Calling all potential civic leaders – City of Plano boards and commissions have several positions available

If you want to get involved in any part of city functions, there are several positions available for Plano boards and commissions.

The city of Plano has several positions available across multiple committees and boards, leaving many ways for Plano residents to get involved.

Applications are open for the following:

  • Animal Shelter Advisory Committee
  • Board of Adjustment
  • Building Standards Commission
  • Collin Central Appraisal District
  • Community Relations Commission
  • Cultural Arts Commission
  • DART Board
  • Heritage Commission
  • Library Advisory Board
  • Multicultural Outreach Roundtable
  • North Texas Municipal Water District Board
  • Parks and Recreation Planning Board
  • Planning and Zoning Commission
  • Plano Housing Authority
  • Retirement Security Plan Committee
  • Senior Advisory Board
  • Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone No. 2 and No. 3 Boards (East TIF and Silver Line TIF)
  • Tax Increment Financing Reinvestment Zone No. 4 Board (Collin Creek TIF)

“I define community engagement as not only being in the community, but being a part of the community. One of the popular ways our citizens get involved is through our City Boards and Commissions where you can serve your passion and serve Plano,” Mayor John Muns said. “There are a number of opportunities available which help advance key City initiatives. If you are interested in contributing to the community, we eagerly await submission of your application to join our team. Get engaged in Plano!”

Those applying for boards or commissions are required to be residents of the city for at least 12-consecutive months, have a current and valid voter registration, adhere to the Code of Conduct, have no financial interest in a contract with the city and attend at least 75% of regular meetings.

Additional information regarding meeting times, term limits and applications are available online.

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