Applications will close on Friday, March 31, for the city of Liberty Lake's Civil Service Commission, which will be reorganizing during 2023. The members of the three-person Civil Service Commission will regulate employment within the Liberty Lake Police Department, including making rules, establishing qualifications, administering tests, engaging in disciplinary action, and hearing any complaints related to the department.
Members of the commission are appointed by the mayor to a six-year term and will regularly meet once a month. Each candidate for the Liberty Lake Civil Service Commission must be a resident of Liberty Lake who has lived in the city limits for at least three years prior to appointment and must be a citizen of the United States.
For full details about the purpose, work, and structure of the Civil Service Commission, see the city's Ordinance #76 here. Civil service commissions are established by the state of Washington in RCW 41.12.
Those interested in being considered for the Liberty Lake Civil Service Commission can use the Application for City Advisory Boards and Commissions online form that is available here on the city's website.