Minneapolis Advisory Committee on Aging
The Minneapolis Advisory Committee on Aging (MACOA) advises the City Council, Mayor and City Departments of concerns relating to an aging population. The MACOA is a resource to the City Council, Mayor and City Departments and recommends solutions and actions pertaining to issues, concerns and opportunities pertaining to issues on aging. The MACOA also advises and suggests to the City Council, Mayor and City Department’s best practices, services, programs and activities that promote a healthy and vibrant aging community in Minneapolis.
2nd Thursday of each month
Room 333 City Hall
There are 17 seats on this committee. 13 seats are Ward representatives and 4 members at large seats are Mayoral and Council President recommendations, confirmed by City Council.
The voting ward members of this Committee shall be thirteen (13) members who will be older adults representing each ward of the City. There will be only one vote allowed per ward. Ward representatives must be residents of Minneapolis and 50 years or older. Ward members will be appointed and confirmed by the City Council.
Members-at-large can be from community organizations that serve older adults or have relevant skills/experience/education. Members-at-large may be vetted by the MACOA. Preference may be given to applicants who are 50 years or older and/or residents of Minneapolis.
The committee uses the City's open appointment process.
Term of Appointment
Last updated Jun 21, 2018