Interested in becoming a Commissioner?

The Alameda County Public Health Commission is actively recruiting volunteers to fill five (5) At-Large positions. All interested Alameda County residents who are supportive of the improvement of the health and well-being of residents living in Alameda County are encouraged to apply by filling out the required application.
Applications will be reviewed by the Public Health Commission, taking into consideration the Commission’s strong commitment to ethnic and geographic diversity.  All Commission appointments are subject to approval by the Board of Supervisors.  Each term shall be for two (2) years with a maximum tenure which reflects current Board policy. 
The primary objective of the Public Health Commission is to serve as an advisory body to the Board of Supervisors and the Health Care Services Agency in the areas of Public Health, primary care and criminal justice medical services. The current focus of the Commission is on health equity, maternal and child health, and chronic disease prevention.
Since1853, the Board of Supervisors has encouraged citizen involvement and expertise to assist the Board in serving the community. Boards/Commissions were established to help the Board deal with the many and varied duties and responsibilities of local county government. These Board/Commissions are created by State or Federal law, County ordinance or by action of the Board of Supervisors and provide forums for citizen input and accessibility to county government. It is the intent of the law that their actions be taken openly and that their deliberations be conducted openly.  The Board relies on these groups to advise them on a wide-range of issues affecting their constituencies, and to assure they are responsive to community needs.
For more information about the Public Health Commission, or to complete the application, please see the How To Join tab.

Open Filing Date: Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.