List of Boards & Commissions

  • North and East Lubbock Community Development Corporation

    Non-profit corporation, created in accordance with the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act, responsible for the creation, facilitation, and promotion of economic development.  The organization has special programs to assist disadvantaged citizens in the West Texas area with special emphasis on economic development in north and east Lubbock.  The City of Lubbock City Council may appoint up to one-third of the membership of the Corporation's governing body.  All directors shall be residents of Lubbock County, and limited to two-consecutive terms.  Three-year term.
  • 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.
  • Oil & Gas Citizen Advisory Committee

    Analyze the current methods of exploration, development, and production of oil and gas, including methods of hydraulic fracturing and horizontal drilling, within the City of Lubbock, Texas, and make a recommendation to the City Council of the necessary regulatory amendments to the current oil and gas ordinance and the permitting process in response to the analysis.

  • Parks and Recreation Board

    Provides a balanced recreation and open-space program for the City, including planning, construction, and maintenance of all parks, building, and facilities. The program is planned, organized and supervised by the Parks and Recreation Department. Two year term. Meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 12:00 noon.
  • Permit and License Appeal Board

    Hears appeals for administrative acts of City officials denying, revoking, or suspending permits and licenses issued by the City in instances where no other board is specifically appointed to hear such appeals. Two year term. Meets as needed.
  • Planning and Zoning Commission

    Advises the City Council regarding zone changes and other matters that affect the growth and development of the community, and approves plats. Two year term. Meets the first Thursday of each month at 6:00 p.m.
  • Public Transit Advisory Board

    Studies routes and fares and promotes the use of Citibus, a public transit service managed by McDonald Transit Associates, Inc. under a contract with the City. Three year term. Meets the fourth Tuesday of each month at 11:30 a.m.
  • Quincy Park Public Improvement District (PID)

  • StarCare Board of Trustees

    Coordinates and administers services for the StarCare Center. The Board has nine members; Lubbock Independent School District, Lubbock County Commissioner’s Court, and Lubbock City Council each appoint three. Two year term. Meets the last Monday of each month at 4:00 p.m.

    StarCare Board of Trustees Meeting Agendas
  • Structural Standards Commission

    Hears appeals on property condemnation and grants relief if warranted. Two year term. Meets the second Tuesday of each month at 1:30 p.m.
  • Transportation Advisory Committee (LMPO)

    The Transportation Advisory Committee is responsible for providing technical support for the Transportation Policy Committee.
  • Transportation Policy Committee (LMPO)

    The Transportation Policy Committee is the decision making body of the LMPO. The Transportation Policy Committee may consider creation of other committees and sub-committees for a special purpose or to ensure adequate pro-active public participation in the transportation planning process.
  • Urban Design and Historic Preservation Commission

    Serves as an advisory committee to the Planning and Zoning Commission. Recommends buildings, structures, sites, districts, areas, and lands within the City which may be eligible for designation as historic landmarks and historic landmark districts, and reviews applications for rehabilitation, renovation or expansion of landmark buildings. Composition of committee is defined by ordinance and requires representation of specific professional groups. Two year term. Meets the third Thursday of each month (if there are agenda items) at 5:15 p.m.
  • Urban Renewal Board / Neighborhood Redevelopment Commission

    Studies the need for neighborhood rehabilitation in older sections of Lubbock, and recommends rehabilitation projects to be funded annually by the Federal Community Development Program. Two year term. Meets the third Tuesday of each month at 4:00 p.m.
  • Valencia Public Improvement District

  • Veterans Advisory Committee

    The Veterans Advisory Committee shall study, and report back, on a continuing basis, a summary of, and recommendations regarding, any benefits, services, and assistance available to veterans in the city of Lubbock to the City Council.  The Committee shall also make recommendations to the City Council for potential partnerships and improved points of contact and outreach efforts to coordinate, enhance, and improve the delivery of existing and available benefits, services, and assistance to eligible veterans.  Two-year term.  Meeting date and time to be determined.
  • Water Board of Appeals

    Hears requests for substitution of alternate watering systems form those provided in the Code of Ordinances and hears requests for exceptions to the watering times and/or conditions from those set forth in the Code of Ordinances. Two year term. Meets the third Thursday of each quarter at 11:00 a.m
  • West Texas Municipal Power Agency (WTMPA) Board

    The Lubbock City Council appoints two members to this board. Two year term. Meets the Wednesday of each month at 11:00 a.m.