Communicate your concerns and praises!
Citizens Golf Advisory Council
The Citizens Golf Advisory Council (CGAC) was established in 1984 by the Parks and Recreation Department. The purpose of the council is to provide a forum giving interested citizens and golf patrons the opportunity to communicate with Parks and Recreation staff - to offer suggestions and recommendations for the improvement of the golf courses to include: maintenance, food and beverage, tournaments, fees and the pro shops.
The council is a volunteer citizen body that serves without pay and is appointed by the Phoenix Parks and Recreation Board based on recommendations of the Director. Members serve a three-year term and are eligible to serve two consecutive terms.
The CGAC meets bi-monthly (September, November, January, March and May) on the
third Wednesday of the month (with summer recess generally June, July and August), at the Golf Administration Office, 2705 N.15th Ave. The meetings are open to the public and are a forum to voice public concerns and suggestions. The meeting agenda is posted on the city's public meeting website below, 24 hours prior to each meeting.
Meetings are subject to cancellation if a quorum is not reached. Call (602) 534-6204 for meeting confirmation or refer to the website above.
Request to Serve!
If you are interested in serving on the Citizens Golf Advisory Board, please send your letter of request and resume to:
1802 W. Encanto Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85007
or e-mail: Rob.Harman@phoenix.gov
Allen Jackson, Chair
� Stu Tinkelman
Other Related Information:
View Citizens Golf Advisory Council By Laws here: CGAC By Laws
For more information on the CGAC, call Rob Harman, (602) 256-3369