Boards & Commissions
Interested in joining a County Board, Commission, Committee or Council? All interested parties must complete a Board, Commission, Committee or Council Candidate Application (PDF) prior to consideration for an open position. For more information you can contact the Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners Office at 908-788-1102 or the corresponding Department.
Find information about the Advisory Council, including meeting times, locations, and council members.
Get information about the Comprehensive Emergency Assistance Systems Committee.
The County Alliance Steering Subcommittee (CASS) is an advisory arm of the Local Advisory Council on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse (LACADA).
View the Development Review Committee agendas.
Discover information about the Human Services Advisory Council.
Access information about the Local Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.
Learn about the Hunterdon County Mental Health Board.
Access information about the parks and open space advisory committee.
Check out information on the Professional Advisory Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse.
Discover information about the Professional Advisory Committee on Mental Health.
Hunterdon County has established a Shared Service Committee to facilitate the coordination of services and information sharing between the County and local government partners in order to improve services and reduce costs of local government.
Learn more about the Solid Waste Advisory Council.
Explore information about the Transportation Advisory Committee.
View information about the Youth Services Commission (YSC).
The Hunterdon County Board of County Commissioners created the County Agriculture Development Board in 1980 in response to the public's interest in retaining the County's agricultural heritage.
The Construction Board hears appeals from the decisions of local government agencies (municipalities) within Hunterdon County by an appellant (i.e. building/home owner or their agent, or counsel representing appellant who is an established corporation).
The Cultural and Heritage Commission responsibilities include the "development of programs to promote interest and participation in and understanding of local history, arts, cultural values and goals of the community and state by working directly with arts and historical organizations, schools, religious organizations, service clubs, municipal governments and other interested groups and individuals."
The Hunterdon County Planning Board was established by the Board of County Commissioners in 1957 under the New Jersey County and Regional Planning Act of 1935.
The Commission works with the Hunterdon County Department of Public Works to help maintain and enhance the trees within County road rights-of way as well as provides advice to the Division of Parks and Recreation on trees within parklands.