To apply to serve on the District 19 Community Services Board of Directors, contact your locality Clerk of Council (for city) or Clerk of the Board of Supervisors (for county). If you need assistance with this process or have questions about Board of Director requirements, please contact Lisa Newby at email@example.com or call (804) 862-6082.
*Compensation for Board of Directors meeting attendance includes $50.00 per meeting plus mileage reimbursement.
§ 37.2-501. Community services board; appointment; membership; duties of fiscal agent.
A. Every city or county or any combination of counties and cities, before it shall come within the provisions of this chapter, shall establish a community services board with no less than six and no more than 18 members. When any city or county singly establishes a community services board, the board shall be appointed by the governing body of the city or county establishing the board. When any combination of counties and cities establishes a community services board, the board of supervisors of each county or the council of each city shall mutually agree on the size of the board and shall appoint the members of the community services board. Prior to making appointments, the governing body shall disclose the names of those persons being considered for appointment.
Appointments to the community services board shall be broadly representative of the community. One-third of the appointments to the board shall be individuals who are receiving or who have received services or family members of individuals who are receiving or who have received services, at least one of whom shall be an individual receiving services. One or more appointments may be nongovernmental service providers. Sheriffs or their designees also shall be appointed, when practical. No employee of the community services board or employee or board member of an organization that receives funding from any community services board shall be appointed a member of that board.
No community services board shall be composed of a majority of local government officials, elected or appointed, as members, nor shall any county or city be represented on a board by more than two officials, elected or appointed.
The board appointed pursuant to this section shall be responsible to the governing body of each county or city that established it.