House Bill 2404, passed by the 87th Texas Legislature, instructs the Comptroller’s office to create and make accessible an online Chapter 380 and 381 Local Development Agreement Database that contains information regarding all local development agreements in the state.
HB 2404 also requires local governments to provide the Comptroller’s office with the information required by Government Code Sec. 403.0246(c) and the agreements they have entered into, amended or renewed within 14 days so the information may be made available on the Comptroller's website. Local governments must also provide on their websites a direct link to the location of their agreement information on the Comptroller's website.
If a local government has not complied with a requirement to provide this information, the local government may be subject to a civil penalty of $1,000. To report an agreement that has not been submitted to the database, call 844-519-5672, ext. 8.
Note: You can search the database below by entering your specific search terms. For agreements that do not have a set expiration date, the expiration date will show as 2078-12-31. All information has been provided by local governments. Only agreements that are or were active as of Sept. 1, 2021, when HB 2404 went into effect, or agreements that have been entered into, amended or renewed since then are required to be reported to the database.