TCFC's commitment to responsible leadership is reflected in its governance structure, led by a board of professionals who bring a wealth of knowledge from the areas of local government and affordable housing. The board operates with a desire to maintain transparency, accountability, and excellence, guiding TCFC towards its mission of community enhancement. Discover more about our governance policies, board responsibilities, ethical standards, and compliance mechanisms.
The Bylaws of the Travis County Facilities Corporation govern its issuance of financial obligations, record-keeping, and inspection rights. The board has directors appointed by the Housing Authority, serving six-year terms, with meetings held as legally required. Officers, including a President, Vice President, and Secretary/Treasurer, manage daily operations and finances.
The Articles of Incorporation outline the establishment of the Travis County Facilities Corporation, a nonprofit in Texas, purposed to support local public facility projects. Filed on January 11, 2001, it sets up a perpetual structure with a Board of Directors, states the corporation's nonprofit nature without members, and lists the initial directors and incorporators.