ROBERT N. CLUCK
Term expires May 2015
817-459-6121 or 817-457-4766
5820 Bay Club Dr.
Arlington, TX 76013
Represents the entire city. The Mayor
is the presiding officer of the City Council and represents the
city in all of its relations with other municipalities, states
and countries. First elected to the City Council in May 1999.
Robert N. Cluck, M.D. was elected to the office of Mayor of the City
of Arlington in May 2003 after serving two terms on the City
Mayor Cluck is currently the Vice President for Medical Affairs at
Arlington Memorial Hospital, a position he has held since 2002.
Prior to that, he was the Medical Director at Texas Health Arlington
Memorial Hospital and Harris Methodist Health Plan.
From 1971 to 1994, Mayor Cluck was in private practice as an
obstetrician-gynecologist in Arlington. After receiving his medical
training from the University of Texas Southwestern Medical School,
Mayor Cluck served in the U.S. Air Force for two years, serving
during the Vietnam War as a general medical officer at Clark Air
Force Base in the Philippines.
He currently serves on many boards and commissions including the
Arlington Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; the Tarrant County
American Heart Association Board of Directors; the Youth Education
Town Advisory Council; North Texas Commission Clean Air Coalition;
Texas Cities Clean Air Coalition; The University of Texas Metroplex
Council, Tarrant Regional Transportation Coalition Executive board;
North Texas Commission Executive Board; Workforce Solutions
Workforce Governing Board; U.S. Conference of Mayors Advisory Board,
the Energy Standing Committee; and Standing Committee on Tourism,
Arts, Parks, Entertainment and Sports and the Public Education Task
He served as president of the Texas Municipal League and has also
received the President’s Council on Fitness, Sports and Nutrition
Community Leadership Award in 2011.
His primary goal as Mayor is to develop Arlington’s economy to
enable better support of basic citizen services. He also wants to
improve public safety; provide financial and human resources to
clean up, develop and redevelop city; continue to attract and
maintain high-paying jobs for residents; work to ensure that the air
we breathe is clean and safe; and ensure that city runs in
- TML Board Representative
- Trinity River Authority Customer Advisory Committee
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