Manor Municipal Election, City Council Seats, Voter Eligibility

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We, the City of Manor, can only speak for the municipal side of this upcoming election.  In order to vote for candidates running for Manor’s City Council, Places 2, 4, and 6, voters must reside within the corporate limits of the City (Manor City Limits).  Copies of our City Limit Maps can be found on our website  However, here’s a quick run-down of the local subdivisions…

Within City Limits (eligible to vote in the municipal election):

“Old Manor” area

Wildhorse Creek

Hamilton Point

A portion of the Laurelwood subdivision

Bell Farms

Carriage Hills


Presidential Glen



Outside City Limits (not eligible to vote in the municipal election):

Harris Branch

Barker Hills

Briar Creek


Presidential Meadows


If voters have specific address questions, they should refer to their property tax statements to see if they do, or do not, pay taxes to the City of Manor.  Please remember, Manor ISD and the City of Manor are two different entities…many voters that can vote in the ISD election are not actually within the City Limit and eligible to vote in the municipal election.

Hope this information helps.


Steve Shanks, PMP

City Manager

Manor, Texas



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