Westworth Village City Government
Westworth Village is a Type A General Law Municipality, governed by a Mayor and five (5) Council Members. Regular City Council meetings are held on the second Tuesday of every month, at 7:00 PM, at the Municipal Complex. The City Administrator, City Secretary and Chief of Police are responsible for day-to-day operations.
City Hall is wheelchair accessible and handicapped parking spaces are available. Requests for accommodations for the hearing impaired must be made 48 hours prior to a posted meeting. Please contact the City Secretary for Assistance.
Mayor: L. Kelly Jones
Council Place 1: Rosa Mendez, Mayor Pro-Tem
Council Place 2: Mike Dingman
Council Place 3: Brian Libbey
Council Place 4: Abe Elizondo
Council Place 5: Dore Hendrix
The primary role of the city council is policymaking. To do so they must identify the needs of the citizens, then work to establish, maintain, or abolish programs to meet the ever-changing needs of the community as a whole. Councilmembers must follow all applicable state laws. In addition to setting laws that regulate the conduct and property of the citizens, they also levy taxes to maintain an effective budget, ensuring required city services are funded, including police, fire, EMS, and utilities.
City Administrator: Vacant, contact Mayor Jones or Brandy Barrett
City Secretary: Brandy Barrett, firstname.lastname@example.org
Chief of Police: Kevin Reaves, email@example.com
The Council members and staff encourge citizen participation and value citizen input:
- Attend Council meetings and speak during Citizen Comments or Public Hearings. In order to speak at a meeting, please fill out the Public Comment Form and submit it to the City Secretary.
- If you are unable to attend, email or call the City Secretary and request that your comment be read at the Council meeting.
- Stop by City Hall and voice your opinions in person to the City Administrator or City Secretary.
Westworth Village City Hall
311 Burton Hill Road
Westworth Village, Texas 76114