Boards & Commissions


By serving as a volunteer on one of the City’s boards, commissions, or committees, you will contribute to the development of Highland Village. As a volunteer your expertise and recommendations will be utilized by City Council and City staff to shape the future of Highland Village. You will also benefit from learning how the City operates and forms policy. 

The City Secretary’s Office accepts 
applications from interested citizens who would like to volunteer their time to serve on a board, commission, or committee. For additional information, learn about each board, commission, or committee. 

Hear from a few of our volunteers in this HVTV news clip

Boards & Commission Appointments

​Boards and commission appointments are typically made in September by vote of the City Council with terms beginning October 1. Each term shall be for two years, unless the member is appointed to fill an unexpired term that was vacant. 

All volunteers must be residents of Highland Village and must be qualified to be a registered voter in the City of Highland Village. 

Applications received by the City Secretary's Office will remain on file for one year. 
All meetings are open to the public and are typically held in the City Council chambers at City Hall.