Town of Hope Mills announces committee vacancies

By Staff Report, posted 2 weeks ago

The Town of Hope Mills is encouraging resident participation in governmental decisions. There are vacancies on several Town committees for public consideration. 

Descriptions of the various committees/boards are listed below. Committee memberships are reserved for town residents and individuals are encouraged to serve on only one committee, but may serve on up to two. 

For more information visit our website at Boards & Committees | Hope Mills, NC - Official Website here, or email the Town Clerk, at


Established by town ordinance, the Appearance Commission seeks to enhance and improve the visual quality and aesthetic characteristics of the town. (Seven members.)

When they meet: the 4th Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm.

Where they meet: Hope Mills Recreation Center.


Provides representation for the citizens of Hope Mills in partnership with the Town Parks and Recreational Department and the Town Board of Commissioners in promoting, encouraging and increasing support for the town’s artistic and cultural assets as well as working to integrate arts and culture into community life.

When they meet: the 2nd Thursday of each month at 6 pm

Where they meet: Hope Mills Parks and Recreation Center.


Working closely with the town’s Parks & Recreation Department, this committee seeks to recommend and plan programs of recreation activities and events. In addition to the regular

membership there is one liaison member who represents the Hope Mills Youth Association.

(Seven regular members & one liaison member.)

When they meet: the 4th Monday of each month at 6:30 p.m.

Where they meet: Hope Mills Recreation Center.


The committee is composed of town residents who are armed services veterans. The

members of this committee advise the town on affairs related to our active and retired

military citizens.

When they meet: the 4th Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

Where they meet: Hope Mills Recreation Center.


Board of Adjustment is a quasi-judicial board responsible for ruling on appeals, variances and special uses in the town of Hope Mills. (Five members and two alternates.)

Revised: January 18, 2024

When they meet: The Board of Adjustments meets as is required and notice of Special

Meeting is given.

Where they meet: Town Hall - Bill Luther Board Meeting Room.


The committee advises the governing body on issues related to historic identification and preservation. The Committee has seven voting members.

When they meet: the 2nd Wednesday, monthly at 6:00 p.m.

Where they meet: Oakman Chapel on South Main.


The Committee was established to advise the Hope Mills Board of Commissioners (BOC) on issues relevant to the attraction, retention and engagement of Hope Mills residents between the ages of eighteen to thirty-nine. The committee is dedicated to improving communications with the BOC regarding the quality of life for young adults by providing recommendations related to programs and actions that affect this age group.

When they meet: the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.

Where: Hope Mills Recreation Center.

*This board is currently on hiatus, but still accepting applications.

It is important to note that this application may be considered a public record and as such,

portions may be subject to release under North Carolina General Statute Chapter 132,

Public Records. 

If you or anyone else you may know is interested in serving on these boards, please complete an application. Applicants must reside inside the Hope Mills Town limits or within the Municipal Influence Area; at the discretion of the Hope Mills Board of Commissioners and in compliance with any State or Federal regulations.

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