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The McKinney City Council has seven members. Four council members are elected to single-member districts; two council members and the mayor are elected at large. Each council member term is four years. 

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George FullerMayorReport Archive
Rainey Rogers
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Justin BellerCouncil Member - District 1
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Geré FeltusCouncil Member - District 3
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Rick FranklinCouncil Member - District 4
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Charlie PhilipsCouncil Member - At Large 1
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Frederick Frazier
Council Member - At Large 2
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George FullerGeorge Fuller


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George Fuller was elected Mayor of McKinney in May 2017. He is a builder and developer of custom homes and commercial properties with George C. Fuller Contracting.

Mayor Fuller is the managing construction partner for Adriatica, a 46-acre mixed-use development in McKinney. He developed community infrastructures, retail shopping centers, condominiums, business centers and some of the most award winning and decorated homes in North Texas. Mayor Fuller received the Builder of the Year Award six years in a row from D Magazine along with honors from the National Home Builder Association Awards, including “Best Craftsmanship,” “Best Overall Home,” “Best Floor Plan,” and multiple “People’s Choice” awards.

Mayor Fuller also has several ventures outside of construction including Body Quest, Inc., an international exercise equipment manufacturing and distributing company. He co-created Everide Automotive Parts, Inc., an automotive heating and cooling parts company with national distribution. He also founded Airtech Heating and Cooling, Inc., a Dallas-based commercial and residential general contracting company. Currently, he owns The Guitar Sanctuary, a high-end guitar and music equipment boutique recently named one of the Top 20 Coolest Guitar Shops in the country by Premier Guitar magazine, along with The Sanctuary Music and Event Center and the Sanctuary Performance Academy.

Mayor Fuller serves as President of the Stonebridge Ranch Commercial Association. He and his wife, Maylee, are co-founders of the Love Life Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to bringing awareness of the many tragedies inflicted upon children and identifying & supporting agencies & groups that bring relief & comfort to the young victims and their families. He is also a member of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and a Board Director for Meals on Wheels. He previously served as Chairman of the McKinney Community Development Corporation.

Mayor Fuller studied Business Management and Business Law at Norwich University, the nation’s oldest private military academy. He and his wife live in McKinney and have four children.

Rainey RobersRainey Rogers

Mayor Pro Tem / Council Member District 2

Rainey Rogers was elected as the City Council member representing District 2 in 2015. He served as Mayor Pro Tem in 2017.

Council member Rogers is a Certified Financial Planner (CFP) and the current owner of Rogers-Tate Financial, a wealth management and financial planning firm located in McKinney. He received his CFP from the College of Financial Planning in Denver, Colorado, and has been in the financial services industry since 1984 and with the same brokerage firm for almost 30 years.

Council member Rogers became a resident of McKinney on his 11th birthday, graduating from McKinney High School in 1982. He served in England as a missionary for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in 1983 and 1984. He has been active in the community through volunteer service at his church, in city and county government and with the boy scouts serving as a scoutmaster for more than 12 years. Rainey and his four sons are all eagle scouts.

Council member Rogers and his wife, Tammy, are proud parents of five children, two daughters-in-law and two grandsons. Rainey enjoys going on adventure trips all over the world, hunting, boxing (he is a two-time Dallas regional Golden Glove Champion and a three-time Ringside World Champion) and is also a beekeeper.

Man with beard and glasses, smilingJustin Beller

Council Member, District 1

Justin Beller was elected as the City Council member representing District 1 in 2021.


Council member Beller is a native Arkansan that has lived and worked in Collin County since 2005. He is a sixth-generation community banker and currently works for Independent Financial in McKinney. He has a B.A. and M.B.A. from Harding University and attended the Graduate School of Banking at SMU.


Council member Beller actively volunteers in McKinney. He is an alumnus of the Leadership McKinney program and has served on many nonprofit and city boards including Holy Family School, the McKinney Housing Authority, and the Chamber of Commerce. He also volunteers as a mentor for youth in our community.


