Fargo residents invited to apply to serve on newly formed Sustainability and Resiliency Committee
The city's newly created Sustainability and Resiliency Committee is seeking three members.
FARGO — The city of Fargo has invited residents to apply to become committee members of its newly-created Sustainability and Resiliency Committee.
The committee is seeking three members. Meetings are scheduled to take place at 3 p.m. on the second Tuesday of each month. The average monthly time commitment is between three and six hours.
Committee members are responsible for developing recommendations for the city's sustainability and resiliency actions, promoting environmental stewardship in the city, and evaluating the city's existing sustainability efforts and potential for improvement.
"The Sustainability and Resiliency Committee represents an incredible opportunity to activate residents in an effort to create a cleaner, more sustainable and environmentally-friendly community," Committee Chair and Fargo City Commissioner John Strand said via news release. "This is truly one of the greatest and most lasting impacts an individual can make for Fargo. The work of this committee will reverberate in this community for generations."