The City has fourteen Boards and Commissions that have been established by City Charter, City Council or State Law. Board members are selected by the City Council and appointments are for two or three-year terms. An appointment to certain boards requires an Oath of Office and Statement of Appointed Official affirming ethical behavior in securing an appointment.
Board appointees perform invaluable public service that can shape the quality of life in Euless and reflect the varied interests that are unique to our community.
The City of Euless is truly grateful for the dedicated and loyal board members and their service to our great City!
The City Secretary administers the appointment process for volunteer service on boards, commissions and committees. Applications are accepted in the City Secretary’s office during the “call for applications” period, which is typically in the fourth quarter of each year. Applications are accepted for boards, commissions or committees with current openings. Applications are reviewed by the City Council and interviews are conducted at the request of the City Council. Applicants will be notified of their acceptance by letter.
- Must be a resident of the City of Euless
- Must show interest and enthusiasm about the mission and efforts of the board
- Must commit to the required volunteer time as a member or alternate
- Must conduct themselves in a manner to avoid both actual and potential conflicts between their private self-interest and the public trust.
Boards and Commissions
- Animal Shelter Advisory Board
- Capital Improvements Advisory Committee
- Civil Service Commission
- Crime Control and Prevention District Board
- Euless Development Corporation
- HEB Teen Court Advisory Board
- Historical Preservation Committee
- Housing and Structure Board
- Library Board
- Parks and Leisure Services Board
- Planning and Zoning Commission
- Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #3
- Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #4
- Zoning Board of Adjustment