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This group combines the former City Tree Commission and the Parks and Recreation Commission.

The Parks, Recreation, and Tree Advisory Commission acts in an advisory capacity to the City Council and Parks and Recreation Department on matters related to park, trail, and facility improvements, prioritization, and updates to the park master plan. The Commission also advises on matters involving Albany's urban forest, recommend policies for planting, removal, and care of public trees, and support maintaining Albany's status as a Tree City USA since 1994.

Members

Term of office: 3 years

NameAppointedByExpiresTerm*
Aaron Falotico1/11/2023Ward 2-a12/31/2023
VacantAPPLYMayor12/31/2023
Anna Roller1/11/2023Ward 3-b12/31/2024
Vacant — appointment pendingWard 1-a12/31/2024
Vacant — appointment pendingWard 3-a12/31/2025
VacantAPPLYWard 1-b12/31/2025
VacantAPPLYWard 2-b12/31/2025

*Appointments within six months of position start date are considered full term.
C = Chair, VC = Vice Chair

All appointees shall be residents of the city of Albany, defined as maintaining their principal place of residence within the corporate boundaries of the city of Albany as they exist at the time of appointment. Should an appointee no longer meet the residency requirement, the appointee will vacate the seat immediately and the appointing Council member shall seek a replacement as soon as possible. (RES 6797, 2019)

Staff Liaison

Kim Lyddane
Parks & Recreation Director
541-917-7769
kim.lyddane@cityofalbany.net

Upcoming Meetings

February 1, 2023, 6:00pm
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March 1, 2023, 6:00pm
Calapooia Room, City Hall

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Meeting Materials

 

There are no documents available for this group in 2023.

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Member & Staff Manual

This manual is intended to function as both a guideline and a governing framework for the City’s standing and ad hoc advisory groups.

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