Council member Beller and his wife Amanda, a high school art teacher in Lovejoy ISD, have two daughters, Lane and Caroline. The family are members at the First United Methodist Church and enjoy traveling together.

Geré Feltus

Council Member, District 3

Dr. Geré Feltus was elected as the City Council member representing District 3 in 2021. 

Council member Feltus is a Board-Certified Family Physician. A native of Dallas, Council member Feltus graduated from Duncanville High School in 1997. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree in Biology from Austin College in 2001, her Medical Degree from Wake Forest University in 2006. She completed her residency in Family and Community Medicine at the University of Maryland in Baltimore in 2009. Following residency, she returned home to Texas to serve as the Medical Director of the Mesquite Employee Health Center and the supervising physician for the Mesquite Community Health Center.


During her medical training, Council member Feltus developed a special interest in community outreach and promoting healthy lifestyles, particularly in faith-based settings. She has partnered with local churches to develop programs that target the prevention of cardiovascular disease, obesity, diabetes, and mental health disorders. Additionally, she has served as a board member for the American Heart Association and as a volunteer mentoring middle and high school students through CityChurch McKinney.


Council member Feltus is an active citizen of McKinney where she has served on the Board of Directors for the McKinney Economic Development Corporation, the Children's Advocacy Center of Collin County Board of Directors, the Advisory Council for McKinney Police Chief, Greg Conley, and the Collin College Law Enforcement Academy Advisory Board. She is a proud alumna of the Chamber of Commerce Leadership McKinney Class of 2020 and a member of One Community Church. 

Council member Feltus is the proud mother of two girls, Ryleigh and Zoe.

Rick FranklinRick Franklin

Council Member District 4

Rick Franklin was elected as the City Council member representing District 4 in 2019. 

Council member Franklin is a graduate of Southern Methodist University. A McKinney resident since 1963, Franklin and his wife, Tanya, raised four children in the community.

Council member Franklin is a Commercial Real Estate Broker with over 35 years of experience. Before his election to Council, Franklin served on the following boards:

  • McKinney Economic Development Corporation – 6 years
  • Planning and Zoning Commission – 4 years
  • One McKinney 2040 Advisory Committee
  • Parks & Recreation Advisory Board – 3 years
  • Board of Adjustment – 4 years
  • McKinney Chamber of Commerce – 3 years
  • McKinney Alliance Inc.
  • Boys & Girls Club of Collin County – McKinney
  • The Samaritan Inn
  • 2010 Samaritan of the Year

Charlie PhilipsCharlie Philips

Council Member At Large 1

Charlie Philips was elected to City Council in 2017 as an At Large member.

He is invested in the community of McKinney not only in his trial and family law practice but also through his community service. Council Member Phillips moved with his wife to McKinney in 1994, since that time, he has served on several boards and worked extensively with the youth of the community.

Council member Philips is a graduate of the McKinney Chamber of Commerce’s Leadership Program and an active member of the Kiwanis Club. He also teaches Sunday School for children at First United Methodist Church of McKinney.

Council member Philips grew up in Commerce, Texas and graduated from the University of Texas at Arlington and received a Bachelor of Science and Master’s degree in architecture. He graduated from St. Mary’s University in San Antonio, Texas with a law degree in 1992.

Council member Philips and his wife Dina are the proud parents of Emma and Sara.

Frederick FrazierFrederick Frazier

Council Member At Large 2

Elected as an At Large member in 2019, Council member Frazier is a 24-year veteran with the Dallas Police Department and spent more than 15 years with the U.S. Marshals Service. He is currently the First Vice President of the Dallas Police Association (DPA) and works closely with area law enforcement officials to provide guidance on labor and law enforcement issues.

Council member Frazier is actively engaged with local, regional and state politicians through established relationships built while participating in the past four legislative sessions.

