About ACSC

Cities have been advocating on behalf of natural gas consumers for generations — especially at the Texas Railroad Commission. In fact, concerns raised by municipalities contributed to the Texas Legislature’s decision in 1920 to assign gas utility matters to the Commission. The experience of cities handling gas ratemaking issues on behalf of consumers is unparalleled.

One of the most important municipal coalitions currently active in gas ratemaking is the Atmos Cities Steering Committee, an organization of more than 150 cities in north and central Texas with nearly 1.2 million residential customers. Membership in this standing committee is determined by passage of a resolution by each governing body. The Steering Committee undertakes activities on behalf of its city members and their citizens such as participation in rate cases, rulemakings and legislative efforts that impact natural gas rates.

Atmos Steering Committee Cities include

Abilene
Addison
Albany
Allen
Alvarado
Angus
Anna
Archer City
Argyle
Arlington
Aubrey
Azle
Bedford
Bellmead
Belton
Benbrook
Beverly Hills
Blossom
Blue Ridge
Bowie
Boyd
Bridgeport
Brownwood
Bryan
Buffalo
Burkburnett
Burleson
Caddo Mills
Canton
Carrollton
Cedar Hill
Celeste
Celina
Centerville
Cisco
Clarksville
Cleburne
Clyde
College Station
Colleyville
Colorado City
Comanche
Commerce
Coolidge
Coppell
Corinth

Crandall
Cross Roads
Crowley
Dalworthington Gardens
Denison
Denton
DeSoto
Draper
Duncanville
Early
Eastland
Edgecliff Village
Emory
Ennis
Euless
Everman
Fairview
Farmers Branch
Farmersville
Fate
Flower Mound
Forest Hill
Forney
Fort Worth
Frisco
Frost
Gainesville
Garland
Garrett
Georgetown
Glenn Heights
Grand Prairie
Grapevine
Groesbeck
Gunter
Haltom City
Harker Heights
Haskell
Haslet
Hewitt
Highland Park
Highland Village
Honey Grove
Hurst
Hutchison
Hutto
Iowa Park
Irving
Justin
Kaufman

Keene
Keller
Kemp
Kennedale
Kerens
Kerrville
Killeen
Krum
Lake Dallas
Lakeside
Lake Worth
Lancaster
Lavon
Lewisville
Little Elm
Little River Academy
Lorena
Madisonville
Malakoff
Mansfield
McKinney
Melissa
Mesquite
Midlothian
Murphy
Newark
Nocona
North Richland Hills
Northlake
Oak Leaf
Ovilla
Palestine
Pantego
Paris
Parker
Pecan Hill
Petrolia
Plano
Ponder
Pottsboro
Prosper
Quitman
Red Oak
Reno (Parker County)
Rhome

Richardson
Richland
Richland Hills
River Oaks
Roanoke
Robinson
Rockwall
Roscoe
Rowlett
Royce City
Sachse
Saginaw
Sansom Park
Seagoville
Seymour
Sherman
Snyder
Southlake
Springtown
Stamford
Stephenville
Sulphur Springs
Sweetwater
Temple
Terrell
The Colony
Trophy Club
Tyler
University Park
Venus
Vernon
Waco
Watauga
Waxahachie
Westlake
Westover Hills
Westworth Village
Whitesboro
White Settlement
Wichita Falls
Wilmer
Woodway
Wylie

Total: 160 Members

Updated July 28, 2022

Contact Us

Atmos Cities Steering Committee President

Jennifer Richie
jenniferr@wacotx.gov