Boards & Commissions
Vacancies on the Boards & Committee
In order to have better community representation, the City of Ingleside is accepting names of interested residents that would like to serve on the following boards and committees:
- Planning and Zoning Commission
- Board of Adjustments
- Library Board
- Ingleside Development Corporation
- Street Committee
- Beautification Committee
How to Apply
If you are interested in serving please reach out to us by email. The boards will be filled with council appointments and any other letters of interest will be held for potential future vacancies.
- Letters of interest will be submitted to Council for consideration and should include:
- A summary of why you would like to serve
- The board you are interested in
- Members must be a resident of Ingleside for 12 months and a qualified voter of the State of Texas.
The Animal Control Board of Appeals' duties include hearing appeals and requests for review.
The Board of Adjustment has the power to hear and determine appeals for the refusal of building permits.
The Charter Review Committee will propose any recommendations they may deem desirable to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Charter.
The Ingleside Development Corporation’s responsibilities are to oversee the use of 4-B Tax funds with the development and beautification of the City.
The City’s public library board shall act in an advisory capacity to the Librarian, City Manager, and City Council.
The Planning and Zoning Commission's responsibilities are to accomplish the City planning and zoning functions to effect the orderly and desired growth, development, and beautification of the City.
The purpose of the Cove Park Advisory Group is to (1) review and advise the governing body on Cove Park Repair and Maintenance, (2) Development, and (3) Use or Preservation of the Park. The Cove Park Advisory Group shall not be viewed as an independent body, and is not subject to the Texas Open Meetings Act. The Cove Park Advisory Group shall consist of five (5) members: City Council Member, City Manager or Designee, Director of Infrastructure Services, and two (2) Citizens.
The purpose of the Street Advisory Group is to review and advise the governing body on Street Repair and Maintenance to include (a) Pothole Patching, (b) Minor Repair, and (C) Major Repair. The Street Advisory Group shall not be viewed as an independent body, and is not subject to the Texas Open Meetings Act. The Street Advisory Group shall consist of six (6) members: two (2) City Council Members, City Manager, Director of Infrastructure Services, and two (2) Citizens.