Updated Jan. 25. Most of the state’s 100 largest cities will hold elections for city council members and mayor in 2017.

The mayor and all council positions are on the May 2017 ballot in Amarillo, Beaumont. Dallas, Fort Worth, McAllen and San Antonio. Abilene, El Paso and 35 other cities will elect mayors and at least one council member in May.

A few cities’ municipal elections will coincide with the November constitutional amendment election. Austin, Houston and 11 other cities (out of the 100 largest) do not have an election scheduled for 2017.

Local Elections 2017

February 18

Frisco – council P1 special election

May 6

Abilene – mayor and two council members (P3, P4)
Allen – mayor and one council member (P2)
Amarillo – mayor and all council members
Arlington – mayor and four council members (D3, D4, D5, D8)
Beaumont – mayor and all council members
Bedford – two council members (P4, P6)
Big Spring – two council members (D1, D3)
Brownsville – three council members (AL-B, D3, D4)
Burleson – mayor and three council members (P2, P4, P6)
Carrollton – mayor and three council members (P2, P4, P6)
Cedar Hill – mayor and two council members (P3, P5)
Cedar Park – three council members (P1, P3, P5)
Cleburne – two council members (D2, D3)
The Colony – four council members (P3, P4, P5, P6)
Coppell – four council members (P1, P3, P5, P7)
Corpus Christi – special election to fill mayor’s unexpired term
Dallas – all council members
Deer Park – mayor and three council members (P1, P2, P3)
Denton – three city council members (D2, D3, D4)
DeSoto – two council members (P2, P4)
Duncanville – three council members (D1, D3, D5)
Edinburg – mayor and two council members (P1, P2)
El Paso – mayor and four council members (D2, D3, D4, D7)
Euless – mayor and two council members (P2, P4)
Farmers Branch – mayor and one council member (D2)
Flower Mound – three council members (P1, P3, P5)
Fort Worth – mayor and all council members
Friendswood – two council members (P2, P5)
Frisco – mayor and two council members (P5, P6)
Garland – mayor and all council members
Georgetown – mayor and two council members (D2, D6)
Grand Prairie – three council members (AL-1, D1, D3)
Grapevine – two council members (P5, P6)
Haltom City – mayor and three council members (P1, P2, P7)
Hurst – three council members (P1, P2, P6)
Irving – mayor and two council members (D3, D5)
Keller – mayor and two council members (P5, P6)
Killeen – four council members (D1, D2, D3, D4)
La Porte – three council members (AL-B, D1, D6)
Lake Jackson – three council members (P1, P3, P5)
Lancaster – three council members (D2, D4, D6)
Lewisville – two council members (P1, P3)
Longview – two council members (D3, D4)
Lufkin – two council members (W5, W6)
Mansfield – two council members (P6, P7)
McAllen – mayor and all council members
McKinney – mayor and three council members (D1, D3, AL-2)
Mesquite – mayor and three council members (P1, P2, P6)
Nacogdoches – mayor and two council members (NE, NW)
New Braunfels – mayor and two council members (D5, D6)
North Richland Hills – four council members (P1, P3, P5, P7)
Pasadena – mayor and all council members
Pearland – mayor and two council members (P3, P4)
Pharr – three council members (P2, P3, P4)
Plano – mayor and three council members (P2, P4, P8)
Port Arthur – four council members (D1, D2, D3, D8)
Richardson – mayor and all council members
Rockwall – mayor and three council members (P1, P3, P5)
Rosenberg – mayor and two council members (AL-1, AL-2)
Round Rock – mayor and two council members (P1, P4)
Rowlett – three council members (P1, P3, P5)
San Angelo – mayor and three council members (D2, D4, D6)
San Antonio – mayor and all council members
San Juan – mayor and two council members (P2, P3)
Sugar Land – four council members (D1, D2, D3, D4)
Temple – mayor and two council members (D2, D3)
Tyler – three council members (D1, D3, D5)
Victoria – mayor and two council members (D5, D6)
Waco – three council members (D2, D4, D5)
Waxahachie – two council members (P2, P4)
Wylie – mayor and two council members (P5, P6)

November 7

Baytown – three council members (D4, D5, D6)
Bryan – two council members (D3, D4)
College Station – three council members (P1, P3, P5)
Copperas Cove – two council members (P6, P7)
Huntsville – five council members (AL-1, W1, W2, W3, W4)
Kyle – mayor and two council members (D2, D4)
Midland – mayor and three council members (AL-2, D1, D3)
Missouri City – four council members (DA, DB, DC, DD)
Pflugerville – two council members (P2, P4)
San Marcos – two council members (P3, P4)
Schertz – three council members (P3, P4, P5)
Sherman – two council members (D2, D4)
Socorro – three council members (D1, D3, D4)
Texarkana – three council members (W2, W3, W5)
Weslaco – two council members (P3, P4)
Wichita Falls – three council members (AL, D1, D2)
The Woodlands – three council members (P5, P7, P8)

No Elections in 2017

Austin
Conroe
Del Rio
Galveston
Harlingen
Houston
Laredo
League City
Lubbock
Mission
Odessa
Texas City

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