Boards, Commissions, Committees
Volunteering to serve on a city Board, Commission, or Committee is a great way to get involved! If you would like to apply to serve with one of the groups listed below, please complete the Application to Serve
The time to apply is always by November 1st! The city is accepting applications from citizens to serve in the following groups:
- Land Use and Development Advisory Committee
Application to Serve on a City of Horseshoe Bay Board, Commission, or Committee (Fill and Print/Save PDF)
Members of boards, commissions, and committees provide a positive, proactive service that is invaluable to our city's continued progress. They advise the City Council on various issues by recommending important community matters. If you want your voice heard, please volunteer your time and expertise to benefit YOUR community.
Applicants must complete an Application to Serve and submit it to the Legislative Services department no later than November 1st each year. A link to a fillable application is below. More information about each group can also be found on the left-side menu of this page. The City Council reviews all applications in November and makes appointments in December. This is a great opportunity to serve your HSB community!
The City of Horseshoe Bay accepts applications year-round from residents to serve on one of the Boards, Commissions, and Committees. Volunteers must be registered voters in the City of Horseshoe Bay and have resided in the city for at least 12 months prior to appointment, have an active application on file with the City, not be in arrears due to the City, and not currently holding another public office. Click on the name of one of the groups listed below to learn more. The deadline for submitting applications is November 1st each year. Appointments are made in December and are effective January 1st. Please email completed applications to the Legislative Services Director by the deadline to be considered or if you have any questions.
The Board of Adujstment is responsible for granting variances to the terms of the zoning regulations of the City, and deciding appeals from decisions of administrative officials related to those zoning regulations.
Established with Ordinance 13-10-15F on October 15, 2013, the City Council appointed a Capital Improvements Advisory Committee on Impact Fees to advise the City Council concerning the finalization of the land use assumptions, impact fee capital improvements plan and the amount of impact fees for water and wastewater facilities. The Committee is composed of the members of the Planning and Zoning Commission and a representative from the extra-territorial jurisdiction of the City.
Historic Preservation Advisory Committee
The Planning and Zoning Commission is responsible for making recommendations to the City Council on items such as zoning ordinances, comprehensive plan amendments, and more.
Transportation Advisory Committee