The City Ambassador program is a program to further the City Council's Goal of enhancing Civic Engagement through work experience. The program assists the City in addressing major needs that are currently lacking with reduced staffing at a minimal cost, and allow the City to better serve the public. The program is administered similar to the Citizens on Patrol Program and Explorer Program at the Police Department.
City Ambassadors focus includes:
- Helping to coordinate City events
- Assisting with Code Enforcement
- Assisting with disseminating City information to the public
- Assisting with Economic Development efforts
- Conduct research, prepare documents, and other administrative functions.
City Ambassadors are non-paid volunteers who go through a selection process where ten Ambassadors will be selected. The minimum age requirement to be an Ambassador is (14) fourteen with no maximum age limit.
Ambassadors meet with the City Manager on the first and third Thursday of each month from 12pm to 1pm.
Ambassadors would be required to commit to volunteering a minimum of 10 hours per month in order to stay active as an Ambassador and may volunteer up to 19 hours per week.
Ambassadors are assigned tasks based on their areas of interest within the scope of Administrative functions.