Committee Vacancies

Be a voice for your community.

Are you thinking of serving on a committee? This is a great way to get involved in your local community! 

Please browse the various committees below and submit your application, along with your resume, for consideration. Please note that all  committee appointments are unpaid, volunteer positions. 

Citizens Advisory Committee:

The Citizens Advisory Committee (CAC) provides public input to the MCAG Governing Board on transportation planning and transit issues. The 17 members are appointed by the Board and consist of representatives from 12 business and government fields and five at-large members (see bylaws). The committee provides recommendations directly to the MCAG Governing Board. The CAC meets the first Friday of the month at 8:30 am; meetings are currently being held via Zoom. 

Current vacancies: 

  • Student
  • Small Business
  • Citizen at Large
  • Citizen at Large
  • Commerce/Finance
  • Engineering
  • Construction
  • Real Estate

If you are interested in being appointed to this committee, please fill out the application and email it to Maria Ceja

Citizens Oversight Committee:

This 14-member committee was appointed by the MCAG Governing Board to review Measure V financial and performance audits, and reports from member agencies. The Citizens Oversight Committee (COC) is designed to reflect the diversity of the County. The COC meets four times a year and participates in the annual report to inform the public how Measure V funds were spent.  

Current vacancies:

  • Private Sector Employer
  • Environmental Advocacy Group
  • City of Dos Palos
  • City of Livingston

If you are interested in being appointed to an at-large committee seat, please fill out the application and deliver it along with your resume by email to info@mcagov.org. If you are interested in a position on this committee as a representative of a City/County please contact the City/County clerk's office. 

Social Services Transportation Advisory Council:

The purpose of the Social Services Transportation Advisory Council (SSTAC) is to solicit the input of transit-dependent and transit disadvantage persons, including the elderly, persons with disabilities, low income persons, and youths regarding transit needs in Merced County. The SSTAC meets annually for the Unmet Transit Needs process, as required by the Transportation Development Act. 

Current vacancies:

There are no current vacancies for the SSTAC.

If you are interested in being appointed to this committee, please fill out the application and email it to info@mcagov.org.