Boards & Commissions
Be Part of McKinney's Growth
McKinney is Unique by nature because of residents like you who stepped up to a Board or Commission and helped guide our growth. Fresh perspectives are welcome. Apply today!
- Interviews are in July and August and are public.
- Appointments are made in August and September.
- The term begins October 1 for all new and reappointed members.
- You need to be a McKinney resident unless the ordinance or law creating the board or commission states otherwise.
- You need to be willing to attend regularly scheduled meetings.
- You must be a registered voter with your current residence address submitted on the application.
Important 2020 Dates
- Application Deadline: June 19, 2020
- Candidate Interviews: (Tentative) July / August
- Appointments: August 25, 2020
Building & Standards Commission
Considers approval or denial of appeals of the Chief Building Official for repairs, vacations or demolitions of any building or structure or portion thereof as well as enforcement of city ordinances relating to the same. More info
Collin Central Appraisal District (CCAD) Board of Directors
The CCAD Board of Directors governs the Collin Central Appraisal District. The taxing entities that vote on the appraisal district’s budget (county, city, school and special districts) select the members of the board of directors. More info
Community Grants Advisory Commission
Considers funding requests for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and city’s community support grant programs, reviews CDBG performance, and advises City Council on CDBG and support grant activities. More info
Historic Preservation Advisory Board
Assists in the preservation of historic McKinney through programs and projects that increase public awareness of the value of historic, cultural, and architectural preservation. More info
McKinney Armed Services Memorial Board
Conducts the city’s annual Veterans Day ceremony; raises funds for maintenance and improvements at Veterans Memorial Park in McKinney, and qualifies veterans’ names nominated for inclusion on the memorial’s wall of honor. More info
McKinney Arts Commission
Serves as an advisory board to City Council to make recommendations concerning the resources and needs of the community on the subject of the arts, including strategies to encourage community involvement in the arts. More info
Formerly McKinney Convention and Visitors Bureau - MCVB. Responsible for establishing the operating policies for Visit McKinney and for evaluating the progress of Visit McKinney in the attainment of goals. More info
McKinney Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)
Leads, directs and coordinates the broad-based expansion of the city’s business tax base and promotes sustainable job growth, thereby continuously enhancing the quality of life for the citizens of the McKinney area. More info
McKinney Housing Authority
Provides housing assistance to people with low-to-moderate income. More info
McKinney Housing Finance Corporation
Finances the cost of residential ownership and development on behalf of the city to provide decent, safe and sanitary housing for city residents at affordable prices. More info
McKinney Main Street Board
McKinney Main Street's vision is to see the continued growth of McKinney’s vibrant downtown area through economic development, increased promotion, enhancing tourism, infrastructure redevelopment, historical preservation efforts and an increased awareness of McKinney’s history. More info
Planning & Zoning Commission
Reviews and considers submitted site plans and plats; makes recommendations to City Council on zoning ordinance amendments, comprehensive plan amendments, specific use permits and rezoning requests. More info
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone #1 (TIRZ #1) Board (Town Center)
Makes recommendations to the City Council concerning the administration of TIRZ #1. More info