Municipal Clerk's Office Achievement of Excellence Award
The 2023 application period is Jan. 1, 2023, through March 15, 2023.
TMCA's Municipal Clerk's Office Achievement of Excellence Award was designed to recognize excellence in the effective and efficient management of resources in a municipal clerk’s office. The first recipients were awarded in 2020. The Achievement of Excellence Award covers a period of two years.
The Municipal Clerk’s Office Achievement of Excellence Award is open to all offices of Texas Registered Municipal Clerks and the municipality they represent.
Applying for the 2023 Award
It is required that each office submitting an application for the award have at least one staff person in the office who has achieved their Texas Registered Municipal Clerk designation by time of application. Application for the Municipal Clerk’s Office Achievement of Excellence Award requires a complete application packet (including all required documentation) and the application fee to be received by the TMCA office by the March 15 deadline to qualify for consideration.
TMCA’s Award of Excellence Committee will review entries for completeness. Incomplete applications will not be considered. A municipal clerk’s office will be awarded the Achievement of Excellence Award based on whether or not they met the criteria in nine of the twelve stated standards.The municipal clerk's office need not provide all services indicated in each standard, but shall include documentation demonstrating achievement of each standard selected. Once awarded, the Municipal Clerk's Office Achievement of Excellence Award covers a period of two years.
An application packet can be submitted from Jan. 1--March 15, CLICK HERE to submit the completed application. The person submitting the application will be advised of the Committee’s decision no later than the first week of May.
TMCA's Municipal Clerk's Office Achievement of Excellence Award has been awarded to:
City of Abilene, City of Angleton, City of Anna, City of Azle, City of Brownsville, City of Buda, City of Canadian, City of Carrollton, City of Coppell, City of Corpus Christi, City of Duncanville, City of Forest Hill, City of Garden Ridge, City of Greenville, City of Haslet, City of Irving, City of North Richland Hills, City of Quinlan, City of Rockport, City of Schertz, City of Shady Shores, City of Southlake, City of Victoria, City of Weatherford, and City of Wylie, Texas.
City of Allen, City of Alton, Town of Argyle, City of Austin, Town of Bartonville, City of Bedford, City of Euless, City of Farmers Branch, City of Fredericksburg, City of Graham, City of Hondo, City of La Porte, City of Livingston, City of Manor, City of Plano, City of Richardson, City of San Antonio, City of Stephenville, and City of Wichita Falls, Texas.