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Posted on: November 3, 2022

Application Process Open For Non-Profits Wanting Plaque On City Monument Sign

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The 2023 application process is open for non-profit groups wanting to be displayed on the City’s monument sign located off Highway 3 near the entrance to Walter Hall Park. Clubs, civic groups, and organizations wanting to have a plaque displayed on the sign—which was installed last year to highlight the various 501c3 organizations that serve the League City community—must apply by November 30, 2022, and meet the criteria listed below.

  • Must be a non-profit 501(c)3, civic organization exclusively based in League City or an approved chapter of an international, national, state, or county organization that serves League City residents; and
  • Must be engaged in activities that in some way promote the common good and general welfare of the League City community (excluded activities include political activities, operating a social club for members, sports, and recreational clubs, and conducting business with the general public in a manner generally similar to a for-profit organization).

Per the Civic Club Monument Sign Policy adopted by the League City Council in July of 2021, organizations that meet the above criteria can apply in the fall of each year to have a plaque displayed on the sign from January 1 to December 31 the following year. Once all applications are received, the Keep League City Beautiful Committee—a citizen committee appointed by the Mayor— selects and approves the twelve organizations for the twelve plaques based on the priority order listed below. 

  1. A civic organization exclusively based in League City that is engaged in activities that in some way promote the common good and general welfare of the League City community.
  2.  A League City chapter of a county or state-based civic organization that is engaged in activities that in some way promote the common good and general welfare of the League City community.
  3. A League City chapter of a national or international-based civic organization that is engaged in activities that in some way promote the common good and general welfare of the League City community.

If the number of applicants is over 12, a lottery system, using the priority list, will be used to determine the final selection.

Fee, Payment, and Placement 

The placement order of the twelve plaques on the monument sign will be randomly determined by a lottery/drawing process each year.  Plaques will not be placed on the sign until the City, and the City-selected vendor creating the plaque, have been paid in full.

Yearly Fee Schedule

1. $100 for civic organizations exclusively based in League City.

2. $250 for a League City chapter of a county or state-based civic organization.

3. $500 for a League City chapter of a national or international-based civic organization.

Fill out the online Application for Plaque on Civic Club Monument Sign

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