The 19 members make recommendations to the City Council regarding the youth in Chandler. The members learn about city government, develop leadership skills and provide community services and participate in various programs, events and fund-raisers that benefit Chandler youth.
Are you a high school student in Chandler who wants to make a difference in the community? Apply for membership, and help support our youth.
The members provide quarterly representation at the Park and Recreation Board meetings. The committee represents a cross-section of all middle, junior high and high schools serving residents of Chandler.
Meetings are usually held the 2nd Tuesday of every month at the Chandler Community Center, 125 E. Commonwealth Avenue, at 6 p.m. Call 480-782-2710 for information.
Requirements: 19 members (2 year term); appointed by City Council; representing a cross-section of all High Schools serving Chandler. Must be a resident in Chandler.
The term of each member shall be for two (2) years, and each member shall serve until his/her successor is appointed and qualified. Any vacancy in office during the term shall be filled by the Mayor with approval of the Council for the unexpired term.
Teen Town Hall
Our annual Teen Town Hall event brings together teens from the community to discuss issues of concern to Chandler's teens and offer recommendations for practical solutions the community can implement. All private and public high schools within the City of Chandler are invited to participate through their career centers. Please contact your school counselor to register.
|Members (19)||Term Expires|
|Hiyun Lee, Vice-Chair||05-01-2022|
|Dhanya Charan, Chair||05-01-2022|
|Amitesh Bharati, Secretary||05-01-2022|
Nia Fanaika, Recreation Coordinator I 480-782-2730
To obtain an application for the Mayor's Youth Commission, please contact Trevor Groth, Recreation Coordinator I at 480-782-2730.
If you have any questions, call the City Clerk's Office at 480-782-2181.