Fort Concho Museum Board
The Fort Concho Board is an advisory board to the City in the operation and administration of all the Fort Concho Museum properties of the City.
The authority and responsibility of the board expressly includes:
- Establishing goals, objectives and operational policies for the fort which are consistent with City Council policies and objectives.
- Approving all budget proposals made to the City Managers Office and the City Council.
- Establishing guidelines for acquisition, restoration, preservation and maintenance of Fort Concho and museum property so long as those procedures do not conflict with existing objectives and policies of the City Council.
- Determining regulations, guidelines, and procedures for staffing, operation and programs for Fort Concho.
Agendas are posted on the bulletin board in the lobby of City Hall, the City of San Angelo website, and at the Ft. Concho office.
Board members are appointed to three-year terms by members of the City Council. Board members may serve no more than two consecutive full terms. Members should be twenty one (21) years of age or older and residents of the City of San Angelo (Code of Ordinance, Ch. 2, Art. 2.2600). The Fort Concho Museum Board is authorized at fifteen members.
Board meetings take place on the third Tuesday of the month at 3:30 pm, in Officers' Quarters 8 at Fort Concho (215 East Avenue D).