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City Secretary

The City Secretary Department's mission is to facilitate, support and enhance the efforts of the City Council to fulfill the duties and responsibilities of their office and the ability of the general public to acquire and access public records and information. 

Minutes are available in PDF format online. CDs or DVDs are available for purchase or can be viewed online

City Code of Ordinances is available online or at the Library. 

Forms Available

November 6 General Election Information

Early voting Locations:

  • Richland College Campus (Garland), 675 W. Walnut at Glenbrook
  • South Garland Branch Library 4845 Broadway Blvd.
  • Sep 22 Deadline to mail overseas and military ballots
  • Oct 9 Last day to register to vote in this election
  • Oct 22 First day to vote early in this election
    • Oct 22-26 8 AM to 5 PM
    • Oct 27 7AM to 7PM
    • Oct 28 1PM to 6PM
    • Oct 29 - Nov 02 7AM to 7PM
  • Oct 26 Last day to receive applications for ballots by mail and Federal Post Card Applications (FPCA)
  • Nov 02 Last day to vote early in person in this election
  • Nov 06 Election Day

Additional ID Options for Voters

The City of Garland reminds Texans that voters who cannot obtain one of the seven forms of approved photo ID now have additional options when voting in person. See a complete list of acceptable photo ID and supporting documentation on the Elections page.

Helpful links:

Reasonable Impediment Declaration.pdf

Spanish - Reasonable Impediment Declaration.pdf

Interim Remedy Order.pdf






Solicitor permits for door to door home solicitation and individual/group home flyer distribution are issued by the Garland Police Department at 1891 Forest Lane 972-205-1658.

Garland City Secretary's Office
200 N. Fifth St.
Fourth Floor
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
972-205-2404 (Phone)
972-205-2504 (Fax)