Mayor: JAMES BOULDIN
Mayor Pro Tem: DOUG WHITE
City Council: SUSIE DAVIS • DOUG WHITE • KATHRYN GUY
• PATTY MILLER • DORA HERNANDEZ
Each Council Member and Mayor serves a two year term. The Mayor and two council members are elected on even years and three council members are elected on odd years. Elections are held the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
City Council Meetings are held the third Monday of each month at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers at the Itasca Municipal Court, 136 N. Hill, Itasca, Texas.
The agenda is posted the previous Thursday. The public is welcome to attend. If you have an item that you would like to have the council address, please contact the City Secretary with your request and the topic you wish to discuss.
City Hall is a bustling work environment with the collection of taxes and utility billing under the management of Sue Comer, with the assistance of Arlie Mitchell. Every day City Hall employees are faced with a variety of the situations, from a water leak to a stray dog, and each are treated in a professional matter and solve as quickly as possible.
Serving as the "Nerve Center" of City Hall is the Office of the City Secretary, CinDee Garrett. CinDee is responsible for the preparation & dissemination of the City Council meeting agendas, packets, recording accurate minutes of their proceedings, engrossing and enrolling all laws, ordinances and resolution of the City of Itasca. She is also responsible for city payroll, insurance, processing and disbursing funds for payment, finance audits, publishing appropriate financial statements & reports.
CITY HALL - (254) 687-2201
136 N. Hill Street
City Administrator - George Bolling
City Secretary - CinDee Garrett
City Tax Collector - Sue Comer
City Water/Sewer - Sue Comer
Office Assistant - Arlie Mitchell
Code Enforcement - Kat McDaniel
Planning & Zoning - Barbara Petrash
Emergency Management - Cameron Offutt
Water/Waste Water Operator -
Maintenance Supervisor -
MUNICIPAL COURT - (254) 687-2990
- The Honorable Charles Jones
Municipal Court Clerks:
City Attorney - Stephanie Johnson
ITASCA POLICE DEPARTMENT
120 N. Hill Street
Police Chief - Winson Brewer
Non-emergency : 687-2020
ITASCA VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT
104 W. Monroe St.
Fire Chief - Cameron Offutt
EMS - 911
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Municipal Court e-mail address
Setting the framework for the Big Little Town is City Administrator, George Bolling. He has served the community of Itasca for many years as the Assistant City Administrator but in 2016 he became the City Administrator.
As City Administrator he oversees the day-to-day operations of the city, supervising each department, administrating and enforcing the policies set forth by the council, and managing the City's finances.
The City Administrator works closely with the City Council, City employees, and citizens to establish policies, legislation, goals and objectives for the City of Itasca. Bolling is working hard to improve the city and to promote its growth and development by providing our citizens with the highest level of citizen satisfaction.
Water & Sewer Department
The City of Itasca continues to work hard to improve the water and sewer service to our citizens. The maintenance team of Itasca is in charge of water repairs, sewer problems, minor street repairs, and animal control.
Along with their hectic and heavy workload, the team many times is called upon to assist in clean up, especially in times of emergency.
This department provides a vital service to the City of Itasca and the citizens are thankful for all that they do to make life better in Itasca.
Major repairs of the city streets took place during the summer of 2003 and in the last 12 years, the maintenance team has continued to work hard to keep the roads in good repair. The last few years have taken a toll on all streets, especially in small towns.
Beginning in the late Spring of 2015, work began to addresses street problems as the weather permitted. Most of the streets have been evaluated and addressed but the City will continue to do repairs as needed.
The City would like to remind the citizens of Itasca that when heavy vehicles run off the side of a street and then pull back onto the street, they cause the side to crumble. This crumbling then expands and causes potholes. The City urges everyone to do their part in keeping Itasca beautiful.
Over the past several years, the City of Itasca has seen a lot of growth. Along with the City, the Itasca Police Department under the leadership of Chief Winson Brewer, has also grown to meet the law enforcement needs of the citizens of Itasca.
The department, along with the patrol division, also consists of a criminal investigation division and a narcotics division. The police department consists of six sworn peace officers that provide 24 hours, seven days a week coverage. The officers patrol the corporate city limits and the adjacent interstate.
The Itasca Fire Department was founded in 1876 and has been serving the citizens of Itasca ever since. The IVFD is under the leadership of Fire Chief Cameron Offutt and has approximately 22 members.
Since the department is all-volunteer, it is always looking for new volunteers to serve in whatever capacity they can. The department has a diverse job description. They respond to calls such as motor vehicle crashes, medical calls, brush fires, and house fires
The IVFD is also on hand to help in times of severe weather..
The Itasca Economic Development Committee (EDC) was revived in 2005 to create an environment that will attract businesses to promote developmental growth of the city. The committee of 7 has been active in revitalizing the city from painting fire hydrants to the recent completion of the Heritage Community Park.
The committee meets quarterly throughout the year to discuss existing and future plans for the community. The committee continues to strive to create a community that will bring new businesses and families to our "Big Little Town."
Planning and Zoning
Itasca Welcomes New Construction