provides fire protection and emergency medical services for the cities of Elk Grove and Galt and unincorporated areas of south Sacramento County.


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