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List of Boards & Commissions

  • Kelsey Park Public Improvement District (PID)

  • Lake Alan Henry Board of Appeals

    Review applications for permits for new construction or requests for variances to existing construction Regulations within the provisions of Section 2-570 of Ordinance 2008-O0038. The Board shall also review applications file pursuant to the Lake Alan Henry Erosion Control Plan; and variances from the Regulations as filed in writing with the City Planning Department. The Board shall prescribe the materials and documents to be submitted with the permit application. The Board shall issue permits for construction and hear appeals as set forth in Section 2-580 of the Code of Ordinances. Two year term. Meetings are held the third Thursday of each month at 10:00 a.m.
  • Libraries Board

    Advises the City Council on library services and needs. Three year term. Meets the third Monday of each month at 12:00 noon.
  • Lubbock Animal Services: Dangerous Animal

  • Lubbock Bond Advisory Committee

    Temporary board.  Members are appointed by the City Council.
  • Lubbock Business Park TIF Board

    To encourage development and redevelopment within the Lubbock Business Park District. Board recommends projects to be financed by the district with the approval of City Council. The board consists of nine members, including representatives of each of the taxing jurisdictions levying taxes in the area. Five members are appointed by the City Council. Members must be a qualified voter in the municipality OR be at least 18 years of age and own real property in the TIF Zone, whether or not the individual resides in the municipality. Two year term.
  • Lubbock Economic Development Alliance, Inc.

    Promotes the social welfare of the City of Lubbock through retaining and expanding existing jobs and businesses, attracting new industry and businesses to Lubbock, promoting long-term employment opportunities and promoting and developing industrial and manufacturing enterprises. Three year term. Meets the third Monday of each month at 8:30 a.m.
  • Lubbock Emergency Communication District Board of Managers

    Serves as the board of managers of the Lubbock Emergency Communication District using the telephone number 9-1-1 as the primary emergency number within the district. The City of Lubbock has two director positions on this board. Two year term. Meets as needed.
  • Lubbock Fire Pension Fund

  • Lubbock Housing Authority Board of Directors

    Members of this board are appointed by the Mayor. The board acts independently of the City Council under the direction of the Housing Authority’s governing documents. Two year term. Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.
  • Lubbock Housing Finance Corporation

    To accomplish public purposes of, and on behalf of, the City pursuant to the Texas Housing Finance Corporation Act by financing the cost of residential ownership and development that will provide decent, safe and sanitary housing for residents of the City at affordable prices. Six year term. Meets as needed.
  • Lubbock Reese Redevelopment Authority Board of Directors

    Created pursuant to Chapter 2311 of the Texas Government Code and the action of the City of Lubbock and Lubbock County for the purpose of redeveloping Reese Air Force Base for civilian use after base closure as provided by federal law in the Defense Authorization Amendments and Base Closure Realignment Act. The County and the City each appoint members to this board. Four year term. Meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 7:30 a.m.
  • Lubbock Water Advisory Commission

    Reviews and evaluates water and wastewater related matters and makes recommendations to City Council on such matters as: acquisition and utilization of water resources; conservation and reuse of water resources; operating budgets; facilities and infrastructure needs; replacement and planning; major capital expenditures and the priorities of the completion of water related projects; water and wastewater fees and rate structures; and long range water and wastewater planning efforts. Two year term. Meets the fourth Friday of each month at 8:00 a.m.
  • Market Lubbock Economic Development Corporation (Market Lubbock, Inc.)

    Creates, manages, operates, and supervises programs that promote, assist and enhance economic development within and around the City of Lubbock. Two year term. Meets the third Monday of each month at 9:30 a.m.
  • Model Codes & Construction Advisory Board

    Responsibilities include reviewing the technical provisions of the national model codes proposed by City staff for adoption or amendment, and then to forward its recommendations to the City Council for final consideration and action. Three year term. Meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at 3:30 p.m.
  • Museum & Art Standing Sub-Committee

    Responsibilities include serving as an advisory board for the Silent Wings Museum and serving as an advisory board for the Buddy Holly Center. Four Directors of Civic Lubbock shall also sit on this board. Three year term. Meets quarterly on the first Thursday of the quarter at 11:45 a.m.
  • National Windmill Project, Inc.

    Manages the affairs of the National Windmill Project, Inc. which has been formed to locate, acquire, restore, preserve and display historic American windmills in the Yellowhouse Canyon. The Board consists of three members, one of whom is appointed by the City of Lubbock. Three year term. Meets as needed.
  • North Overton Public Improvement District (PID)

    Board members are residents of the PID. 
  • North Overton Tax Increment Financing District

    Purpose is to encourage development and redevelopment within the North Overton District. Board recommends projects with the approval of the City Council. The board consists of nine members, including one appointed by the County Commissioner’s Court, and the State Senator and State Representative for the area. Six members are appointed by the City Council, one of whom serves as Chairman. Board members must be owners of real property in the TIF zone or agents of someone who owns property in the zone. Two-year term. Meets as needed.
  • North Point Public Improvement District (PID) Advisory Board

    Advisory board to make recommendations to the City Council on the service plan and other plans for the North Point Public Improvement District.