The City Secretary is a statutory position required by state law and the City Charter. The City Secretary provides administrative support to the Mayor and Council members as well as to the City Manager's Office. The City Secretary is responsible for the following functions.
The City Secretary is the Elections Administrator, responsible for conducting municipal elections as prescribed by the Election Code of the State of Texas and the City Charter.
View Election information.
The City Secretary coordinates, schedules, and attends all City Council meetings and workshops and prepares the agendas for and minutes of the meetings.
The City contracts with Dallas County Health and Human Services for food establishment and environmental inspections. All facilities are inspected twice annually with any additional inspections as required.
- Inspection reports and scores are posted online. View most recent Food Establishment Inspection Reports.
- View information for Permitting of Food Establishments in University Park.
- View information for Sales of Beer, Wine and/or Mixed Beverages in University Park.
The City Council appoints members to the City's resident Boards and Committees in June of even years, in conjunction with the General Election. Learn more about the Boards and Committees.
The City Secretary can provide Certified Copies of all ordinances and resolutions upon request.
For more information, contact City Secretary Christine Green at 214-987-5302 or email the City Secretary.
The City of University Park welcomes the opportunity to recognize residents, businesses, organizations and City-sponsored special events for their worthy accomplishments, milestones, or importance to the community. All proclamation requests must have a direct connection to the City, or secondarily, have special significance to the region or state.
All proclamation requests should be made through the City Secretary's Office by emailing the City Secretary, or by calling Christine Green at 214-987-5302. When submitting the request, please provide complete and detailed information about the person, business, organization or event that you want to recognize. To accommodate preparation and scheduling, all requests should be made at least 14 days in advance of the occasion being recognized.
The City reserves the right to decline any proclamation request without providing further details. All requests will receive a response. Do not assume your request is approved until you are contacted by a City staff member.