The Park Advisory Board is an advisory body to the City Council and makes recommendations on all park related concerns and issues. The Board is established by the City’s Charter for the purpose of planning, promoting, and maintaining a diverse park system for residents of all ages. Functions of the Board include holding neighborhood meetings, receiving resident input, conducting surveys, addressing funding strategies, evaluating and recommending capitol improvements for new and existing park facilities, reviewing residential, Commercial, and industrial developments for park dedication, conducting public meetings and workshops for citizen involvement in the park planning process. The Park Board consists of seven members appointed by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council for two-year terms.
The Park Board meets the 4th Tuesday of each month at 7:00 PM in the Council Chambers at Blaine City Hall. All meetings of the Board are televised on the City’s municipal cable channel 16.