City of Menifee accepting applications to fill vacancy on Quality of Life Measure Oversight Committee

The City of Menifee is currently accepting applications from residents to fill the existing vacancy on the city’s Quality of Life Measure Oversight Committee. Applications will be accepted until March 11 at 5 p.m. An appointment to the Committee is expected to take place on or after April 6. The term of office will end in December 2022.

The position will require attendance at two regularly scheduled meetings per year and other special meetings as called. Applicant must be a current Menifee resident, registered voter, and not be a member of any other city commission, city office, or a city employee.

Passed by Menifee voters in November 2016, the Quality of Life Measure (also known as Measure DD) approved a one-cent sales tax to provide local funding that cannot be taken by the state. The funding provided by the measure has allowed the city to maintain and enhance numerous city services including emergency preparedness, police and fire services, and road safety and traffic mitigation.

The committee is responsible for reviewing, monitoring, and overseeing the appropriation of the sales tax proceeds and to make recommendations to the city council to ensure the proposed use of sales tax proceeds is consistent with the purpose of Menifee’s Quality of Life Measure.

Each city council member selects one committee member from their respective district. The current vacancy is for the mayor’s appointee and applicants can reside within any city council district to qualify. For more information regarding the position and to access the application, visit or contact the City Clerk’s office at 951-672-6777.


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