Pearland City Council
Functions & Board Authority
The City of Pearland is governed by the Council/Manager form of government in accordance with the Home Rule Charter adopted by the voters in February 1971.
The City Council is the legislative and policy-making body of the city. It consists of 5 members elected at-large for 3-year, staggered terms. Elections are held annually on the second Saturday in May. The Mayor and Council provide community leadership, develop policies to guide the city in delivering services and achieving community goals, and encourage citizen awareness and involvement. Elected members of the City Council serve part-time as part of their commitment to the community and serving Pearland. The City Manager, City Attorney, and Municipal Court Judge are under the direction of the Mayor and City Council. Under Council/Manager form of government, the City Manager oversees City staff.
Unless otherwise rescheduled, the City Council meets on the second and fourth Mondays of each month at 6:30 p.m. at City Hall. Meeting agendas are posted
Requests for public documents are available through the City Secretary at 281.652.1651. The City Secretary also responds to inquiries regarding voter registration, city elections and early voting.
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|| Current Term Expires
|Tom Reid||Mayor||May 2017|
|Gary Moore||Mayor Pro Tem
|Tony Carbone||Councilmember - Position 1||May 2019|
||Councilmember - Position 2||May 2018|
|Keith Ordeneaux||Councilmember - Position 4
|J. David Little||Councilmember - Position 5||May 2019|
|Trent Perez||Councilmember - Position 6||May 2019|