Citizen Advisory Committee
The Village of Shorewood formed a Citizen’s Advisory Committee to provide another means for residents to communicate with and be directly involved in their Village government. Committee members are appointed by the Village President (Mayor) and serve without compensation. The committee reviews and makes recommendations on various village issues, and is a forum for exchange of information on these matters.
The Shorewood Police Department incorporated the Neighborhood Watch Program into the Citizen Advisory program to avoid redundancy and prevent confusion in communications. A representative of the Shorewood Police Department attends each meeting to exchange ideas, discuss matters of mutual interest, and inform members of the Committee about issues that might be of concern to their neighbors.
Although residents are always encouraged to contact their Village Administrator, Trustees, and President, they also can contact their neighborhood representative on the Citizen’s Advisory Committee to ask questions, raise concerns, or give opinion on issues. The Committee meets on the 4th Thursday of every month at 7:00 p.m. at the Village Hall.
Click here to see the list of Citizen's Advisory Committee members who represent their subdivision in the Village of Shorewood.