Consists of nine (9) members: eight (8) members specializing in electrical work and 1 lay person.
Reviews proposed amendments to Electrical Codes, hears appeals on ruling of the Building Official, administers electrical exams to license electricians, and approves electrical contractors to operate in the city.
Consists of nine (9) members.
Advises on policies of the Performing Arts Center, negotiates contracts for usage of Heritage Park, awards grants to Garland arts groups, and promotes the arts in general.
Texas Tax Code Chapter 311 gives Cities the authority to create these special districts, one of the most effective key economic development tools in the State. The City of Garland has two tax increment financing (TIF) districts to promote the development and redevelopment of the following key geographic areas: Downtown and the area around the Forest-Jupiter Light Rail Station, and I-30 Corridor.