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2021-2022 CPS Energy Board Search Quadrant 1:

2021 Vacancy Announcement:

CPS Energy is accepting applications from interested and qualified persons to be considered for the upcoming Board of Trustees vacancy. This vacancy requires that applicants reside in the northwest quadrant of CPS Energy's service area.  To confirm the quadrant in which you reside, visit the Quadrant Map Locator or type in your address on the Quadrant Information webpage.

The deadline to submit an application is 5:00 PM CST, August 31, 2021. 

To access the application and criteria for eligibility, click here.

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The CPS Energy Board of Trustees, in accordance with bond ordinances, governs the natural gas and electric utility. The Board consists of four citizens residing in each of the four geographical quadrants within Bexar County and the Mayor of San Antonio, who serves as an ex-officio member. Trustees may serve for a term of five years and are eligible to serve an additional five-year term.

The Board has full authority to make rules and regulations governing the furnishing of electric and gas service and full authority with reference to making extensions, improvements and additions to CPS Energy electric and gas systems, and to adopt rules for the orderly handling of CPS Energy affairs. While the Board serves as the governance authority over CPS Energy, the utility must go to the City Council for the following:

  • Rate adjustments;
  • Condemnation proceedings;
  • Issuance of bonds, notes, or commercial paper; and
  • Appointing Board members.


  • Five-member Board
    • Four Bexar County Residents from different geographical quadrants of the city
    • San Antonio City Mayor – ex officio member
  • Mayor is a voting member of the Board 
    • Represents the City Council and is responsible for keeping it fully advised and informed of all Board actions.


  • Members serve five-year terms
  • Members may be reappointed for one term only (maximum 10 years)
  • Members (other than Mayor) may be removed by unanimous vote of the remaining Board members