|MAYOR PRO-TEM||Mike James||2013-2015|
Hico has no districts, so all of the Aldermen are elected "at-large". Elections are conducted each May. The Mayor and Aldermen used to receive a small amount of compensation, but in recent years they decided to devote what would have been paid in compensation toward special needs in the City. Currently, those funds are being used to help the Senior Citizens Center.
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Called Meeting of Council April 19, 2013 MIN
Public Hearing-Regular Meeting of Council April 8, 2013 MIN
Called Session of City Council March 26, 2013 Minutes
Regular Session of City Council March 11, 2013 Minutes
Minutes of February 26, 2013 Council Meeting
Minutes of February 21, 2013 Council Meeting
Minutes of February 11, 2013 Council Meeting
Called Meeting of City Council Jan 29, 2013 Minutes
Minutes of January 14, 2013 Hico City Council
12-10-2012 Regular Council Meeting
11-12-2012 Public Hearing & Regular Council Meeting Minutes
Regular Council Meeting Minutes for 10-18-12
Emergency Council Meeting 10-4-12 Min
Aug 13, 2012 Regular Session Council Minutes
Called Meeting Minutes Aug 21, 2012
With open government, good stewardship, teamwork and a helpful attitude, the City of Hico is committed to delivering quality municipal services, encouraging measured growth and providing a safe, healthy and attractive place to live and raise a family.
The City of Hico will continue to be one of the Best Small Towns in America.
Our attractive community has a sense of pride, a sense of caring and a sense of place.
We will focus on preserving the heritage of the past in an effort to create an identity for the present and a vision for the future.
We are committed to preserving our small town values and sense of community while providing a high quality of life for our citizens.
We will encourage a "front porch" atmosphere and attitude among our citizens.
We value the contributions of our youth and recognize the importance of youth in shaping the present and the future of the Hico community.
We will encourage community-oriented governance through partnerships with citizens and public and private organizations.
We understand the value of a healthy economy and will encourage responsible, progressive development that will lead us into the future.
The Vision Statement of the City of Douglas, Wyoming resonated with our Council to such an extent that, with only a few modifications, it was adopted as our Vision Statement as well.