We love Plano. It’s our home, in our heart and a big part of why we chose to go into real estate. Working with folks from our favorite place in the world has been a pleasure bigger than we could put into words. We have our place in leadership in the city as well.
Now we’re sharing some info that will hopefully give anyone thinking of running for office, the push they need to give it a try. Plano needs good, strong leaders to protect what we have and to bring us into the future.
- The election to select Council Members for Places 1, 3, 5, and 7 will be conducted on May 4, 2019. All places are elected at large. Candidates for Places 1 and 3 must reside in the respective district (map below).
- Candidate packets will be available for pick up beginning December 12th. Call the City Secretary’s Office to schedule an appointment at 972-941-7120.
- Prospective candidates may file their application January 16th thru February 15th.
Texas Ethics Commission https://www.ethics.state.tx.us/main/local.htm
Texas Secretary of State https://www.sos.state.tx.us/elections/
Collin County Voter Information https://www.collincountytx.gov/elections/Pages/default.aspx
Denton County Voter Information https://www.votedenton.com/voter-information/
Mayor & City Council Info
Plano is governed by the Council-Manager form of government where the Council sets City policy and the Manager is responsible for City operations. The City Council consists of the Mayor and seven City Council members, all of whom are elected at-large.
There are eight Council places in the City of Plano which includes the place of Mayor. 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 a four-year term and all members are limited to no more than two consecutive terms.