Waco Youth Council
The Mission of the Waco Youth Council is to provide Waco's youth with an active role inaddressing community issues and to serve as a voice for youth in all aspects of the community.
The Waco Youth Council Commission consists of 17-25 members. Members are eligible formultiple terms.
The Waco Youth Council has been formally in existence since 1999 and serves as a Youth Advisory Board to the Waco City Council. Memberships of the Youth Council will be representative of the age, genders, and ethnicity of the youth of Waco, and will represent a balance of geographical areas of the City of Waco.
Membership of the Youth Council will attempt to be composed of at least one representative from each of the high schools with Waco residents as attendants.
- To define specific ways to address community issues as they arise through the development of goals and objectives and recommended actions.
- To encourage and promote the education of youth regarding city government and the importance of citizen input, participation, and responsibility.
- To assist and advise the mayor, city council, and city departments and to schedule meetings with the mayor, city council and city staff on an as needed basis.
- To conduct surveys, studies, forums, seminars, workshops, special events, and awards as appropriate.
- To serve as youth ambassadors for the City of Waco.
Meetings & Activities
Regular Youth Council meetings are held on the 1st and 3rd Mondays of each month from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. The Youth Council also participates in other activities, meetings and community service projects in addition to their regular meeting schedule.
For more information email: Earl Stinett, or call (254) 750-8018.