Citizen Advisory Boards and Commissions add to the governing process. The City of Plano is a regional and national leader, providing outstanding services and facilities through cooperative efforts that engage our citizens and contribute to the quality of life in our community. The city has approximately 1,949 full-time employees and 641 part-time employees.
There are eight Council places (each identified with numbers running one through eight) in the City of Plano which includes the place of Mayor (Place six). All Council members run and serve at large which means that all Council Members represent the entire City and likewise the entire City may vote for all eight places as they come due regardless of where they may reside in the City. Each Council Member serves four-year terms and all members are limited to no more than two consecutive terms.
Of the eight Council Places, candidates running and serving in places one, two, three, and four must reside in that district. View the map identifying the districts. Residing in the first four districts is the only distinction separating Council Members in places one through four from places five through eight.
- Place One - District One
- Place Two - District Two
- Place Three - District Three
- Place Four - District Four
City Council Meetings
The Plano City Council meets the second and fourth Monday of each month with executive session beginning at 5:00 pm, immediately followed by preliminary open meeting, and the regular meeting at 7:00 pm in the Plano Municipal Center, Senator Florence Shapiro Council Chamber, 1520 K Ave. During the month of July, Council meeting dates are revised.
Access Plano City Council agendas and minutes here.
The City of Plano’s Mayor and City Council are committed to maintaining an open dialogue with the citizens of Plano. Several times a year citizens are invited to participate in Meet & Greets, Town Halls and State of the City as well as to attend any City Council meeting.