Public Information

  1. Conflicts Disclosure Statements

    Section 176.004 of the Local Government Code requires a "local government officer" to file a Conflicts Disclosure Statement disclosing any business relationship with the local governmental agency if they receive taxable income or certain gifts from any person or business that contracts with the city or is considering doing business with the city, beginning January 1, 2006.

  2. Conflict of Interest Questionnaires

    Section 176.006 of the Local Government Code requires a person who “contracts or seeks to contract for the sale or purchase of property, goods, or services with a local government entity,” to file a completed conflict of interest questionnaire with the City Secretary. The purpose of this form is for the vendor to disclose a person’s affiliations or business relationships that might cause a conflict of interest with a local governmental entity.

  3. Landowner Bill of Rights

    Read the State of Texas Landowner's Bill of Rights.

  4. Public Information Request

    The City Secretary’s Office serves as the City’s principal office responding to Public Information requests. In doing so, the City complies with the Public Information Act, Texas Government Code, Chapter 552.