Mayor & City Council

The City of Castle Hills incorporated in 1951. The city council is composed of a Mayor and five (5) Aldermen. The Mayor is elected for a two year term on odd-numbered years. Aldermen are elected at-large, for two-year staggered terms, with two elected on odd-numbered years and the remaining three in even-numbered years. A general election is conducted each May for these city officials.

The Mayor is the presiding officer of council and is recognized as head of city government for all legislative and ceremonial purposes. During council meetings, the mayor shall vote only when necessary to break a tie vote.
The council elects from among its members a mayor pro tempore who acts as mayor during the absence of the mayor.

Activities & Responsibilities


The Council’s public policy activities include:
  • Set policy
  • Adopting the City’s annual budget
  • Approving purchases and contracts as prescribed by City Charter
    and state law
  • Establishing general objectives
  • Reviewing and adopting all ordinances and resolutions

Appointment & Positions


The Mayor and 5 City Council members, acting as the elected representatives of the citizens of Castle Hills, formulate public policy to meet community needs. The City Council appoints the:
  • City Manager
  • City Attorney
  • Municipal Court Judge
  • Various citizen boards and commissions
Meetings
The City Council meets the second Tuesday of the month at City Hall located at 209 Lemonwood Dr..

Agendas & Minutes
Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval.
Members