City of Thousand Oaks Seeks Applicants for Community Funding Review Committee

(Thousand Oaks, Ca) The City of Thousand Oaks is currently seeking applicants who are interested in serving on the Community Funding Review Committee. The Community Funding Review Committee reviews Sports Facility Endowment Fund (SFEF) and Community Enhancement Program (CEP) funding requests and makes recommendations to City Council for allocation.

Recruitment has been extended to July 23, 2018

Ideal applicants like to assist non-profits with awarding grants for their various projects. This committee reviews grant applications and makes recommendations for allocations, meeting 4-6 times throughout the year. There are currently three (3) scheduled vacancies; term to July 2020 and one (1) unscheduled vacancy; term to July 2019, on the Community Funding Review Committee.

This committee is composed of seven members, that serve two-year, rotating terms.

To apply, an applicant must be a City resident. Recruitment is scheduled to close June 21, 2018. For further information on committee functions, please contact John Brooks, (805) 449-2472 or

Applicants are vetted using a standard review process, and if selected, will be appointed. Applications and additional recruitment information may be accessed on the City’s Website at

Application materials may also be requested from the City Clerk Department, 2100 E. Thousand Oaks Blvd., (805) 449-2151 or


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