Wednesday, May 14, 2014

League City Launches New Outreach Effort in “City Hall in the Park”

The City of League City invites residents to learn more about their municipal government and share their opinions at upcoming monthly meetings held in their neighborhoods.

[Mark Rohr, League City’s City Manager]

City Manager Mark Rohr will be implementing the City Hall in the Park program starting next week. The informal monthly meetings, held the third Thursday of every month this summer, from 6-8 p.m., will feature informative updates by the City Manager and others. It will also feature a question and answer session that allows residents to share ideas about the City and the communities they call home. The meetings are casual and are to be held in neighborhood parks, community clubhouses and other locations throughout League City. “We hope to engage the community, create productive dialogues, solve community issues and build partnerships through this new program,” said City Manager Mark Rohr.

A complete list of events to be held this summer is shown below. Suggestion for future locations can be emailed to

MAY - COUNTRYSIDE PARK - Thursday, May 15; 6-8 pm; 100 Alderwood/ 501 N Bay Area Blvd, Under the pavilion.

JUNE - LEAGUE PARK - Thursday, June 19; 6-8 pm; 200 N. Park Ave.

JULY - HOMETOWN HEROES PARK - Thursday, JULY 17; 6-8 pm; 2105 Dickinson Ave.

AUGUST - MAGNOLIA CREEK - Thursday, August 21; 6-8 pm; 4751 League City Parkway, Homeowners Association Clubhouse.

City Manager Mark Rohr joined the League City team in March of 2014 with 31 years of local government experience.  Mr. Rohr most recently served as city manager for Joplin, Missouri, from 2004 until 2014.

By Pamela Moore, Feature Blogger for Brockway Realty, LLC.

Originally Posted on Brockway Realty LLC's Official Blog