Millcreek Youth Council
2021 Best of State Winner
Best Youth Organization
Applicants must be Millcreek residents or attend a high school in Millcreek, and must be entering ninth through twelfth grades. A map of Millcreek’s boundaries and area high schools may be found HERE Version OptionsMillcreek Youth CouncilHeadline Requirements Requirements Requirements Requirements Requirements.
The goal of the Millcreek Youth Council is to teach Millcreek youth about municipal government and provide opportunities for community service in both formal and social settings.
Youth Council members are expected to commit 5 to 10 hours per month for service projects and Youth Council meetings. Members must ensure that they are able to make Youth Council a priority and set aside the necessary time in their schedule to attend meetings and activities.
The Youth Council is limited to 25 members. If a student is no longer able to fulfill their duties on the Youth Council, they should inform the Youth Council Advisor so that another deserving student may take their place.
The Millcreek Youth Council helps inform the Mayor and City Council of the needs and wishes of the youth in our City. In addition, the Council assists with a variety of events and activities such as:
- Venture Out
- Canyon Rim Day of Service
- Millfreaks in the Park
- Lions Club 4th of July Parade
- Local Officials Day at the Legislature
- Other city events
The 2021-2022 term begins June 7, 2021.
Council meetings will be held at Millcreek City Hall on the first and third Monday of the month, each month, from 5:00 PM to 6:00 PM during the school year, and from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM from June-August. Meeting schedules may be adjusted to accommodate for national and summer holidays.
How to Apply
The application period for the 2021-2022 term is now closed. Applications for the next term will be available May 2022.
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For additional information, email the Youth Council.