Commissions Supported by the department

PARKS AND RECREATION COMMISSION

 

Pat Brady:

Pat is the Administrative Coordinator for the Lompoc facility of Good Samaritan Services, Inc. She is always active in the Community and a member of many Boards and Committees. A native "Lompocan", she and her husband, Jim, have 2 children, 3 grandchildren and 2 great-grandchildren. They enjoy traveling to warm climates.

 

Patricia Coggin:

Patricia lives in Lompoc with her husband, Bruce. She is a teacher with the Santa Barbara County Education Office. She also serves on the Boards of the Library Foundation and the Lompoc Housing and Community Development Corporation.

 

Beverly Kennedy:

Beverly is a 41-year resident of Lompoc, and has served on the Board of Directors of: Lompoc Youth Football, Lompoc Little League, Lompoc Babe Ruth, and Lompoc Girls Softball. She has also served on the Repair Hyuck Stadium Committee.

 

Craig McNamee:

 

 

Arlen Sechrest:

 

The Parks and Recreation Commission consists of five members appointed by the City Council. Commissioners serve 4-year terms and must be residents of the City. The Commission meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm at the Dick DeWees Community Center. Generally, the Commission has broad range powers governing parks and recreation activities in the community.

General Functions:

The Parks and Recreation Commission has the following powers and duties:

  • The power and authority to hold public hearings and meetings to conduct investigations and surveys for the purpose of obtaining facts and data concerning programs of community recreation.

  • Upon approval by the City Council of the recommendations of the Commission relative to a program of community recreation, the power to establish and enforce rules of conduct governing such a program and the organization, management and control thereof.

  • Such powers as are expressly granted by the City Code as are granted by the motion of the City Council. The City Council may by motion regularly pass, grant to the Commission such additional powers and duties as seem expedient and necessary to carry out the purpose of the City Code.

  • The Commission shall be an advisory to the City Council on the subject of City parks and community recreation, concerning the organization, management, promotion and conduct of programs for community recreation and for the development and maintenance of parks.

The Commission may adopt such rules and regulations as it may deem necessary to carry out its functions.

SENIOR COMMISSION

MARY LOU PARKSCHAIR
ROBERT KENNEDYCOMMISSIONER
NOEL LOSSINGCOMMISSIONER
ARVAN WASHINGTONCOMMISSIONER
SHIRLY GARCIACOMMISSIONER

The Senior Commission consists of five members appointed by the City Council. Commissioners serve 4-year terms and must be residents of the City. The Commission meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 11:15 am at the Lompoc Valley Community Center. Generally, the Senior Commission defines senior needs in the community and engages in community planning for the development of needed senior services.

BEAUTIFICATION & APPEARANCE COMMISSION

BECKY BARRITT 
DONALD BUCK 
JAMES DUNLAVEY 
MICHELLE SCHUEFFER 
BARRY WEAVER 

The Beautification & Appearance Commission consists of five members appointed by the City Council. Commissioners serve 4-year terms and must be residents of the City. The Commission meets the second Tuesday of each month at 7:00 pm in the Lompoc City Hall Administrative Conference Room. Generally, the Beautification & Appearance Commission engages in projects that beautify the community and also assist in the managing of the City's street tree program. General Functions:

The Beautification and Appearance Commission shall recommend and act in an advisory capacity to the City Council in all matters pertaining to the beautification and appearance of the City of Lompoc and its environs, including the following duties:

  • To stimulate public interest in the overall community appearance and to preserve and enhance the natural features of the Valley of Flowers.

  • To encourage citizens, the business community and governmental agencies, in the planting of trees, flowers and shrubs and the like.

  • To encourage cooperation and coordination among private citizens to improve and make more attractive their residential and commercial property.

  • To advise the City Council relative to Urban Forestry operations, policies and procedures.

  • As requested by the City Council, Planning Commission or other City agency or department, to prepare special appearance reports relative to areas and conditions of public interest and concern.

  • To make an annual written report to the City Council on or before the first day of April of each year, which shall include projects completed in the past year, projected projects, and solicit Council in put for future projects.

  • The functions and duties of the Commission as contained herein shall not be construed as prohibiting the Commission from initiating such studies and preparing such reports concerning conditions and problems regarding City beautification and appearance, which its membership feels warrant the attention of the Commission and the consideration of the City Council.

The Commission may adopt such rules and regulations as it may deem necessary to carry out its functions.

Lompoc Parks & Recreation Department - 125 West Walnut Avenue - Lompoc, California 93436 - (805) 875-8100

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