The Community Development Advisory Committee (CDAC) holds public meetings and hearings regarding Community Development Block Grant topics on a monthly basis. The CDAC then makes recommendations to the City Board of Directors. The CDAC consists of five citizens, each serving a term of 4 years. Hot Springs Code Section 2-8-34 contains a complete description of the committee's duties and responsibilities as well as qualifications for membership. Click here to read the relevant sections of the municipal code.
The Committee Meets every first Thursday of the month, 1 p.m., in the City Hall Board Chambers.