Submitted by Colleen Doyle for the Town of Bedford
The Town of Bedford is always looking for volunteers to help on town committees. Currently there are a few openings, but throughout the year new openings pop up and we’d love to have a nice pipeline of names of interested residents. So, if you are thinking about helping out, we encourage you to attend a meeting or two and fill out a questionnaire for the committee you are interested in and submit it so that we can keep you posted.
All meetings are open to Bedford residents and schedules are on the town website. If you are unsure and would like to talk to someone, feel free to reach out to the Chair of a committee or someone on the committee. Contact info is also on the town website.
Current openings for which the Town is actively seeking volunteers, and the number of open positions; click each link to learn more about the committee, then print the Volunteer Coordinating Committee’s questionnaire and apply!
Arbor Resources – needs 2
Community Preservation Committee – needs 1
Conservation Commission (as of July 1st) – needs 1
Council on Aging (as of July 1st) – needs 1
Cultural Council (as of July 1st) – needs 2
Energy Task Force (as of July 1st) – needs 1
Historic Preservation Commission (as of July 1st) – needs 1
Recreation Commission – needs 1
Transportation Advisory Committee – needs 2
Residents interested in applying should contact members of the Volunteer Coordinating Committee at https://www.bedfordma.gov/volunteer-coordinating-committee and filling out a Volunteer Questionnaire for one or more position. Questionnaires are also available from the Town Manager’s office.