The Winnsboro City Council meets regularly at City Hall, 501 S. Main Street, the second Tuesday of the month at 5:30 P.M.  The public is cordially invited to attend these meetings.

City Elections are held the Second Saturday in May.  Early Voting is held in the Office of the City Secretary, 501 S. Main Street, and Regular Voting is held at the City Civic Center located on Wheeler Drive in the City Park.

 Randy Parrish

 Mayor Richard R. Parrish

Term: 5/2015 - 5/2017

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Conflict of Interest Questionnaire

   As a long time resident of Winnsboro, Randy has been involved in Winnsboro in many different capacities, and has served the citizenry in many ways.   Randy is currently self-employed providing private security consulting services and has been in the Information Technology / Security industry for over 18 years.  He is very familiar with the technology needs of local governments today.  This is expertise and knowledge Randy hopes to put to good use for the City of Winnsboro.  He also wants to work with City Staff to help make Winnsboro more transparent in its governmental operations.

 Brenda Shirley new

 Mayor Pro-Tem

Brenda Shirley

Term: 5/2016 - 5/2018

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 Michael Jaynes

Councilmember

Michael Jaynes

Term: 5/2016 - 5/2018

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   In 1972 Michael Jaynes, took his first step into the world of acting and entertainment.His adventure started as an actor /dancer in Musical Theatre. As he developed his talent and leadership, Michael took the next step as Director/Producer. Some of his work include; The National Touring companies of “The Music Machine Live”, “Gingerbrook Fare” Live,”The Passion”, “Back Stage” and many others. In 2007 Michael was a part of making History, When the weekly Si-Fi show “Satacracy 88” in which Michael plays the role of “Sandy Carter”, became the first Broad Band show to win an “Emmy” for “Outstanding Drama”.

    For over three decades, He has developed an extraordinary talent as Actor, Teacher and Life coach. Along the way Michael has always had a desire to help others grow and understand, “WHO they really are and WHAT they can become”.

     Michael moved to Winnsboro, Tx in 2010 when he married local girl Sandra Fransen. They have seven children and eight grandchildren. Being apart of a growing community is very important aspect of life. Currently Michael serves on the Main Street board. He is the President and CEO of “Moon Monkey Production” and the Finance Manager at Texas Country Ford. 

Joan Morris 

 Councilmember

Joan Morris

Term: 5/2015 - 5/2017

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Form of Government
The City of Winnsboro is a Type A general-law municipality. The Administration is responsible for the overall operation of the City and implementing the policies established by the Mayor and the City Council. The six-member at-large Council serves two-year terms with annual elections being held on the first Saturday in May as provided by Chapter 41 of the Election Code. To be eligible for the position of mayor, a person must be a registered voter and must have resided within the municipal limits for at least 12 months preceding the Election Day.  To be eligible for the office of council member, a person must be a registered voter and must reside within the City for a period of six (6) months. City Council meets on the second Tuesday of each month at 5:00 pm.  Agendas are posted in the glass encased bulletin board on the south side of the building on the Friday prior to the meeting. All meetings are open to the public. Residents are encouraged to participate.