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The Plano City Council is the governing body of the City of Plano, Texas, United States. The Council operates using the council-manager government. They hold regular meetings at the Plano Municipal Center on the second and fourth Monday of every month at 7 p.m. During the month of July, the meeting dates are revised.[1]

Plano City Council
New City of Plano logo circa 2013.jpg
Logo of the City of Plano
Term limits
No more than 2 consecutive terms
Harry LaRosiliere (D)
since 2013
Length of term
4 years
Last election
Next election
Meeting place
Plano Municipal Center

The Plano City Council is composed of eight members from four administrative districts. Each Councilmember serves a four-year term, extended from three years by the passing of a charter amendment in 2012.[2] All Councilmembers, including the Mayor, are limited to being elected to two four-year terms. All Councilmembers are elected by popular vote of the entire city of Plano. Those running for Places 1 through 4 must reside in the district that corresponds to that place number. Places 5 through 8 do not have residency restrictions. Place 6 is always the mayor.[1]

The Mayor receives a yearly stipend of $18,000, and each Councilmember receives $12,000.


City Council membersEdit


  • Mayor: Harry LaRosiliere
  • Mayor Pro Tem: Ron Kelley
  • Deputy Mayor Pro Tem: Angela Miner
Place Name
1 Maria Tu
2 Anthony Ricciardelli
3 Rick Grady
4 Kayci Prince
5 Shelby Williams
6 Harry LaRosiliere
7 Lily Bao
8 Rick Smith

Plano Councilmembers are officially nonpartisan.

Standing Boards, Commissions, and CommitteesEdit

Each year the City Council selects a certain number of citizen-applicants to serve on a board, commission or committee, as themselves or a Plano representative. An applicant must have been a resident of Plano already for at least 12 months, and they may not be chosen to serve more than two terms on a board, commission, or committee.[3]

Notable former Plano CouncilmembersEdit

External linksEdit

See alsoEdit


  1. ^ a b "Mayor and City Council". The City of Plano, Texas Official Website. Archived from the original on 2006-09-30. Retrieved 2006-10-31.
  2. ^ "Plano City May 2005 Election Issues". Dallas/Fort Worth Asian-American Citizens Council Website. Archived from the original on September 28, 2007. Retrieved 2006-10-31.
  3. ^ "Board and Commission Overview". The City of Plano, Texas Official Website. Archived from the original on 2006-09-30. Retrieved 2006-10-31.