TCDC is guided by a governance framework that ensures transparency, accountability, and responsible management. Our board members oversee strategic planning, financial stewardship, and program development, aligning operations with our mission to enhance local government effectiveness and expand affordable housing opportunities.
The Amended and Restated Bylaws of the Travis County Development Corporation, a Texas Nonprofit Corporation, adopted by its Board of Directors on February 12, 2005, establish the corporation's governance structure, detailing the roles, powers, and responsibilities of its board of directors, officers, and committees. The board, vested with the corporation’s general management, consists of five directors whose tenure is connected to their positions with the Housing Authority of Travis County, Texas.
The document certifies the incorporation of Travis County Development Corporation in Texas. Issued by the Secretary of State on October 3, 2001, it confirms the corporation's Articles of Incorporation are legally compliant.
The Articles of Incorporation for the Travis County Development Corporation, a non-profit organization incorporated in Texas, detail the purpose of the corporation, which is to provide affordable housing for lower-income residents in Travis County. It lists the initial directors and specifies that the corporation will have no members and will operate exclusively for the benefit of the Housing Authority of Travis County.
The Articles of Amendment for the Travis County Development Corporation, in accordance with the Texas Non-Profit Corporation Act, were adopted on February 12, 2005, by unanimous vote from the Board of Directors. The amendments include a revision to Article Four to underscore the corporation's exclusively charitable, educational, and scientific purposes within the meaning of section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.