Did you miss your chance to serve on the Sister Cities Committee? The City recently closed the application window for the Sister Cities Committee, which was extended to Friday, December 4, at 5 pm.
The Sister Cities committee is a part of Sister Cities International, which was founded in 1956. According to their website, they have “worked to create global relationships based on culture, education, information and trade exchanges. Since our founding in 1956, SCI has brought communities across the globe closer together to tackle humanity’s most pressing issues. Sister city relationships provide mutual benefits to communities far beyond traditional one-off exchanges—they reach every part of their community and improve quality of life.”
Sister Cities Committee to Explore Relationships with Cities in Other Countries
The City notes that “Committee members will report to the City Commission with their findings as they and explore relationships with Sister Cities International cities in Caribbean countries, Latin America, Europe and Israel.”
Currently, there are over 100 cities in Florida participating in the program.
To apply for a board position on any of the Tamarac boards, click here. Deadlines may vary; boards include:
- Parks and Recreation
- Public Art
- Sister Cities
- Planning Board
- Veterans’ Affairs