Be a Part of Local Government in Action!
- Socialize & network with other student leaders
- Meet professionals & leaders involved in our community
- Learn how advisory bodies work with local governments
- Hours you volunteer, attend meetings & help with events count toward fulfilling community service hours
Learn about, suggest, and review policies, programs, and services related to youth issues. Assist with community special events, including the Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration, Holiday Toy Bank, Taco Bell Track Meet, and Centennial Park Adopt-a-Park Program.
Where & When
The Youth Commission meets after school on the first Wednesday of each month during the school year at Centennial Park. City Staff and City Council representatives are always present. Members can expect to dedicate approximately two hours monthly to Commission work.
Centennial Park White Oak Room
600 Nickerson Drive, Paso Robles
The Paso Robles Youth Commission was established in 1999 as an advisory body to the City Council. Members are selected through an application process and are involved in activities such as community service projects, youth conventions, and bringing special activities to the teens of Paso Robles.
Current Members and Terms:
|Date of Appointment||Term Expires|
|Cisneros, Valeria: Secretary||9/25/17||6/30/18|
|Morales, Brian: Vice-Chair||4/19/14||6/30/18|
|Seden-Hansen, Mason: Chair||5/5/16||6/30/18|
Term of Office:
2-year staggered term, 9 members/3 alternates
Lynda Plescia, Recreation Services Manager (805-237-3987)
Steve Martin (805-227-7210)