Are you interested in serving on a Village Committee, Board or Commission?
Applications are being accepted.

Add Your Voice, Create a Vision

Public involvement is an important and valued part of local government. You can make a difference by becoming a volunteer member of a Village committee, board or commission. Get involved and play an active role.

Parks, Recreation & Forestry Committee: Responsible for making recommendations on the park budget and other Park and Recreation issues. (Meets 4th Tuesday of the month at 5:30 p.m.)

Economic Development Committee: Act as an advisory committee to the Village Board and staff for the continual improvement of the business climate in Allouez, consistent with the existing residential character of the community. Primary focus is placed on business retention, business expansion, business recruitment, & business networking opportunities. (Meets 1st Friday of the month at 8:00 a.m.)

Historic Preservation Committee: Work closely with the Historic Allouez Society and the newly formed Brown County Trust for Historical Preservation to jointly work on promoting awareness, education, and protection of our history. (Meets quarterly at 6:00 p.m. on 4th Wednesday- January, April, July & October)

Public Works Committee: Provide oversight of the public works annual budget and funding for capital projects, input to operations services and long-range planning, and such other matters as requested by the Village Board. (Meets monthly at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday following 1st Village Board Meeting)

Plan Commission: Responsible for review of plats, changes in zoning ordinances and recommendations on zoning requests. (Meets 4th Monday each month at 6:00 p.m.)

Board of Appeals: Responsible for granting or denying special exceptions to the zoning code. (Meets 2nd Monday of each month at 5:15 p.m. if petitions are filed)

Board of Review: Responsible for making decisions on property assessment. (Meets once a year)

Board of Ethics: Responsible for reviewing any ethics complaints filed and reviewing the Village’s Ethics Code. (Meets once a year & as needed basis)

If interested, fill out the attached application & return to Village Hall. For additional information, please contact Carrie Zittlow, or by phone (920) 448-2800.