Boards and Committees

Mayor Lincoln serves on the following Council Committees and Boards:

  • California State University Stockton center Site Authority - Member
  • City-County Coordinating Committee - Member
  • City Selection Committee - Member
  • Delta Colation - Member
  • League of California Cities Central Valley Division Executive Committee - Member
  • San Joaquin Area Flood Control and Water Conservation District - Member
  • San Joaquin Partnership Board of Directors - Member
  • Local Area Formation Commission (LAFCo) - Member

 

City Charter Boards, Commissions & Committees

The Mayor's committees are established under the City of Stockton Charter, Section 1102. Powers and Duties of the Mayor, paragraph (h), are advisory to the Mayor (see External Links below).

 

 

Mayor Lincoln Advisory Committees

The City of Stockton Charter allows the Mayor to establish advisory boards and ad hoc committees as necessary or desirable to advise and assist in the work of the Mayor. The members of such advisory boards or ad hoc committees are advisory to the Mayor and do receive any compensation.

 

Mayor Lincoln has established three (3) ad hoc committees.

  • There is no required membership composition for these committees.
  • To qualify you must be a resident of Stockton/San Joaquin County.
  • Meetings will take place on an as-needed basis at a location to be determined.

Please contact the Office of the Mayor for additional information about these committees, assignments, and the selection process. 

 

Contact

Nadeja Steager

425 N. El Dorado St.

Stockton, CA 95202

(209) 937-8499

 

Mayor's Interfaith Council (MIC)

The function of this committee is to advise the Mayor in matters related to uniting the greater faith-based community by voluntarily serving the City through programs and initiatives across multiple disciplines that address city-wide humanitarian issues.

 

Stockton Homeless Alliance Advisory Committee (SHAAC)

Service on this committee includes identifying City/County homeless resources by forging alliances, fostering (public, private, nonprofit) organizational collaboration, and advising the Mayor on matters related to opportunities for homeless mitigation solutions with the potential for restoring well-being and improving the quality of life for all Stocktonians.

 

Stockton Tech Advisory Council (STAC)

Technology leaders across multiple industries serve to provide strategic guidance to the Mayor to bridge the digital divide throughout the community. The committee will advise the Mayor on matters of economic development in the technology sector and vet concepts for potential future programs and initiatives.

 

Boards, Commissions, and Committees

For Board, Commission, and Committee appointments by all members of the Council, please visit the Boards & Commissions webpage.

 

External Links


City of Stockton Charter, Section 1102. Powers and Duties of the Mayor

 

This City of Stockton web page last reviewed on --- 5/4/2021