Boards and Commissions
Application and Information Statement
As an applicant for a City Board or Commission your name, address and telephone number will be available under the provisions of the Public Information Act. All other information will remain confidential. Applications will remain active for consideration of positions for a period of one year. All members of boards and commissions serve one-year terms.
All applicants must submit a personal resume. You may email to email@example.com or fax to 281-275-2318 or mail/deliver to City of Sugar Land, Volunteer Program, 2700 Town Center Blvd N, Sugar Land, TX 77479
Applications will be accepted up to 5:00pm, August 23, 2017. City Council will review all applications. From the applicant pool, City Council will select nominees for further consideration.
This serves as the application for the following Boards and Commissions:
Animal Advisory Board
Animal Control Board
Building Standards Commission
Independent Ethics Board
Parks and Recreation Policy Advisory Board
Zoning Board of Adjustment
Sugar Land 4B Corporation
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone One
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Three
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Four
Please take time to review the description of each Board or Commission you are interested in applying for to review the responsibilities and time commitment required for each. You may access detailed information on each board by visiting the City of Sugar Land's webpage linked here.
QUALIFICATIONS FOR APPOINTMENTThe City of Sugar Land Policy 3000-09 establishes certain qualifications that must be met by all members of City Boards and Commissions. In addition to any specific qualifications for service on a particular board, a board member must:
-Be a resident of the City of Sugar Land prior to the date of appointment.
-Be a qualified City of Sugar Land voter at the time of appointment.
-Have a creditable record of attendance and participating performance.
-Maintain an open mind to all issues under consideration.
-Have the ability to listen, learn and discuss issues.
-Have the ability to make decisions based on information gathered and discussed and for the betterment of the City as seen through the Vision Statement and Comprehensive Plan.
-Have the ability to see and understand the City's long -term objectives and short-term benefits.
-Conflicts of interest and special interests, which may not represent the betterment of the City, must remain separate from decisions made.
Please complete the application below to apply for a Boards and Commissions position.