New Volunteer Opportunities
Environmental Advisory Council
Malvern Borough is seeking applications from residents to serve on the newly established Environmental Advisory Council. There are seven (7) seats on this body. This body was established as an advisory board to Borough Council in 2019 through the adoption of Ordinance. #2019-10. Functions of this body include the following:
Individuals will be appointed to the following initial terms: two (2) members for two (2) years, two (2) members for three (3) years, and three (3) members for four (4) years. After the initial term, all members will be appointed to three (3) year terms.
Malvern residents who are interested in serving the Community on these committees may apply by sending a letter of interest and resume to the Borough Manager.
|Malvern Borough has openings on its various volunteer boards & committees. Below is a list of vacancies on the Borough’s boards and committees.
Planning Commission: There are currently two (2) vacancies on the Malvern Borough Planning Commission.
Zoning Hearing Board – Alternate Member: There is currently one (1) vacancy on the Zoning Hearing Board for an alternate member. The individual appointed will complete a term that expires on January 1, 2022. This individual appointed will be permitted to participate in all meetings and discussion, but would not vote unless designated to do so by the Chair. This would include instances where a member is either absent, has recused themselves from a topic of discussion, or is disqualified by the governing body.
Parks & Recreation Committee: There is currently one (1) vacancy on the Malvern Borough Parks & Recreation Committee. This position carries a five (5) year term. The individual appointed will complete a term that expires on January 1, 2021.
Malvern residents who are interested in serving the Community on these committees may apply by sending a letter of interest and resume to the Borough Manager at:
Borough of Malvern
|Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund Board
The Paoli Battlefield Preservation Fund (PBPF) is dedicated to protecting, preserving and promoting the historical significance of the Paoli Battlefield through the funding and development of educational programs and conservation activities including historical tours, reenactments, research, publications, lectures/workshops and restoration of the property to its indigenous state.