Boards & Commissions

Overview

Boards and Commission meetings are being held in a hybrid in-person/videoconferencing format.

Members of the public have the choice to attend in-person or participate remotely. However, due to recommended social distancing, there is reduced seating in the Council Chambers.

The videoconferencing is powered by WebEx. This technology allows the public to not only watch meetings live and see all members who are in attendance, but also participate in meetings (when applicable) such as speaking during citizen communication and public hearings.

Function

The City of Cedar Park utilizes the services of several specialized boards and commissions made up of citizen volunteers. These groups are responsible for a variety of functions, including parks and recreation, planning and zoning, tourism, and more. Most boards and commissions meet monthly to discuss various projects, events, programs, and other pertinent issues. Often the recommendations of the boards and commissions are presented to the City Council for final approval or adoption.

Volunteering

Most groups require applicants to meet specific qualifications, and positions are appointed by the City Council. 

View the Boards and Commissions Application (PDF)

The City of Cedar Park relies on the energy and community-oriented citizens of the City. Without the help of committed citizens, the City would not be able to function. Each Board and Commission plays a vital and significant role and helps to keep Cedar Park vital, responsive and responsible. This commitment is reflected in the service the citizens provide by serving on these various boards. These citizens who serve on these various boards volunteer the time necessary to improve the quality of life for everyone in Cedar Park.

For more information on the function of these groups and also how you may volunteer to become a member visit their specific pages. The City of Cedar Park Boards, Commissions, and Task Forces include:

Only current City Council Members may be appointed to serve on the Brushy Creek Regional Utility Authority (BCRUA) and Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone Number 1 (TIRZ) Boards.

Meetings

Residents are always welcome to join us for City Council and other City Public Meetings. If you would prefer to watch any of these meetings live from your home or on your personal device, please use our government access cable channel CPTV-10 in one of the following ways:

Public participation and comments are always welcome at our City Council and Boards/Commissions Meetings! In order to protect the security of our computer network and also maintain a family-friendly environment, electronic materials must be submitted by noon on the day of the meeting so that we may review them for possible cyber threats and legal obscenity. If you have a presentation, please email Public Presentations. View the entire updated policy.

View the 2022 Cedar Park Meetings (PDF)