City Council

Regular Meetings


  • 6 p.m.
  • 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month (or as necessary when called)
  • City Hall - Council Chambers
    600 West Cleveland
    Aransas Pass, TX 78336

LiveStream


Watch the City Council meetings at LiveStream.

2016 Year in Review


General Election - May 5, 2018


The candidate filing period is January 17, 2018 through February 16, 2018.

List of Candidate Names (Two-Year Terms)

Council Member Place 2

Billy Ellis

Council Member Place 4

Vickie Abrego   Manuel Buentello

Click here for the Unofficial Results of the May 5th, 2018 General Election


2018 Important Dates


  • January 17 - First day to File for a Place on the Ballot
  • February 16 - Last day to File for a Place on the Ballot
  • April 5 - Last day to register to vote
  • April 23 - First day of Early Voting
  • May 1  - Last day of Early Voting
  • May 5  - Election Day
Candidate Packets are available in the City Secretary's Office.  For additional information, please contact the City Secretary's Office at (361) 758-5301.


Agendas & Minutes


Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
View Most Recent Agendas and Minutes

Notice


The official agenda is posted at City Hall in accordance with state law. Copies are for general information only. In the event of a conflict between this copy and the posted agenda, the posted agenda shall prevail. Questions concerning the agenda should be directed to the City Secretary at 361-758-5301, Extension 1103.

City Council Goals


  • Obtaining and maintaining outstanding Citizen and Customer relations through excellence in all aspects of our services and the friendly and helpful attitudes of all our employees.
  • Living within our means - by adopting each year, a balanced and fiscally conservative budget.
  • Continually improving, maintaining and/or replacing all facets of our infrastructure: water, sewer, streets, parks and drainage.
  • Taking care of our most important asset - our City employees.
  • To improve and expand our tax base in an ecologically sound manner, utilizing our own natural resources in developing a city that will not only be beautiful, but will maintain a sense of our heritage and provide employment for our citizens.