Utah OHV Advisory Council Seeks Two Representatives
SALT LAKE CITY — The Utah Division of Parks and Recreation is currently seeking two representatives to serve on the Utah Off-Highway Vehicle Advisory Council.
The open positions to be filled are for the “At-Large Representative” and the “Off-Highway Vehicle Safety Representative.”
The purpose of the Off-Highway Vehicle (OHV) Advisory Council is to represent various OHV groups as decisions are made regarding OHV laws, rules and programs. The council meets up to four times a year and makes recommendations and suggestions to maximize the effectiveness of the OHV program. Their input is sought for matters that concern the general OHV community.
The 12-member OHV Advisory Council is appointed by the Board of Parks and Recreation. Each member of this council is appointed to serve a four-year term and will represent a specific user group. Members must be an active OHV enthusiast, an advocate of the sport, and have a passion for OHVs.
Applications and supporting materials for the open positions are being accepted until end-of-day, Friday, January 8, 2021. Supporting documentation must include at least one letter of support from an organized OHV association, organization, club, or group, and may include letters of recommendation from a land managing agency familiar with your OHV related work, personal references, or any other information which attests to your qualifications for this position.
Learn More About the OHV Advisory Council
Download the OHV Advisory Council Application (.doc)
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