GET INVOLVED

Impact the Community!

 

Serve Hamden

Hamden’s Republican Town Committee (RTC) strongly encourages all registered Republicans to apply for appointments as Commissioners on Hamden’s Boards & Commissions where openings exist for Republican members or “Any Party” members, in fact, the Charter of the Town of Hamden specifically grants “Minority Party Representation.”  And, as Republicans, we should take advantage of this non-elective approach to influencing Town outcomes, ensuring transparency, and representing conservative values.

ATTEND MEETINGS

The Hamden Republican Town Committee meets the first Thursday of every month at the

Hamden Senior Center
2901 Dixwell Avenue, Hamden, CT
from 7:00 pm-9:00 pm.

 

Please join us at our next meeting.

Together we can
MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN HAMDEN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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OPEN BOARD &
COMMISION SEATS

There are numerous openings on the town of Hamden's many boards and commissions for Republicans and Undeclared voters.

 

Click the image to download the Board and Commissions Openings PDF.

“The Town of Hamden has over 37 volunteer boards and commissions with over 275 citizen volunteers participating. These boards have been created either by town charter, town ordinance or state statute. They have three, four, five or six-year terms of appointment, created by an expiration of appointment, or vacancies created by resignation, moving out of town or death. You can be re-appointed to a board and commission.”

Source: Hamden Town Website
www.hamden.com/292/Boards-Commissions

Click the image to download the Board and Commissions List PDF.

ALL BOARDS &
COMMISIONS
REASONS TO BECOME A COMMISSIONER
  1. Increase the visibility of the Hamden’s Republicans in leadership positions on the Town’s Boards & Commissions.

  2. Bring a fiscally conservative approach to decision-making through appointment to Hamden’s Boards & Commissions.

  3. Inspire all community members to attend regularly the meetings of the Town’s Boards & Commissions.

  4. Increase community awareness of issues before Boards & Commissions and how these issues will affect the Town.

  5. Ensure that the comments and concerns of community members are represented on the agenda and reported accurately in the minutes of appropriate Boards & Commissions.

HOW TO APPLY FOR A POSITION

You can apply for a Board or Commission which have been created either by town charter, town ordinance or state statute. They have
three, four, five or six-year terms of appointment.


How to Apply for an Appointment:
Write or email a letter of interest along with a current resume addressed to:


Vera A. Morrison, Town Clerk
Hamden Government Center

2750 Dixwell Avenue
Hamden, CT 06518


vmorrison@hamden.com
(203) 287-7162

Download Application Directions

Here!

Below is a list of all available documents that can be downloaded.

ALL DOCUMENTS
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