Community Activities Commission
Front row (from left), Commissioners Tony Ventrella, Diane Lewis, Russ Segner and Youth Liaison Jennifer Heng
Back row (from left), Commissioners Patti Magers, Debbie Polsin, Jim Price and Kim Van Atta

Your Community Activities Commission

The Newcastle Community Activities Commission is comprised of seven community members who volunteer their time and expertise to serve as a review and advisory body to the City Council on City-owned park planning, design, and construction, park and facility development, renovation, trails and paths, recreation programs and special community events. Commissioners also directly volunteer their time to accomplish city objectives and to make events happen. The commission performs duties assigned annually by the Council.

The commission meets the second Wednesday of each month at City Hall starting at 7 p.m. Questions concerning the commission or its activities can be directed to christinac@newcastlewa.gov. Community Activities Commissioners can be contacted by sending an email to the staff liaison or sending an email to commissioners directly by clicking their names below.



Members

NAME

POSITION

TERM

Patti Magers

Commissioner - Position 3

07-31-2021

Nathan Stix

Commissioner - Position 4

07-31-2022

Kim Van Atta

Commissioner - Position 5

07-31-2022

Debbie Polsin

Commissioner - Position 6

07-31-2022

Diane Lewis

Commissioner - Position 7 (Chair)

07-31-2023

Vacant

Commissioner - Position 8

07-31-2023

Ed Flash

Commissioner - Position 9

07-31-2023


You can make a difference by volunteering to serve on the Community Activities Commission. When a position becomes vacant, the city conducts a competitive selection process. Residents of Newcastle, or its potential annexation areas as found in the Comprehensive Plan, submit letters of interest, resumes and applications to the City Clerk. A selection committee made up of the Mayor, the Commission Chair, and an additional representative chosen by the Mayor review applications and select candidates for interviews. Following interviews, the Mayor makes a decision about who to appoint. Members of the Council then review the Mayor's recommendation.

For more information, contact the City Clerk's office at 425-649-4444.

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