Access agendas and minutes for Plano boards and commissions. Guide to Attending, watching, participating and understanding Public Meetings
Learn how boards and commissions operate in Plano.
Review City of Plano Budget, Community Investment Program (CIP), and Financial Forecasts as well as Citizen and Business surveys.
Learn about Plano City Manager Mark Israelson, the Plano Deputy City Managers and the Office's Executive Staff.
View the City of Plano Texas Organization Chart (PDF).
The City Secretary’s Office oversees City elections, City Council agendas, assists the City Council in appointing City of Plano Boards and Commissions, coordinates records, receives and processes Open Records Requests, and processes and certifies alcoholic beverage applications.
View information and updates about the Council Chambers Renovation Project.
View a listing of Plano departments and how to reach them.
Get information about elections taking place in the City of Plano.
View reports from the Finance department, including Comprehensive Monthly Financial Reports, Popular Annual Financial Reports and Quarterly Investment Reports.
Plano is governed by the Council-Manager form of government where the Council sets City policy and the Manager is responsible for City operations. The City Council consists of the Mayor and seven City Council members, all of whom are elected at-large.
Review municipal codes or ordinances for the City of Plano.
Submit open records requests in the City of Plano.
The City of Plano provides standard citizen petition forms for charter amendment, initiative, referendum and/or recall. Please be aware that the laws regarding citizen petitions are not uniform for every subject matter or for every petition category.
View the City's Strategic Vision for 2021-22.
The City of Plano is committed to providing resources and data as part of an ongoing effort to promote transparency and openness in our City government through a variety of methods. The City has chosen to participate in the Texas Comptroller’s Transparency Stars Program, recognizing local governments for going above and beyond in transparency efforts.