Police Civil Service volunteer opportunities available
The City of Lake Stevens is seeking applicants for one vacancy on the Police Civil Service Commission. Interested applicants must complete and submit an application to be considered for an interview by the Mayor.
The City of Lake Stevens is a non-charter code city operating under the mayor-council plan of government. The City has an elected mayor and seven council members. The City’s three Police Civil Service Commission members serve six-year terms and are appointed by the Mayor with confirmation by the Council. Members of the Civil Service Commission serve as volunteers without compensation.
The Police Civil Service Commission holds evening meetings, as needed, on the fourth Monday of the month at 6:00 p.m. The Commission focuses primarily upon the selection, appointment, promotion and employment of Police Officers (except the Police Chief) within the City Police Department.
Be a citizen of the United States;
Be a resident of the City of Lake Stevens for at least three years immediately preceding such appointment;
Be an elector of Snohomish County.
At the time of any appointment, not more than two commissioners shall be adherents of the same political party.
Interested applicants must complete and submit a Civil Service Commissioner application to be considered for an interview by the Mayor. Completed applications should be returned to:
City of Lake Stevens
Attn: Steve Edin, Civil Service Chief Examiner
1812 Main Street
P.O. Box 257
Lake Stevens, WA 98258
For more information, or to receive an application, please contact Steve Edin, Civil Service Chief Examiner, at (425) 377-3227, or firstname.lastname@example.org .