Apply for a Board, Commission, or Committee
Want to be more involved in the City but running for City Council isn't the right step for you?
That's ok, because there are many ways residents can get involved and help shape the future of League City. Serving on a board, commission, or committee allows residents to choose areas of personal interest and/or professional expertise and convene with staff on issues that matter.
Click here to learn more about the different committees and what positions are open
The City has 18 different groups made up of citizens who volunteer their time and expertise for the benefit of the community by setting policy, aiding fellow citizens, providing input, improving services, and planning for League City’s future. Residents are appointed to these positions by City Council.
Groups with vacancies and expiring positions include
- Animal Shelter Advisory Committee
- Finance Committee (all positions are expiring)
- The Historic Commission
- Ethics Review Board
- Keep League City Beautiful Committee
- League City Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
- Library Board
- Parks Board
- League City Convention & Visitors Bureau Advisory Board
- Planning and Zoning Commission
Fill out an application
If you are interested in an area where your expertise and commitment will make a difference, please fill out the Boards and Commissions Application and Information Statement (PDF). Applications are also available from the City Secretary's Office at City Hall at 300 West Walker.
Selections for appointment start in December, so sign up today!
Contact the City Secretary's Office at 281-554-1030 for more information