Volunteers who serve on any one of the formal Boards and Commissions work to execute the City Council’s broad visions. In addition, there are many groups and individuals who volunteer their time to help with city functions, facilities, and events. There are also established groups of volunteers who help support the parks, Public Library, and the Sheldon Performing Arts Theatre.According to City Council Administrator Kay Kuhlmann, “The volunteerism we see just in city government is a great indication that people in the community truly care about the quality of life here and are willing to invest their time and effort to contribute. Red Wing is really fortunate to have so many individuals in the community who are willing to commit their time and talents here.” Click here to volunteer.
If you would like serve with any of these groups, contact the staff liaisons listed in the links below for information about openings or click here for a Board/Commission application.
Commission and board members must live within the city limits during their service on the advisory body unless otherwise noted. The mayor makes recommendations based upon qualifications, community service, and experience. Approval of those recommendations is required by the City Council.
Although volunteers are already in place in many aspects of the city organization, board members and commissioners are always needed.
The following information describes each of the formal Boards and Commissions of the City of Red Wing.
Red Wing City Council and the Charter Commission share in the process for recommending appointments to the Charter Commission. If you would like to serve on the Charter Commission, contact the staff liaison listed in the links below for information about openings or Click Here for a Charter Commission application.
The following information describes the Joint Powers Boards and Commissions. If you would like to volunteer your time or talents to serve with any of these groups, contact the staff liaisons listed in the link below for information about openings.