Thank you for attending the TNR-Community Workshop

We will provide the answers to your questions posed during the workshop by November 1st. Reminder: Survey Closes on 10.22.23 at 12:00am. Thank you

Why did League City Adopt a TNR Ordinance and What is the Standard Operating Procedure?

Presentation by -AmPA!- TNR-Community Workshop

Please click the link to review the presentation by AmPA! on the best practices of TNR and next steps for the program evaluation.

AmPA! representative Mara Hartsell talks about the goal of TNR programs nationwide and what the group will be looking for during their assessment of League City's program.

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Quick Poll

Will you be attending the TNR-Community Workshop on October 17th?

This poll has concluded.

Yes-I will be there
46% (40 votes)
No-I am unable to attend
54% (47 votes)
Total Votes: 87

Community Cat Program Review Process

This section shows the active stages as we evaluate the current TNR policy and gather community input.
  • Timeline item 1 - complete


    Initial assessment and analysis of city’s ordinances, programs, and TNR policy by AmPA!. During this time, the city’s Community Cat Program will be temporarily on hold.

  • Timeline item 2 - complete


    Community Workshop completed 10.17.2023 while AmPA! collects feedback and input from city staff, shelter volunteers, League City Animal Advisory Board members, and the League City community. Survey closing on 10.22.2023.

  • Timeline item 3 - complete


    AmPA! summarizes the outcome of the assessment to the League City Animal Advisory Board, city council members, and to the League City community.

  • Timeline item 4 - active


    AmPA! leads internal and external stakeholders through the collaboration process and provides suggestion on how to move forward and improve the city’s TNR practices and Community Cat Program.

  • Timeline item 5 - incomplete


    Animal shelter and city implement changes/additions to policies and ordinances to move League City forward as a leader within the animal shelter industry.