The Town of Culver is looking for a few good citizens interested in volunteering to help the community.

Culver Clerk Karen Heim has released a list of board and commission seat openings. She said, “This is a great way to serve the community as well as be involved in decisions that can craft the future of Culver.”

The Culver Plan Commission has two open seats next year that are appointed by the town council president.  They are four-year terms and to follow state statute the commission must be politically balanced so the appointees should be a democrat or independent.

The Culver Board of Zoning Appeals has two open seats next year.  One seat is appointed by the town council president and the other is appointed by the town council. Both positions have a four-year term.

The Culver Redevelopment Commission has five seats to fill for 2024.  Two of the seats are appointed by the council president and the remaining three are appointed by town council members.  All five appointments are for one-year terms.

The Culver Tree Commission has three seats open for 2024.  All three Tree Commission seats are appointed by the Culver town council for three-year terms beginning in September.

The town council also has one appointment for 2024 with the Library Board.

To serve in these positions, you must be a resident of the Town of Culver and have lived in Culver for at least a year.

If you are interested in serving on one of these boards or commissions, please complete an application online and e-mail it to or print it out, fill it in, and return it to Town Hall, 200 East Washington. The deadline to submit applications is 4 p.m., on Thursday, January 4. The Culver Town Council would like to make appointments at their January 9th meeting.