CLEARFIELD -- The city is looking for four residents to be part of the city's parks and recreation commission.
The commission consists of up to nine appointed Clearfield residents and acts as the eyes and ears of the community regarding issues pertaining to parks and recreation.
These people provide the residents' perspective when it comes to helping city administrators and elected officials evaluate city programs, activities and services.
Each commissioner is assigned a specific park, which that commissioner monitors for such problems as vandalism, broken equipment, trees and so on. The commission meets the third Tuesday of each month.
Commissioners are appointed by the Clearfield City Council and serve a three-year term.
Those interested are asked to submit a letter of intent to Eric Howes, Community Services Director, 55 S. State St., by Oct. 21.