The City of Galveston has appointed James Pope the Interim City Marshal – a position that oversees paid parking and code enforcement for Galveston.
James Pope has served as the Deputy City Marshal since joining the City in 2014. Previously, James worked for 28 years with the Harris County Sheriff’s Office. After his retirement from the Sheriff’s Office, he worked for Lone Star College and later for Galveston County Constable Office Precinct 1 before joining the City.
“James Pope is a great asset to the City and we’re confident he will continue to serve the City well as Interim City Marshal,” City Manager Brian Maxwell said.
The City of Galveston has posted the position and is accepting applications for Galveston City Marshal. The process for hiring a full-time City Marshal is expected to take 30 days.