201 4th Street SE
Rochester, Mn 55904 (Map)
To further the goals of the established Code of Ethics, the City of Rochester Ethical Practices Board (Board) was formed via city ordinance in December 2008. The Board originally consisted of five citizen members. However, in April 2017, the Rochester City Council expanded the Board to seven citizen members who are appointed by a committee consisting of the President of Rochester Community and Technical College, the Chancellor of the University of Minnesota Rochester and the highest ranking officer of the Olmsted County Bar Association not associated with the Rochester City Attorney’s Office. Members serve either a two or a three year term and may serve up to two consecutive terms.
**Applications are now being accepted through July 31, 2020 for three positions on the City of Rochester Ethical Practices Board. Residents are invited to apply for one of these volunteer positions through the City's employment application system. https://www.rochestermn.gov/government/boards-and-commissions. Meetings are held during the week in daytime hours