Missouri City Citizens University (MCCU)
In accordance with community engagement and outreach initiatives, Missouri City invites residents to participate in Citizens University. During the 10-session program, participants meet with City staff members to learn about the inner workings of Missouri City, go on field trips, take tours and view City projects in process.
The program provides an opportunity for residents to share their input and feedback with City officials, as well as with the staff members who build budgets, construct capital projects, plan for growth, help our City remain green, emphasize fitness first and keep neighborhoods safe. It also allows community members who wish to branch out beyond being a leader in their individual neighborhoods, to become more involved with City services and programs.
Deadline to submit an application is Saturday, July 15. The City will host the first session of Citizens University in August. MCCU is a free, 10-session operational program facilitated by staff once a month to give residents an inside look at how local government works. Participants will be able to speak first hand with public servants who build budgets, manage capital improvement projects, plan for economic development and growth, help our City remain clean and green, emphasize fitness first, and keep neighborhoods safe. As part of the process, residents will also be able to provide input and feedback on strategic initiatives.