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Working Hours:

Monday-Friday 8:00 am – 4:00 pm
Closed everyday from 12:00 pm -1:00 pm for lunch

City Hall Address:

301 Locust Drive,
Oak Leaf, Texas 75154

City Hall Contact:

Phone: 972-617-2660 Fax: 972-617-7108


City Council

Meeting Information


Council Meetings are the second Tuesday of each month at 6:30 pm


City Hall
301 Locust Drive,
Oak Leaf, Texas 75154-3855


The governing body, known as the City Council, consists of a Mayor and five Council Member’s, who are elected by places.

Tom Leverentz
I graduated from high school in Pennsylvania and later attended college in Nebraska. I then served in the Army as a Warhead and Guidance Specialist on the Nike Hercules Missile System. After my honorable discharge from the Army, I worked for Asplundh Tree Expert Company. I was promoted to Vice President and transferred to Texas. My family and I lived in Duncanville until 1996 when we then moved to Ovilla. I worked as a volunteer fireman for the City of Ovilla leaving only to serve on the city council. I then served as Mayor Pro Tem and was elected mayor and served my full term. In 2012, I retired from Asplundh after 47 years and moved to Oak Leaf. It was then I accepted the position of fire chief for the City of Ferris. A few years later, I once again retired and now spend time with my grandchildren and raise longhorn cows.
James Pierce
Place 1 - Mayor Pro-Tem
James Pierce is the owner of Lakewood Alarm LLC in both Texas and Missouri. He is currently the President of the North Texas Alarm Association and Director of the Texas Burglary and Fire Alarm Association. He currently is licensed by the Private Security Bureau as an Alarm Level One, Level K and Level H instructor, as well as, being a SIA Certified trainer. James also served as Treasurer for Dallas County Judge Jim Foster. James was sworn in on June 14, 2011.
Lacey Todd
Place 2
Lacey was born and raised in Bowie, Texas. She has lived and worked in multiple communities in the DFW area, and in April of 2019 she and her family moved to Oak Leaf. Lacey has an associate’s degree in biblical studies and a bachelor’s degree in pre-professional counseling from Southwestern Assemblies of God University (SAGU), a master’s degree in Social Work from the University of Texas in Arlington and is currently finishing up work on her doctorate in social work from Walden University.As a social worker, her employment is focused primarily in the areas of mental health and substance abuse. Lacey is currently employed as a professor at SAGU in Waxahachie in the Social Work Department, and she also works for a local county mental health authority that provides crisis services as an on-call clinical supervisor.Lacey has four children, two dogs, two cats, and a fish, and according to her, there is never a dull moment in her home.
Christina Adams
Place 3
Council Member Christina Sneed Adams was sworn in to serve the people of the City of Oak Leaf on June 11, 2019. As a project manager and community advocate, she brings over three decades of experience in service and leadership to her constituents and the council dais. Adams was born, raised, and educated in Dallas County. She comes from a family whose examples taught her the value of hard work and determination, and whose parents made numerous sacrifices to ensure she would have a chance at a better life. Adams took advantage of every opportunity that her family and community offered. She received her Bachelor of Business and Administration Degree in Management from Northwood University and a Masters of Business Administration Degree in Strategic Leadership from Amberton University. In addition, Adams holds several certifications including Fair Housing Specialist, Housing Choice Voucher (known as Section Eight Program) & Public Housing Occupancy Specialist, and Housing Choice Voucher & Public Housing Rent Calculations Specialist. Mrs. Adams enjoys the friendly and diverse neighborhood in which she has called home for more than ten years. Her professional experiences include public relations, sales, marketing, management and finance. For over twelve years, she determines the eligibility and continued occupancy of applicants in the Housing Choice Voucher Programs (known as Section 8), Public Housing Programs, and Project Base Programs, which is provided by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Adams is involved in several community and civic organizations. She has served on the committee for Habitat for Humanity, International Black Expo, Amberton University Alumni Committee, and Young Life Committee. Councilman Adams has been married since 2006 to Randy Adams, who is an Operations Manager. She enjoys traveling, exercising and teaching. Mrs. Adams works to find areas on which she agrees with her community and her fellow councilors and builds bridges to create positive solutions that benefit the citizens of Oak Leaf.
Dustin Jordan
Place 4
Cody Cockerham
Place 5