House District 136 Community Advisory Boards

community advisory board

Office of State Representative John Bucy III

The Community Advisory Boards (CABs) for Texas House District 136 consist of a diverse group of individuals with strong ties to the community and an interest in the legislative process in order to help tailor Rep. Bucy’s Legislative Agenda and ensure the needs of the constituents in HD 136 are being met. There will be CABs for the following areas: Education, Health Care, City & County Affairs, and Criminal Justice & Social Equity. 

Note: Membership is not restricted to residents of HD 136, but strong preference and consideration will be given to constituents.


To apply for a vacant position please fill out the google form.


The purpose of the organization shall be to:

  • Assist in identifying legislation that is of interest to House District 136.
  • Disseminate information from the office of Representative Bucy about legislation, community events, or other developments that will impact the community.
  • Provide feedback regarding community needs and legislative priorities to the office of Representative Bucy.
  • Schedule a day at the Capitol to lobby House Members on legislative priorities. 


CAB Members are committed to remaining informed about Representative Bucy’s mission, programs, activities, accomplishments, and strategic plan for House District 136. The success of the CABs is predicated on robust dialogue and active participation by each CAB Member, including attending regular meetings, the Annual Meetings, the post-session Town Hall, and Lobby Days.


Each CAB shall meet monthly during the Legislative Session (Jan-May of odd years). During the Interim, CABs may meet every other month with no meetings in July or December. In non-Legislative Session years, boards will meet at least quarterly. Meetings will be set by each CAB in consultation with the office of Representative Bucy.


Please contact Sara Groff, District Director, at or at 512-259-1478 with any questions about the HD 136 Community Advisory Boards or the application process.