Boards & Commissions

Thank you for your interest in participating with or serving on one of the City's many local and regional boards and commissions! 

The City Council is grateful to the many volunteers who give their time to help make Falls Church a better place to live, work and do business. You play an immeasurably valuable role in the development and oversight of City planning and policy. 

Those interested in becoming more involved in their City government are encouraged to review the information below or contact the City Clerk at 703-248-5014 (TTY 711) or email for information on how to apply for a position on a board or commission.

Swearing in Board and Commission Members
Solid Waste Management Plan Advisory Committee Meeting
Citizens' Advisory Committee on Transportation meeting
Urban Forestry Commission Meeting
Public Meeting
Public Meeting
Urban Forestry Commission meeting
Planning Commission Meeting
Human Services Advisory Council Member

General Information

City Boards and Commissions

Review descriptions, meeting information, and other details about City boards and commissions. Link to page.

Regional Boards and Commissions

Browse through a list regional boards and commissions and their descriptions. Link to page.

Task Forces, Work Groups and Committees

View a list of additional task forces, work groups and committees that serve our City. Link to Page.


See which boards and commissions have upcoming expiring terms and vacancies. Link to page.

Meeting Webcasts

Catch up on all the meeting videos and materials from varying boards and commissions in the City. Link to page.

Member Resources

Application to Join a Board or Commission

Fill out an application to apply for a current vacancy on a board. Make sure to review the requirements to serve before applying. Link to page.

Annual Forms

Find information about disclosure forms that must be submitted annually for specific boards and commissions. Link to page.

Legal Requirements

Read through the requirements boards and commissions must fulfill as presented in the City Code. Requirements include meeting notifications, quorum, minutes, and more. Link to page.