Boards, Commissions & Committees

  1. Applying for Membership

    Review information about the application process for the boards, commissions, and committees of Aransas Pass.

  2. Aransas Pass Municipal Development District

    The Aransas Pass Municipal Development District is a political subdivision of the State of Texas and the City, established for the purposes of promoting economic development within the City as prescribed by Chapter 377 of the Texas Local Government Code.

  3. Board of Adjustments

    View for more information on the Aransas Pass Board of Adjustments.

  4. City Council

    Visit the Aransas Pass City Council and learn about their duties, membership, and more.

  5. Coastal Resilience Plan Committee

    The mission of the Coastal Resilience Plan for Aransas Pass is to develop strategies for addressing the weaknesses identified in the Coastal Resilience Index over a 5 year period.

  6. Housing Authority

    Learn more about the Aransas Pass Housing Authority.

  7. Library Board

    Access more information on the Library Board of Aransas Pass.

  8. Planning & Zoning Commission

    Check out the Planning and Zoning Commission of Aransas Pass.

  9. Aransas Pass Crime Control Board

    The Aransas Pass Crime Board is appointed to over see the 1/2 cent sales tax allocated by the residents of Aransas Pass to public safety and public safety related items

  10. Aransas Pass Building Standards and Appeals

    The duties of the board include establishing rules and regulations for its own procedures; hold hearings to hear complaints required in writing by citizens whose property is, or may be, affected adversely by the application of provisions of the code. Each member is limited to six (6) consecutive years. The unexcused absence of any member from three (3) consecutive meetings of the board shall automatically terminate membership on the board.

  11. Memorial Commisison

    The commission shall act as an advisory to the Mayor and City Council in matters concerning proposed memorials to past or present individuals in the city, or civic organizations, or any proposed memorial of whatsoever nature; also act as an advisory to the city council regarding the present Seaman's Memorial Tower; with approval of the city council adopt guidelines concerning memorials, and render opinions regarding types of memorials, aesthetics, appropriateness of proposed memorials, and recommend removal refurbishing, repair or other remedies necessary to insure the lasting beauty and appropriateness of existing or future memorials which have been authorized but not maintained by the sponsors; and promote close cooperation between the city and all private citizens, civic and youth organizations, and agencies interested in the commission's functions