CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION
# of Members: 5
2 Year Terms
Compensation: $100.00 per meeting and expenses
Hillary Potter, 12/31/2013
Anna Flores, 12/31/2013
Cecilia E. Mascarenas, 12/31/2014
Neil G. Berlin, 12/31/2015
Federico Alvarez, 12/31/2015
Function: The Commission's duties, powers and responsibilities include establishing, fostering and maintaining a merit personnel system providing for the selection and appointment by the Manager of Safety of those determined to be the best qualified entry-level applicants and promotional candidates to the Classified Service of the Denver Fire and Police Departments. The Commission is also responsible for establishing and administering a disciplinary and disqualification review process for members of the Classified Service.
Qualifications: The Commissioners shall be citizens of the United States. Two (2) members of the Commission shall be appointed by the Mayor, Two (2) members of the Commission shall be appointed by City Council, and One (1) member of the Commission shall be nominated by the Mayor and appointed by ordinance or resolutoin of the Council. Meets: Monthly on the second and fourth Fridays at 8:30 a.m. at the Welllington Webb Building, 7th Floor Civil Service Commission Office.
Composition: In making appointments to the Commission, the Mayor and City Council shall consider the diversity of the citizens of the City & County of Denver.
Meets: Monthly on the first and third Fridays at 9:30 a.m. at the Wellington Webb Municipal Building, 201 W. Colfax Avenue, Denver, CO 80202.
Contact: Earl Peterson, Executive Director, (720) 913-3351, Fax (720) 913-3373, firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information visit the Civil Service Commission website.
Enabling Authorization: City Charter 9.3.1