The Library Advisory Commission was originally created on June 21, 1960, by Ordinance 30 and re-established on November 14, 1996 by Resolution 3721. On May 28, 2020, Resolution 2020--28 dissolved the Library Advisory Commission and re-established it as a City Department-affiliated nonregulatory commission. The purpose of the Library Advisory Commission is to advise on matters relating to library services/requirement and to assist the City Librarian in promoting library services to the public.
The Library Advisory Commission meets bimonthly on the fourth Monday of each odd numbered month at 4:30 p.m. in the Sierra Vista Public Library Conference Room. Agendas and minutes can be found online.
|Alvin M. Slarve||12-31-2021|
|Emily Duchon, Library Manager | Staff Liaison|