About the Texas Municipal League
The Texas Municipal League exists solely to provide services to Texas cities. Since its formation in 1913, the League's mission has remained the same: to serve the needs and advocate the interests of its members.
Membership in the League is voluntary and is open to any city in Texas. From the original 14 members, TML's membership has grown to 1,135 cities.
|Population||Number of Member Cities|
|Under 5,000||781 (68.8%)|
|5,000 - 9,999||131 (11.5%)|
|10,000 - 24,999||113 (10%)|
|25,000 - 49,999||48 (4.2%)|
|50,000 - 99,999||28 (2.5%)|
|100,000 and Over||34 (3%)|
Over 16,000 mayors, councilmembers, city managers, city attorneys, and city department heads are member officials of the League by virtue of their cities' participation. To search the member database, visit the TML Texas City Officials Directory.
Membership in the League is voluntary and open to any city in Texas. Membership fees are based on the population of the city.
- Legal guidance and information on municipal legal matters
- Representation for your city on municipal legislative issues at the state and federal levels
- Onsite and online training that covers a variety of city-related topics
- Key publications, such as the Texas Town & City magazine, the Handbook for Mayors and Councilmembers, How Cities Work, Texas City Officials Directory, and A Guide to Becoming a City Official
- Networking and problem-solving opportunities
- Free advertising on the TML Career Center
The League has over 400 associate members from private sector companies, organizations, and individuals striving to provide quality services and products to municipal governments in Texas. For a list of current members, visit the Buyer's Guide. For information on joining the Texas Municipal League as an associate member, please visit Associate Membership.