Citizens interested in learning more about municipal operations are invited to register for League City’s Citizens University.
The 12-week course is set for every Thursday from 7 to 9 p.m. beginning Jan. 19, 2017
Each session will include an interactive presentation from city staff on various city services, issues, and an understanding of how citizens play a crucial role in leading League City into the future.
“Citizens University is designed to inform and encourage our community to become active participants in municipal government,” said Mark Rohr, City Manager. “We look forward to the tremendous opportunities that spur from Citizens University and, most importantly, providing our residents with an in-depth look at city operations.”
Registration is open on a first-come, first-served basis for any League City resident or business owner who are:
- 18 years of age or older
- Not currently holding a position as an elected official or running for office during class session
A background check will be required for admission to the program since the course will include a tour of the Public Safety Building.
Go to www.leaguecity.com/citizensuniversity for more information or to register.