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The Scott County Board of Commissioners is looking for interested citizens to serve on the following advisory committees. Members of advisory committees are provided with a per diem and mileage reimbursement for attendance at meetings. If you have any questions or are interested in serving on one of these committees, contact Deb Brazil via email, or at 952-496-8601. For more information regarding a specific committee please click on the links below or to the left. Please note that some of the vacancies have incumbents who are eligible for being reappointed for another term.
All Hazards Committee
The All Hazards Committee consists of representatives from the fire service, EMS, hospitals, elected officials, citizens, public health, emergency management, medical director, medical examiner, county attorney, transit, environmental services, human services, and other Scott County departments. There is one citizen at-large vacancy on the Committee.
Board of Adjustment/Planning Advisory Commission
The Board of Adjustment/Planning Advisory Commission is comprised of seven members, one from each Commissioner District and two at-large positions. There are seven vacancies, one in each Commissioner District and two at-large positions.
Community Corrections Advisory Board
The Community Corrections Advisory Board is comprised of law enforcement staff, corrections staff, judges, attorneys, social services personnel, educators, and citizens. There are three citizen vacancies, one each in Commissioner Districts 1, 2, and 4.
Community Development Agency Board
The Community Development Agency Board is comprised of five members, one from each Commissioner District There is one vacancy in Commissioner District 4.
The Extension Committee is comprised of seven members, one from each Commissioner District and two youth at-large members. There are two vacancies, one each in Commissioner Districts 4 and 5.
Human Services Resource Council
The Human Services Resource Council consists of three representatives from each Commissioner District. There are nine vacancies on the Council with vacancies in all the Commissioner Districts.
Library Board of Advisors
The Library Board of Advisors consists of five members, one from each Commissioner District. There is one vacancy in Commissioner District 2.
Mental Health Local Advisory Council
The Mental Health Local Advisory Council has four at-large vacancies. Consumers or family members of consumers of mental health services, adults who received mental health services as children or adolescents, and representatives of Scott County's minority population are particularly encouraged to apply.
Parks Advisory Commission
The Parks Advisory Commission is comprised of seven members, one from each Commissioner District and two at-large members. There are seven vacancies, one in each Commissioner District and two at-large positions.
Personnel Board of Appeals
The Personnel Board of Appeals is comprised of three-at large members. There is one at-large vacancy.
Scott Watershed Planning Commission
The Scott Watershed Planning Commission is comprised of seven members, one from the Shakopee Basin/Prior Lake Spring Lake area, one from the Credit River Watershed, one from the Southwest Watershed, two from the Sand Creek Watershed, and two at-large members. There are two vacancies, one representing the Shakopee Basin and one representing the Sand Creek Watershed.
District 1, Commissioner Barb Weckman BrekkeThe cities of Belle Plaine, Jordan (precincts 1 and 2), New Prague (precinct 2), and Shakopee (precinct 5); and Belle Plaine, Blakeley, Helena, Jackson, Louisville, St. Lawrence, and Sand Creek Townships
District 2, Commissioner Tom Wolf
The cities of Elko New Market and Prior Lake (precincts 2 and 3); and Cedar Lake, Credit River, New Market, and Spring Lake Townships.
District 3, Commissioner Michael Beard
The city of Shakopee, precincts 1 - 4, 6 - 8 , 12A, and 12B.
District 4, Commissioner Dave Beer
The cities of Prior Lake (precincts 1, 4, 5, 6A, 6B, and 7) and Shakopee (precincts 9, 10, 11, and 13).
District 5, Commissioner Jon Ulrich
The city of Savage.