Plano Mayor, City Council to host Neighborhood Roundtable

 The Plano Mayor and City Council will gather with residents of District 2 on Thursday, Dec. 8 for a Neighborhood Roundtable discussion from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Tom Muehlenbeck Recreation Center, 5801 W. Parker Road. The meeting focuses on District 2; however, all Plano residents are welcome to participate. Light refreshments will be served.

 The agenda will be posted on 72 hours prior to the meeting. Council will receive public comment and inquiry on items of interest not posted on the current agenda. Council and staff may respond to those items with only factual information or recitation of existing policy related to the inquiry or comment. No deliberation on matters brought forward can occur because those items have not been posted; however, the Council may decide to place items on a future agenda. The Mayor may limit speaking time to provide sufficient time for all inquiries.

District 2 is bound on the north the City’s limit, on the south by the City’s limit, on the west by the City’s limit, and on the east by Coit Drive (from the City’s northern limit to Spring Creek Parkway), Preston Road (from Spring Creek Parkway to Park Boulevard) and Ohio Drive (from Park Boulevard to the City’s southern limit). A district map is available at under Council Roundtables.

Neighborhood Roundtables present information and answer questions regarding city services and programs. Held quarterly, the Neighborhood Roundtable schedule rotates through Plano’s four districts to provide an opportunity for citizens to meet with Council members near their neighborhood.

Residents can receive email notifications of roundtable meetings, district-specific information, and city activities by signing up at under “Email Updates.”

For more Neighborhood Roundtable information, call 972-941-7747.

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