Town of Fletcher, North Carolina

Town Committees

Through a variety of boards and commissions established by Fletcher Town Council, citizens can provide input on the policies that shape their government and their city. There are currently four boards that advise the Mayor and Town Council on a array of issues.

Board members serve as unpaid volunteers, but the rewards can be gratifying: members meet other residents with similar interests, they learn about the city, and they help shape the future of Fletcher. Being on a board does require a significant personal commitment, however, so applicants should consider their ability to commit their time and personal energy before applying.

To find out more about a specific board, please visit their individual web pages located under Town Committees. Board meetings are open to the public, so potential applicants are encouraged to sit in on monthly meetings. Meeting dates, times and locations vary, and are available on individual web pages.

If interested in serving, please fill out the Board Application.

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Coronavirus Information (COVID-19)

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