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Posted on: May 3, 2022

Traffic Commission Vacancy

Traffic Commission Vacancy




May 2, 2022




Contact:        Jennifer Lee, Assistant City Clerk

                        (949) 707-2635


The City Council of the City of Laguna Hills, California, will be conducting interviews to fill one unscheduled vacancy on the City's Traffic Commission. The new appointee will serve until January 2025. Those interested in applying to serve a partial term on the Traffic Commission may receive an application from Jennifer Lee, Assistant City Clerk, at 24035 El Toro Road, Laguna Hills, California 92653, by calling (949) 707-2630, or on the City’s website at The deadline for receipt of applications is 5:00 p.m. Friday, June 3, 2022.

            The Traffic Commission is composed of five registered voters of the City of Laguna Hills and meets bi-monthly beginning in January of each year on the third Wednesday of every other month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chamber. The duties of the Traffic Commission include:

·                     Acting in an advisory capacity to the City Council to address local traffic safety and traffic control issues;

·                     Providing a forum for City residents to express their opinions, concerns, requests, and complaints pertaining to traffic safety and traffic control issues;

·                     Serving as an officially recognized source of public input to the City Council on matters pertaining to local traffic safety and traffic control matters;

·                     Encouraging broad citizen participation in the formulation of solutions to traffic safety and traffic control concerns;

·                     Reviewing and making recommendations on City traffic safety programs;

·                     Becoming familiar with, reviewing, and making recommendations on the City’s Traffic Signal Master Plan, traffic collision monitoring programs, establishment of speed limits, the Residential Traffic Management Policy, and general monitoring of traffic conditions within the City;

·                     Acting as a forum and promoter of public education activities related to traffic safety;

·                     Providing input to staff and making recommendations to the City Council pertaining to traffic safety capital improvement projects during the bi-annual budget development process; and

·                     Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with the City Council, staff, and public.

Pursuant to State law, all City Commissioners must have two hours of ethics training within the first year of assuming office and two hours of ethics training every two years while in office.

24035 El Toro Road

Laguna Hills, California 92653

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