City of Allen boards, commissions and committees advise the City Council on a variety of issues. The majority of appointments are for two-year terms with no term limits, although a few have three-year commitments. Terms are staggered, with half of the membership appointed each year. Terms follow the City's fiscal period and begin October 1.
The City of Frisco has numerous board & commission opportunities available for citizens of the City of Frisco. Please click here to visit their website for the various boards & commissions along with a description of each opportunity.
The McKinney City Council encourages all citizens to consider becoming actively involved in city government by serving on a city board or commission. Board and commission applications are kept on file for one year.
A City Council sub-committee will conduct interviews of applicants interested in serving on a city board and/or commission. These interviews will be conducted in July and August of each year and will be open to the public. Appointments are made by City Council in August / September each year.
The effective term begins October 1 for all new and reappointed board and commission members.
Most of the City of Plano's standing board, commission, and committee appointments are made during the annual process (July through September). Applications may be submitted at any time and will be considered should openings occur during the year. In addition to boards and commissions, the City Council may, from time to time, appoint short term committees for special purposes.
All boards and commissions shall act in an advisory capacity to the Town Council with the exception of the Board of Adjustment/Construction Board of Appeals, which has quasi-judicial authority. Click here to visit the website and review the duties of Boards and Commissions.
To assist in the governing process, the City of Wylie utilizes various boards and commissions. Each board or commission, with a city official liaison, serves an important role and is comprised of citizens who are nominated and appointed by the Wylie City Council.