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City Council meets regularly every third Tuesday of the month at 7 PM. Please check the calendar to verify meeting dates and locations. City Council meeting agendas may be found here. For more information, please contact the City Secretary's office at 281-346-1796.    

City Council adopted a Strategic Plan on March 20, 2018, outlining the vision, mission, and strategic priorities for the City of Fulshear.

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  Jeff W. Roberts was elected Mayor in 2016. He previously served on City Council for 6 years and as Mayor Pro Tem for a portion of that time.

Mayor Roberts grew up in Fulshear and attended Sam Houston State University where he received his degree in Business Administration. He is co-owner of JW Roberts Company in Houston, where he has worked for twenty years. Mayor Roberts and his wife, Melissa, have four children and are members of Second Baptist Church 1463.
Mayor Pro-Tem     
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Email Councilor Krenek
  Ms. Krenek was first elected to the Council in 2014 and re-elected in 2016. During the May 16, 2017 Council meeting, Ms. Krenek was selected to be the Mayor Pro-Tem by her fellow Council members.
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Email Councilor Kuykendall
  Tommy Kuykendall was appointed to the Council on Nov. 6, 2017 to fill the position vacated by Lauren Ashley. He has previously served as Mayor.
Stephen Gill
Email Councilor Gill
  Stephen Gill was elected to Council in 2016.
At-Large Position
Currently Vacant

Term expires May 2019. City Council is accepting applications for interested residents through April 2, 2018. Full details available here.  

Email Councilor Hollingsworth   Dana Hollingsworth was elected to represent District 1 on May 6, 2017.
Email Councilor Kahlich

Kaye is a native Texan, graduating with Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University.  She worked in the upstream oil and gas industry for 29 years before retiring and subsequently moving to Fulshear in 2011.  During her career, Kaye worked in a diverse number of areas including reservoir engineering, business development, gas marketing, budgeting & planning, and technology services.   Kaye was elected to the newly-created single member District 5 in May, 2017