About Texas' Big City Mayors
Texas’ Big City Mayors is a bipartisan coalition of mayors from Texas’ most populous cities, representing nearly one third of the state’s residents, that advocates for policies and initiatives that will strengthen our communities and improve the quality of life for all Texans.
Meet the Mayors
Texas’ BCM is currently comprised of 16 bipartisan mayors representing over 8.5 million Texans from every corner of the state.
In the News
Texas mayors ask Legislature to consider housing, internet access with $16B of federal funds (San Antonio Report / September 21, 2021)
Texas' big-city mayors ask Gov. Greg Abbott for power to impose face mask rules (Texas Tribune / June 16, 2020)
Note: Advocacy efforts of Texas’ Big City Mayors are based on the decisions of a majority of participating mayors and may not reflect the views of all. Individual support is expressed by signing on to letters and/or statements.
Flexibility for ARPA local recovery funds (November 2021)
Priorities for remainder of State ARPA funding (September 2021)
Local control & COVID-19 safety measures (June 2020)