Council member Frazier is an alumni of the Leadership McKinney Class of 2012. He is focused on giving back to the community and is a long-time volunteer with Assist The Officer Foundation (ATO) in their day-to-day operations, fundraising, marketing and networking to increase public awareness of the organization. He was instrumental in implementing a confidential counseling program specifically designed to assist officers and their families at no cost to them.

Council member Frazier and his wife Tracie moved their family from Plano to McKinney in 2007. They have three children in McKinney ISD public schools and actively participate in PTA and PTO organizations. He has been an active member and former President of the Valley Creek Dad’s Club for the past eleven years. Council member Frazier enjoys golfing with his family, hunting and watching and coaching his kids’ sporting activities.


McKinney First

City Council Goals and Strategies

City Council Goal 1: Direction for Strategic & Economic Growth
  • 1A: Establish regional and infrastructure incentives to increase economic growth.
  • 1B: Continue to develop a retail development strategy for key areas of the community to further diversify revenue sources and expand entertainment, dining and shopping options and tourism.
  • 1C: Provide a strong city economy by creating a Global Housing Strategy and facilitating a balance between industrial, commercial, residential and open space.
  • 1D: Leverage the existing partnerships with McKinney Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) and McKinney Community Development Corporation (MCDC).
  • 1E: Increase community involvement and participation within local government / community.

City Council Goal 2: Operational Excellence
  • 2A: Implement performance management practices that include developing and training staff and board / commission members.
  • 2B: Balance available resources to accommodate the growth and maintenance needs of the city.
  • 2C: Through the use of dashboards and performance management tools, identify opportunities for internal efficiencies and continuous improvement to foster and reinforce a higher performing organizational culture.
  • 2D: Continuously review and update McKinney ethics policies for the City Council and staff.
  • 2E: Continuously provide a high level of customer service to our citizens.

City Council Goal 3: Maximize the Development Potential of McKinney National Airport
  • 3A: Implement initiatives and strategies, including public-private partnerships, to attract and expand corporate and commercial aviation including the viability of passenger service.
  • 3B: Identify and implement land use regulations and policies that preserve and expand long-term operational excellence.
  • 3C: Improve communication and convey the value of the McKinney National Airport to the city and region.
  • 3D: Continually maintain national recognition for excellence in Fixed Base Operations.

City Council Goal 4: Financially Sound Government
  • 4A: Provide funding and organizational framework to ensure continual economic improvements.
  • 4B: Balance resources generated by property taxes, sales taxes, hotel occupancy tax and fees.
  • 4C: Pursue and maintain a AAA Bond Rating with Standard & Poor’s (S&P) and Moody’s.
  • 4D: Create financial plans for future growth and future maintenance.

City Council Goal 5: Enhance the Quality of Life in McKinney
  • 5A: Create affordable recreational and cultural arts activities for all ages throughout the city.
  • 5B: Develop parks strategy to preserve green space for future park land.
  • 5C: Continue to market and highlight McKinney as a unique destination for residents and visitors alike.
  • 5D: Promote reinvestment activities and ordinance changes in McKinney’s historic downtown that balance preservation of historic character and current market needs.
  • 5E: Develop sustainable quality of life improvements within the city.
  • 5F: Maximize partnerships between the city and private industry.
  • 5G: Promote sustainability by creating "green" initiatives.
  • 5H: Enhance connectivity to parks and civic facilities, schools and education centers, libraries, health care providers, commercial centers, etc.

City Council Goal 6: Safe & Secure Community
  • 6A: Maintain meaningful public safety performance measures.
  • 6B: Pursue and maintain the highest Insurance Service Office (ISO) fire and building protection classification.
  • 6C: Pursue and maintain low crime rates in comparison to other communities.
  • 6D: Continually increase operational efficiency in public safety departments.
  • 6E: Engage in proactive and formal community outreach programs and open dialogue with the citizens of McKinney.
  • 6F: Engage in strategic diversity outreach to attract and retain greater diversity of public safety personnel.