Community Affairs Advisory Board

CAAB Bike Safety Event Photo


The Community Affairs Advisory Board provides a vehicle to maintain a high quality of life through greater citizen participation by providing a conduit for cooperation and communication between the city commission and community; by making recommendations to the commission as appropriate of ideas for community improvement, civic projects and supporting various community events through CAAB funding, participation or full production. 

CAAB meetings are held on the first Wednesday of every month.  

The Community Affairs Advisory Board was created by ordinance and is located in the City's Code of Ordinances.  CAAB's enacting Legislation can be found in Article III,  Division 3 of the Code of Ordinances. Click here for direct link to Code section creating the Community Affairs Advisory Board.

If you are interested in serving on the Community Affairs Advisory Board, fill out the application, linked below, and submit to the City Clerk's Office, at  CAAB requires that applicants be residents of the City or a business owner in the City. 

Board/Committee Application

When there is a board opening applicants will be asked to attend the City Commission Meeting to introduce themselves to the Commission prior to selection and appointment.  Applications are held for one (1) year, expiring at the end of each calendar year.

2018 CAAB Goals & Accomplishments 
2019 CAAB Goals & Accomplishments



 Board Member  Term Expiration Date
Barbara Clabaugh 9/1/21
Michael Sansevero 9/1/21
Liz Vocasek 9/1/21
Robert Hadley  9/1/20
William Desautels 9/1/20
Ciatta Thompson 9/1/21
Bryan Wilson 9/1/20
 Johnnie Goodnight, Staff Liaison


 Community Affairs Advisory Board Agenda Center