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Women Leaders
Making a Difference
MPAC Celebrates 20 Years of Commitment to the City of Arlington!
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MPAC Focus Groups for 2024

  • Monitor City Council (standing committee) - Members of this committee attend (or monitor) every work session and meeting of the Arlington City Council and distribute summary reports to MPAC members.

  • Community Connections -The goal of the Community Connections Focus Group is to have a positive impact on the future development of Arlington by being a bridge between city officials and the citizens of Arlington.

  • Environmental, Beautification, Natural Resources - A strong City leadership with environmental education and community stewardship ensures preservation of natural resources and the beautification of Arlington. We will encourage current and new city council members to revisit and address the recommendations brought forth in the 2020 Enviromental Task Force Final report.
    We will encourage the reinstatement of the nine-year, very missed, Ecofest. Recyling, Bee City and Monarch City would be a vital link in this event.
    We continue to lose valuable tree canopy and historic Cross Timbers to development.  We will encourage city staff to review the ECE recommendations.

  • Traffic - As concerned citizens of Arlington, we have witnessed the growth and growing pains that comes with becoming a large city, specifically in the areas of traffic flow and traffic safety.  As we continue our work to make Arlington a great place to live, work and play, we are concerned how the City of Arlington is addressing the increase in traffic congestion, traffic violations, and the impact multi-housing developments have on traffic flow and safety.  MPAC is committed to working with City officials to address these challenges.

Who We Are...

We are a group of women leaders dedicated to making Arlington a better place to live, work, and play through our active involvement in local issues and elections. We contribute to public discourse about policy issues in our community. We identify and support specific issues and candidates who promote long term solutions, not short term fixes for Arlington. We do not engage in partisan politics, endorse or otherwise support partisan political affairs; but we do endorse candidates in municipal elections.

After the Candidate Coffee on March 9 MPAC endorsed these 2024 City Council candidates:

Long Pham, Raul Gonzalez, Tim Goss, 

Bowie Hogg

MPAC Yearly Events

  • January
    Annual issues selection meeting and task force creation

  • February
    Task forces re-convene to develop strategies

  • March
    Annual Candidates Coffee

  • April
    Community Connection - AISD Earth Day Festival​

  • June
    MPAC Meeting

  • September
    Social and Invite Potential New Members to join us.

  • November
    Annual Meeting

  • December
    Holiday Social

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