Boards & Commissions
San Marcos City government offers a number of ways for its citizens to become actively involved in government business. In addition to the opportunity citizens have to express their thoughts at City Council meetings and public hearings, San Marcos citizens also may apply to serve on one of many boards and commissions.
Membership on these panels is open to all San Marcos citizens. Unless otherwise noted, the only requirement for service is that the applicant be a city resident. Members of these citizen panels serve without monetary compensation. The City Council appoints the members.
Citizen Utility Advisory Board - seeking the following:
- 1 member with experience as a licensed professional engineer or experience in the operation and management of public utility systems; term expires February 28, 2020
- 1 member with education and/or experience in finance or accounting; term expires February 28, 2020
Historic Preservation Commission -
- Seeking an applicant to fill a vacancy in a discipline related to Historic Preservation. This includes experience in architecture, history, archaeology, or other discipline related to historic preservation; term expires February 28, 2020.
- 1 Property or Business Owner in the Downtown Historic District. Term expires February 28, 2022
If you are interested in applying please complete the Application below and submit to Tammy Cook at email@example.com
The Disclosure Form is due October 1 to 31 for all current board members.
City Boards & Commissions
To find out more information or to review an agenda, browse the Boards and Commissions:
- Airport Advisory Board
- Animal Shelter Advisory Committee
- Arts Commission
- Cemetery Commission
- Charter Review Commission
- Citizens Utility Advisory Board
- Civil Service Commission
- Community Improvements Program Task Force
- Comprehensive Plan Oversight Committee
- Construction Board of Appeals
- Convention & Visitor Bureau Board
Texas Open Government Laws Training
Members of all Council appointed boards/commissions are required by state law to receive training in Texas open government laws.
The Office of the Attorney General offers training courses and course completion certificates in the Open Meetings Act and Public Information Act and can be accessed at the Attorney General's website.
These certificates must be completed within 90 days of taking office.