A City election will be held May 10, 2014 to elect the Mayor and two Councilmembers for a two year term. Council seats up are Lee Pettle's and Scott Levine's.
Serving as an effective city elected official requires dedication, knowledge, and a substantial commitment in time, and there are countless reasons why people choose to run for public office. While you may have a very specific reason for seeking a place on the city council, you will be involved in a number of other issues that can have a lasting impact on your city’s future. For this reason, becoming a city elected official can be one of the most rewarding experiences of your life. An understanding of your role on the city council—as a member of a team—is critical to your success. Guide to Becoming a Public Official
Drawing for Place on the Ballot will be held March 3 at 10:00 AM at City Hall, 5700 E. Parker Road, Parker 75002 Public Notice
Filing for candidacy will be January 29, 2014 through February 28, 2014. Public Notice
Ordinance 710 - Election Order by City Council
To vote in the May Election you must be a registered voter. The deadline to file your application is April 10, 2014. More Information
Early Voting Locations, Dates and Hours will be posted once available from Collin County.