Commissioner Garcia Boards, Committees, and Commissions

Administrative Office:  500 Elm Street, Suite 7400, Dallas, TX 75202
Road and Bridge Office:  4403 W. Illinois Avenue, Dallas, TX 75211
Administrative Office:  (214) 653-6670 | Fax: (214) 653-7994
District Office:  (214) 339-8381 | Fax: (214) 337-9558

Committee NamePosition HeldCommittee DescriptionMeeting Dates
Criminal Justice Advisory Board (CJAB)ChairThe forum for law enforcement, community, business and professional collaboration leading to an effective and just criminal justice system that ensures Dallas County is safe, secure and prepared. The principle mission is to identify opportunities for improvement in the criminal justice system of Dallas County.Quarterly
Continuous Improvement Steering Committee (CISC)MemberThe Continuous Improvement Committee helps drive departmental participation, ensures initiatives are resourced, and cheers successes as the Commissioners Court aims to take the organization to a higher level of operation.Monthly
DWI TaskforceChairDallas County’s DWI taskforce is a volunteer organization composed of more than a dozen civic and government entities of Dallas County. The DWI’s mission is educating the Citizens of Dallas County from the youngest to the oldest about the dangers of driving while under the influence of alcohol or drugs.Quarterly
Facilities Management CommitteeChairThe mission is to ensure an exceptional built environment that supports our government processes and enhances the delivery of high-quality services to our residents and businesses. Whether investing in new sustainable construction, renovation, maintenance and repair of historical buildings, utilities, grounds care, or janitorial services - we aspire to efficiently protect the County’s assets while promoting environmental stewardship.Quarterly:
Tuesday/Wednesday - 10:00am
New Life OpportunitiesChairIs a nonprofit 501(c)3 organization that provide resources to victims of prostitution as they transition between services and continue toward recovery. It oversees the STOP (Solicitors, Traffickers, and Offenders of Prostitution) School that provides education to ‘johns” or male clients who solicit women for prostitution. It also works with the Dallas County District Attorney’s Office Pre-Trial Intervention (PTI) program.Quarterly
North Texas Behavioral Health Authority (NTBHA)Vice-ChairOversees State-funded indigent mental health and substance use disorder services for a six-county region that includes Dallas, Ellis, Hunt, Kaufman, Navarro, and Rockwall Counties. Monthly
Public Employee Benefits Cooperative (PEBC)Board MemberProvides government employees choice, flexibility and value as they strive to manage costs in an era of double-digit health care increases. The PEBC provides many services including joint purchase of employee benefits and cost-effective, centralized administration. Member groups include Dallas County, Tarrant County, the North Texas Tollway Authority, Denton County and Parker County.6 - 8 Times/Year