Youth Chair: Kylie Kerr
Youth Vice-Chair: Ava Schafbuch
Council Liaison: Kathy Miller
Meets: 2nd and 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:30 P.M. at the Petaluma Community Center, 320 North McDowell Boulevard, Petaluma, 94954.
The Youth Commission consists of up to 35 members as follows:
- Up to eight adults (ages 21 or older), appointed by Council from the community at large, and who shall be voting members. Members shall live within local school district boundries. Members shall serve two-year terms.
- Up to twenty youth (eighth grade through age 20), appointed by Council, and who shall be voting members. Members shall live within local school district boundries. Members shall serve two-year terms.
- Up to five youth advocates (eighth grade through age 20), appointed by Council, and who shall be non-voting members. Members shall live within local school district boundries. Members shall serve two-year terms.
- One liaison from the Recreation, Music, and Parks Commission (RMPC), selected by RMPC, and who shall be a voting member. The RMPC Liaison shall serve a one-year term.
- One liaison from the City Council, chosen by the Council, and who shall be a voting member. The Council Liaison shall serve a one-year term.
The purpose of the commission is to be an advocate for the well-being and development of youth through age 21 in the City of Petaluma and in the five areas of their mission: health, safety, recreation, jobs, and community engagement.
|Leah Ahmed||PACS McKinley School|
|Giselle Aragon Garcia||Petaluma High School|
|Isabel Davido||PACS McKinley School|
|Lea Fabian-Davis||Petaluma High School|
|Steven Frias||Casa Grande High School|
|Jannely Garcia||Petaluma High School|
|Maya Greenburg||Petaluma High School|
|Serena Horvath||Petaluma High School|
|Kylie Kerr, Youth Chair||Petaluma High School|
|Christina Lang||Petaluma High School|
|Liliana Licon||Petaluma High School|
|Suraj Rajan||Petaluma High School|
|Fabian Romo Macias||Petaluma High School|
|Sophia Ryan||Petaluma High School|
|Devin Ruy||Petaluma High School|
|Ava Schafbuch||Petaluma High School|
|Lucas Stevenson||Petaluma High School|
|Olivia Taylor||Petaluma High School|
|Jorge Villalobos-Brizuela||Petaluma High School|
|Henry Winter||Petaluma High School|
|Samantha Woolley||Petaluma High School|
|Huizhi Yang||Casa Grande High School|
Permits are an important part of how the City keeps buildings and spaces safe. Permits allow us to make sure construction meets codes, and are made to protect human life during a fire or earthquake.
by Ingrid Alverde