The 28-member Executive Committee, CAPCOG’s governing body, largely comprises city and county elected officials nominated and selected annually to provide direction to CAPCOG staff on program implementation, budgets, contracts and general policies and procedures for managing the agency. The committee has up to four nonvoting seats for state legislators representing Texas Planning Region 12, the CAPCOG 10-county region.
Executive Committee members serve a one-year term from January through December and meet at 10 a.m. on second Wednesdays of each month.
CAPCOG’s Executive Committee, its staff and its members have the mission to continue to strengthen the Capital of Texas ten-county region by supporting urban and rural local governments through coordination, collaboration, and sharing of ideas and resources.
Meetings, Minutes and Bylaws
The Executive Committee abides the CAPCOG bylaws which define how CAPCOG is organized and managed. Article V and VI entitled the Executive Committee and Officers of the Council respectfully address the powers of the governing body. Other sections address the selection of the Executive Committee.
Read the bylaws.
10 a.m. Wednesday, March, 8, 2023
CAPCOG Lantana Room
6800 Burleson Road
Building 310, Suite 155
Austin, TX 78744
Contact Mason W. Canales, CAPCOG public information coordinator, if you wish to address the executive committed during the meeting.
View upcoming agendas, past agendas and minutes.
In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, CAPCOG will provide for reasonable accommodations at its public meetings upon request. Requests from persons needing special accommodations should be received by CAPCOG staff 48 hours in advance of the meeting. Please call 512-916-6163 or email for assistance.
Capital Area Emergency Communications District Board of Managers
The Executive Committee also serves as the Capital Area Emergency Communications District’s Board of Managers. In this role, they are charged with determining funding sources, setting governing policy, appointing a technical advisory committee, adopting a budget and staffing the district.
- Commissioner Clara Beckett, Bastrop County
- Judge Brett Bray, Blanco County
- Judge James Oakley, Burnet County
- Judge Hoppy Haden, Caldwell County
- Judge Dan Mueller, Fayette County
- Commissioner Debbie Ingalsbe, Hays County
- Commissioner Steven Knobloch, Lee County
- Judge Ron Cunningham, Llano County
- Judge Andy Brown, Travis County
- Commissioner Ann Howard, Travis County
- Commissioner Russ Boles, Williamson County
Representing the City of Austin
- Council Member Mackenzie Kelly
Representing cities greater than 100,000
- Council Member Matthew Baker, City of Round Rock
Representing cities with 25,000 to 100,000
- Council Member Ron Garland, City of Georgetown
- Council Member Esmeralda Mattke Longoria, City of Leander
- Mayor Pro Tem Doug Weiss, City of Pflugerville
- Mayor Jane Hughson, City of San Marcos
Representing cities with less than 25,000
- Council Member Kevin Hight, City of Bee Cave
- Mayor Rachel Lumpee, City of Blanco
- Mayor Lew White, City of Lockhart
- Council Member Janice Bruno, City of Smithville
- Mayor Brandt Rydell, City of Taylor
- Mayor Connie Schroeder, City of Bastrop
- Commissioner Joe Don Dockery, Burnet County
- Commissioner Cynthia Long, Williamson County
- State Senator Pete Flores
- State Rep. Stan Gerdes
- State Rep. Terry Wilson
Chair – Judge James Oakley
First Vice Chair – Mayor Lew White
Second Vice Chair – Commissioner Debbie Ingalsbe
Secretary – Council Member Matt Baker
Parliamentarian – Mayor Jane Hughson
Immediate Past Chair – Mayor Brandt Rydell