Sandy Greyson is currently in her 8th term on the Dallas City Council (14 years) representing District 12 in Far North Dallas. District 12's boundaries are Richardson on the east, Plano on the north, and Carrollton on the west. Arapaho Road in Dallas is the southern boundary of the district.
She is the chair of the City Council's Quality of Life, Arts and Culture Committee and also serves on the Public Safety and Mobility Services Committees. From 2001 to 2005, she chaired the Council's Transportation and Telecommunications Committee.
Sandy represents the City of Dallas on the North Central Texas Council of Govenments' Regional Transportation Council, a board of 44 city and county elected officials who make policy and funding decisions for road and rail projects in North Central Texas. She also represents the city on the Dallas Regional Mobility Coalition, a transportation advocacy organization composed of elected officials from cities and counties on the eastern side of the region.
Sandy has served as national chair of the Transportation Infrastructure and Services Steering Committee of the National League of Cities and spent six years on the board of Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), which built its first rail lines during her tenure.
In other community service, Sandy has been president of the League of Women Voters of Dallas, vice-chair of the JFK Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, and a columnist for the Far North Dallas Advocate Magazine. She was president of the North Dallas Neighborhood Alliance, an umbrella organization of 60 homeowner associations in Far North Dallas, for 5 years and chaired the City of Dallas Domestic Violence Task Force for 7 years.
Sandy and her husband, Jim, have two sons and two grandchildren.