Port Freeport is ranked among the Nation’s top 30 ports. As an economic driver in Brazoria County, the region and Texas, Port Freeport is committed to keeping local communities informed of our current operations, future activities and financial status. As a result, Port Freeport’s Commission and the Chief Executive Officer formed the “Community Advisory Panel.”
The Community Advisory Panel (C.A.P.), formerly known as “Krewe of Port Freeport”, was established in 2009. The C.A.P.’s purpose is to forge a partnership based on transparency and education and to receive feedback from established and interested leaders in the Port Freeport Community. Members of the panel have become the voice for Port Freeport to their communities!
Each Commissioner shall nominate up to seven (7) members. Members must reside within the Navigation District boundaries at the time of membership. Commissioners may nominate publicly elected officials to be members, with a maximum of six (6) publicly elected officials nominated at any given time. The Chief Executive Officer and staff shall nominate seven (7) members. Members shall be permitted to invite their spouse or a guest to attend meetings.
Each Community Advisory Panel Member shall serve a two-year term. If a member misses two consecutive meetings, staff shall notify the appropriate Commissioner of the consecutive absences, and the Commissioner shall decide whether to remove and nominate a replacement member.
The Community Advisory Panel of Port Freeport dinner meetings will be held at different venues around the Navigation District on a quarterly basis. The Chief Executive Officer will be responsible for the program.
"Joining the Community Advisory Panel was a great decision."