League City launched Citizens University in 2015. The mission of the League City Citizens University is to familiarize the residents and business owners of League City with the purpose, process and structure of the city’s government and equip citizens to become active participants in municipal operations.
Citizens University is held over a 10-week period every Thursday from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. beginning in March 2020.
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. The course may also include tours of City facilities. Participants will also work together on a capstone project to be selected and completed by the class. The project may require some additional work outside of the course.
Participants are expected to attend all classes and are allowed to miss no more than one class. If extreme circumstances exist, classes can be made-up with an individual project assigned by the University Leader.
Who Can Participate?
Registration is open on a first-come, first-served basis for any League City resident or business owners 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. Class size is limited to approximately 20.