Stuart Gillaspie: Burleson City Council Place 1

Unity, Integrity, Passion

As a professional Government Official since 1992, Stuart Gillaspie is here to pave the way to change in the lives of our families. Here you will find everything you need to know about Stuart Gillaspie, how they got their start in politics, as well as issues they are deeply concerned with, and how you too can join their cause.

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Committed to the City of Burleson

Stuart Gillaspie has deep roots in the community going all the way back to the founding of Burleson when his great uncle Rev. Henry Renfro founded and proclaimed the land in 1881. 

Stuart Gillaspie has always been a mover and a shaker; from a young age, he was always at the forefront of any decisions that needed to be made.

Born and raised in Burleson, Stuart's passion to serve the Burleson community has never wavered. Married to his wife Tina for 35 years, father of 3 children and grandfather (aka Pops) to 2, Stuart is proud to have established his own family's roots in his hometown. Stuart retired from management at Union Pacific Railroad in 2017 and has since ran a successful business managing in investment properties.

Stuart Gillaspie has been an active part of the City of Burleson government for almost 30 years. He served on the City of Burleson's Planning and Zoning Commission for over 7 years, from October 1992 to June 1999 and served as chairman his last year on the P&Z. Gillaspie was elected onto the city council in 1999.

Gillaspie has remained active in the National League of Cities (NLC) throughout most of his tenure on the city council. He has served on the NLC since 2009 and was appointed to the Small Cities Council, in which he became a chairman in 2014. Gillaspie's assistance in railroad issues resulted in him also being appointed to the NLC Policy Committee on Transportation. 

In 2013, Gillaspie was appointed to the  NLC 2013 Transportation Infrastructure & Services Committee. This committee has the lead responsibility for developing NLC federal policy positions on issues involving transportation, including planning, funding, safety and security of public transit, streets and highways, aviation, railroads and ports.

Gillaspie has been instrumental in establishing the City's Comprehensive Land Use Plan (CLUP) and since being elected to the Burleson City Council, Gillaspie has been appointed as a member of Burleson's 4B Community Service Development Committee and the 4A Economic Development Committee.

Since becoming a city council member, Gillaspie has always promoted Burleson as a City of Character and currently serves on the Character Council. Councilmember Gillaspie was honored with the Byron Black Character Award in 2016. 

To learn more about Stuart Gillaspie and their goals and beliefs, explore the site, and if you have any questions please get in touch.


The Campaign Kicks Off

January 23, 2021

I have proudly served the City of Burleson for almost 30 years and with that I bring experience and passion that will continue to bring success to the city. I am seeking another term not for any personal benefit, but on the basis of the issues currently impacting the Burleson community. It is important now, more than ever, to elect those who will put citizens first, stand up for what is right and uproot the divisiveness that is currently plaguing our community.
Much to be discussed during this election season and I look forward to continuing my service to the people of Burleson.


Contact Stuart

If you have a question, concern, or would simply like to get in touch, please see the information below. Thank you.


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