The City of Milford is excited to announce that it will be hosting a Boards and Commissions Open House on October 11, 2023. This event is designed to provide Milford residents with a unique opportunity to gain insights into the inner workings of their local government and explore ways to actively participate in shaping the future of their community.
The Boards and Commissions Open House will take place at City Hall on October 11, 2023 from 6:30-8:30pm. Residents of Milford are encouraged to attend this informative event, where they will have the chance to learn more about the various boards and commissions that play a vital role in the city's decision-making process.
Mayor Smith expressed the importance of this event, stating, "This Open House is an exceptional opportunity for our residents to witness the wheels of government in motion. It's not just about observing; it's about becoming an active part of the process. We want to empower our community members to get involved, share their ideas, and contribute to the growth and betterment of Milford."
The event will feature presentations from current board and commission members who will provide insights into their roles, responsibilities, and the impact they have on the community. Attendees will also have the chance to interact with these members and ask questions to better understand the opportunities available for civic engagement.
In an effort to enhance transparency and encourage broader community involvement, residents will also have the option to sign up with their interests and preferences during the event. This will enable them to express their willingness to participate in specific boards or commissions that align with their passions and expertise.
The City of Milford is committed to fostering a more engaged and informed citizenry, and the Boards and Commissions Open House represents a significant step towards achieving this goal. By providing residents with a platform to actively participate in local governance, the city aims to ensure that the voices of its community members are heard and valued.