Mayor Dan Pope
Dan Pope was elected to serve as Mayor of Lubbock on May 7, 2016, and reelected May 5, 2018 to serve a second term. Mayor Pope has been an active member of the Lubbock community for more than 20 years, spending much of his time serving in leadership positions throughout the community. Dan was a member of the Lubbock Independent School District Board of Trustees for nine years and served as president of the Board.
State of the City
The State of the City presented by Mayor Dan Pope gives insight to the entire community and creates better communication between our citizens and City Hall, and promotes the positive aspects of life here in Lubbock. The presentation will include topics like public safety, economic development, creating new job opportunities, and bringing common sense leadership to City Hall operations and specifically includes how HR professionals can do their part in the community. Mayor Pope believes it is important to ensure the city is working for the best interests of all Lubbock citizens when tax dollars are spent and long-term decisions are made. Our citizens, neighborhoods, schools, private businesses, churches, and non-profit organizations all have an important role in leading our city towards a better future.
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