The 2030 Advisory Council is an ad-hoc committee to the Mayor. This Council is comprised of twenty Framingham residents ages 21-35. The goals of the Council are to foster community engagement, facilitate communication with City Hall and give an important voice on behalf of the interests of younger residents to generate improvements, support policies and social justice.
To advise the Mayor on improving the quality of life for young-adults in Framingham. To create an effective dialogue and strategic recommendations with a community focus on areas like housing, governance, finance and economic development.
Pursuant to Article III, Section 3(b) of the Charter, the Mayor shall strive to the extent practicable to seek appointees to the Council reflecting both demographic and geographic diversity of membership (p. 24). We strive to build a strong group of committed individuals who reflect the ethnic, social and economic diversity of Framingham.
The 2030 Advisory Council shall be comprised of two members from each district and two at-large members from the business community. The Council will elect a Chair, Vice-Chair, and clerk from the district. Members follow the Open Meeting Law (OML), Ethics and Conflict of Interest Laws. Members abide by the Local, State and Federal Rules and Regulations.
2030 Advisory Council members are appointed by the Mayor.
Meeting dates/occurrence: Monthly