About the Capital Improvements Advisory Committee
The Capital Improvements Advisory Commission (CIAC) serves in advisory capacity to the City Council regarding long-term growth issues. The CIAC advises and assists the Council in adopting land use assumptions reviews the Capital Improvements Plan, and monitors its implementation. The Committee also reviews impact fees, which developers pay to cover the costs of this infrastructure.
The CIAC meets twice a year, usually prior to a regular Planning & Zoning Commission meeting. Please refer to the online calendar for scheduled meetings.
All regular members of the Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z) serve on the CIAC, and additional ad hoc members may be appointed by the City Council. If the current P&Z Commission does not include at least one representative of the real estate, development or building industries, then one representative of these industries will be appointed as an ad hoc voting member. If impact fees are applied in city’s extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ), a representative from that area will be appointed as an ac hoc member. Ad hoc members serve two-year terms and must reside within the city limits or ETJ. Terms for non-ad-hoc members are concurrent with their P&Z terms.
Al Kosik (Chairman)
David Pavliska (Vice-Chairman)
Jim Boles (Ad Hoc Member)
Sally Decelis (Ad Hoc Member)
Communicate with members
Contact commissioners through Diane Buck at 512-341-3166. Send correspondence in care of the Planning & Community Development Department, 301 W. Bagdad Avenue #210, Round Rock, TX 78664.
June 2013: Boles, Decelis, Flores, Kosik, Leffingwell, Shelgren
June 2014: Drapes, Morales, Pavliska, Peckham, Yawn