Project Staffing and Administration

  • Advocate for the District’s legitimate share of city, county, and state resources.
  • Accurately reflect the costs of providing services in each program area through a carefully monitored cost allocation system.
  • Provide annual financial audits that protect the financial integrity of the District and help ensure the most efficient use of resources.
  • Ensure compliance with the Texas Public Information Act (Open Records Act), Open Meetings Act, Public Funds Investment Act, and all other applicable state, federal and local laws and regulations.
  • Establish a strategic plan for the Montrose Community, including a capital improvement program.
  • Monitor, evaluate, and adjust administrative systems and procedures to assure maximum benefit on revenues received by the District from property owner assessments, grants, contracts, and other financial resources.