The City's Intergovernmental Relations Department is responsible for monitoring state and federal governmental activities, developing legislative programs approved by City Council, managing the City's federal and state consultants, and coordinating legislative activities with other public and private-sector entities and municipal advocacy organizations, such as the National League of Cities and Texas Municipal League. Through coordination with City departments, staff performs several intergovernmental relations functions including:
- Keeping the Mayor and City Council informed on current developments in the Texas Legislature & the United States Congress that might affect the City of Corpus Christi.
- Building and maintaining relationships between the City of Corpus Christi and elected/appointed officials.
- Leading the lobbying efforts in the Texas Legislature and the United States Congress on behalf of the City.
- Coordinating with City departments to develop legislative proposals that will enhance the City's ability to better serve its citizens.
- Promoting regional cooperation on issues impacting local governments throughout the Coastal Bend area.
- Work with the City departments on matters before state and federal agencies.
- Managing the City's federal and state consultants.
Intergovernmental Relations Services
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Ryan Skrobarczyk, Director of Intergovernmental Relations