Public Safety Advisory Commission


Advisory commissions will not have standing monthly meetings but will meet to work on matters specifically assigned by the City Council, either as part of an annual work plan or by separate resolution. Meetings will be noticed in compliance with the Open Public Meetings Act, with agendas posted to the Event Calendar on the:

  • City's website
  • University Place Library, 3609 Market Place West
  • City Hall

Applications are currently being accepted to fill upcoming vacancies on the Public safety Advisory Commission. To apply, complete the application packet and email it to

CommissionerPositionTerm Expires
Amy BoothAt-LargeJanuary 31, 2024
Diane BendixenAt-LargeJanuary 31, 2026
VacantAt-LargeJanuary 31, 2024
Galina PerekopskyMulti-Family HousingJanuary 31, 2023
Jim KenoyerAt-LargeJanuary 31, 2026
Kim NordbyAt-LargeJanuary 31, 2026
Ruthann ReimAt-LargeJanuary 31, 2024

Non-Voting Representatives

  • Torey Heidelberg - School
  • Greg Premo - Police
  • Scott Adams - Fire

About the Commission

The Public Safety Advisory Commission is a group of seven at-large voting members and a non-voting representative from each Police, Fire, and School that act as Commission liaisons. They advise the City Council regarding public safety issues.