Interested in Serving?
Participation on county boards and commissions involves citizens directly in local government in an impactful way and provides the Board of Commissioners with timely input on important issues. Members of Benton County's various advisory boards and committees are unpaid volunteers who devote numerous hours of their time to these community activities. In all there are 26 advisory boards, commissions and committees and members may serve up to two consecutive terms. Members are appointed by the Board of Commissioners to fill vacancies, which have set terms.
For more information about Benton County advisory boards and committees or the application process can contact Teresa Farley at 541-766-6890, or by email.
You can fill out an application online.
|Board or Committee||Opening|
|Bicycle Advisory Committee||Yes (3) - County Residents|
|Board of Property Tax Appeals*||No|
|Budget Committee*||Yes (1)|
|Charter Review Committee||No|
|Citizen Advisory Committees||No|
|Corvallis-Benton County Library Board||No|
|Courthouse Preservation Committee||No|
|Disposal Site Advisory Committees*||
Yes (3) - Residents of Adair Village, Monroe or Unincorporated Area of Benton County
|Environmental Issues Advisory Committee||Yes (4) - County Resident|
|Food Service Advisory Committee*||Yes (2) - General Public|
|Historic Resources Commission*||
|Law Enforcement Review Committee||No|
|Mental Health, Addictions and Developmental Disabilities Advisory Committee*||Yes (4) - Service Users|
|Natural Areas and Parks Board||Yes (1) - High School Student|
|Planning Commission||Yes (1) - County Resident|
|Public Health Planning Advisory Committee||Yes (1) - Health Care Practitioner|
|Roads Advisory Committee||Yes (1) Benton County Resident|
|Solid Waste Advisory Council*||Yes (3) - Residents of Adair Village, Monroe or Unincorporated Area of Benton County|
|Special Transportation Advisory Committee*||
* State Mandated Board