Lodi Senior Citizens Commission
- Hutchins Street Square
- Holz Room
- 125 S. Hutchins Street
- Lodi, CA 95240
- MEETS: 1st Thursday of each month at 8 a.m.
Agendas and Minutes
For information regarding this agenda, please contact Tyler Ashbaugh, Recreation Manager, at 209-333-6742or by email.
Pursuant to Section 54954(a) of the Government Code of the State of California, agendas are posted at least 72 hours in advance of a regularly scheduled meeting (or 24 hours in advance of a special meeting) at the Carnegie Forum (southeast entrance, ground level), 305 West Pine Street, which is a public place freely accessible to the public 24 hours a day. Agendas are also posted in the City Clerk’s Office (2nd Floor) and City Hall Lobby, 221 W. Pine Street; at Worknet, 631 E. Oak Street; and on-line.
NOTE: All staff reports or other written documentation relating to each item of business referred to on the agenda are on file in the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department, 230 W. Elm Street, Lodi, and are available for public inspection. If requested, the agenda shall be made available in appropriate alternative formats to persons with a disability, as required by Section 202 of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (42 USC Section 12132) and the federal rules and regulations adopted in implementation thereof. To make a request for disability-related modification or accommodation contact the Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Services Department as soon as possible and at least 24 hours prior to the meeting date.
The seven members of the Lodi Senior Citizens Commission are appointed by the Lodi City Council and serve four-year terms. Members of the Lodi Senior Citizens Commission must be registered to vote in San Joaquin County at the time of application.
To contact the Lodi Senior Citizens Commission, please call 209-333-6742, or email the liaison.
The purpose of the Lodi Senior Citizens Commission is to advise the City Council and City staff on all matters relating to policies and programs that will serve all senior citizens of the community. This includes collecting public comment and other information to determine the needs of seniors in the community, and promoting programs that accomplish that goal.
Interested in Serving?
If you are interested in serving and want to know more about participating in your local government, a Commissioner's Handbook: A Guide for Community Volunteers was created to orient commissioners on the functions and activities of City commissions, to contribute to the general knowledge and understanding of public affairs, and to aid in identifying the scope and parameters of a commissioner's duties and responsibilities. Thank you for your interest!