CREEDMOOR — City officials are seeking qualified applicants for vacancies on the Board of Adjustment, and for applicants to fill positions on two newly established advisory committees, the Creedmoor Veterans’ Organization and Creedmoor Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission.

The Board of Adjustment is seeking one city resident, and one county resident to represent the Creedmoor ETJ. Volunteers with knowledge or interest in land-use and zoning issues are encouraged to apply. The Board of Adjustment renders binding decisions that considerably affect the value of properties and the rights of individual citizens within the city and its ETJ. The city resident appointee will serve until January 2024, and the ETJ appointee will serve until January 2023. The ETJ appointee will receive final approval from the Granville County Commissioners. The Board of Adjustment meets at 7 p.m. on the first Monday of February, May, August and November. Board members receive a stipend of $50 per meeting attended.

The Creedmoor Veterans’ Organization is a newly formed committee whose purpose is to advise the city manager on issues concerning veterans and their families and make recommendations to Creedmoor commissioners on how the city can better serve our veterans. Officials are seeking one representative who is a female veteran; one representative who is a family member of a veteran; and five at-large veteran positions. All members will serve staggered one- or two-year terms.

The Creedmoor Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Commission is a newly formed commission whose purpose is to advise the city manager and the commissioners on advancing the principles of diversity, inclusion and equity in the city, and make recommendations on how the city can better serve all citizens. The commission will consist of eight at-large positions appointed by city commissioners, who will make every effort to recruit a diverse pool of applicants that represent all facets of Creedmoor and represents the true diversity of the community. Commission members will serve staggered one- or two-year terms.

For more information, including the application for appointment, visit our website to view additional information about serving on a Creedmoor advisory board or committee (https://www.cityofcreedmoor.org/news/city government/appointed-boards-committees). All interested applicants must fully complete an application, and submit a professional resume for review by the Board of Commissioners. Completed applications may be returned the following ways: in person at City Hall (111 Masonic St.), mailed to P.O. Box 765 Creedmoor, NC 27522 (Attn: Terry Hobgood, city clerk) or by email to thobgood@cityofcreedmoor.org. A first review of applications will be conducted by the Board of Commissioners at the July 6 meeting.