The City of San Angelo is seeking a volunteer to serve on the Civil Service Commission, which principally hears appeals from firefighters and police officers on disciplinary actions, terminations and promotional examinations.

In hearing the appeals, the role of the three-member commission is to determine whether civil service rules and regulations were obeyed. The commission meets on an as-needed basis. Commission members are appointed by the city manager and confirmed by the mayor and City Council. Commissioners serve a three-year term. To serve on the commission, applicants must meet the following criteria:

  • Be of good moral character, a citizen of the United States and a resident citizen of San Angelo.
  • Have resided in San Angelo more than three years.
  • Be older than 25.
  • Not have held any public office within the preceding three years.

Interested citizens can obtain an application at the City Boards & Commissions link (under the City Government heading) at the City’s website, sanangelotexas.us, or in the City Clerk’s office on the third floor of City Hall, 72 W. College Ave. Completed applications can be returned to the City Clerk’s office or e-mailed to alicia.ramirez@sanangelotexas.us.

For more information, contact Human Resources Director Lisa Marley at lisa.marley@sanangelotexas.us or 657-4221, or City Clerk Alicia Ramirez at alicia.ramirez@sanangelotexas.us or 657-4405.