Member Sought for City of Medford Community Preservation Committee

Mayor Stephanie M. Burke is seeking to fill one general public position on the City’s Community Preservation Committee (CPC).  The CPC consists of nine volunteers, including four members from the general public and a member from each of the following bodies: the Community Development Board, the Conservation Commission, the Historical Commission, the Housing Authority, and Park Commission.  The CPC is tasked with implementation of the Community Preservation Act in Medford, which includes annually updating the Community Preservation Plan, reviewing project applications, and making recommendations to the City Council for use of the City’s Community Preservation Fund on eligible projects relating to community housing, historic preservation, open space, and outdoor recreation.  The CPC generally meets one to two evenings a month, however when the CPC is considering applications for funding, it is possible that additional meetings will be held.  

Applicants for appointed general public positions must be Medford residents and cannot be City of Medford employees.  To apply, send letters of interest and qualifications by February 16, 2018 to or mail to City Hall-Mayor, 85 George P. Hassett Drive, Room 202, Medford, MA 02155.  


For more information regarding the Medford CPC, please visit