Karen Hale

Mrs. Hale is a native Texan, transplanted from her lifelong home of Houston to Plantersville in 1989.  She is an active volunteer in our community; serving as a member of Plantersville Town Hall Board since 1991, president of Plantersville Town Hall, Inc. since 1995, Precinct Chair for Grimes County Republican Party, as well as Election Judge in Grimes County Republican Party, founding member and currently President of Grimes County Republican Women, Secretary-Treasurer of her church, and she was Secretary of Grimes County Sub-Regional Planning Commission when it was active. She participates in many other local activities. She has been married to John Hale for more than 50 years. She has one son who is a Lieutenant Colonel in the Texas National Guard Reserves and has been married to his wife, Jen, since 1995. Most importantly, she has three precious granddaughters with whom she enjoys spending as much time as possible. 


Mayor Pro Tem


Kim Allphin

Mrs. Allphin has been a resident of Plantersville for 37 years.  She and her husband, Robbie own a small business.  The 39 years of business experience she has gathered include management of services, budget and fiscal responsibilities.  Her goal is to serve our city with time, talent and preserving the heritage for future generations.  She enjoys working with people and being involved with community events.  She and Robbie have 3 children and 2 granddaughters that are an active part of our community and local functions.  


Alderman Secretary


Kristina Mayton

Mrs. Mayton has lived in Plantersville her entire life and is raising her sons Trey and Greysen. Her parents are Willie and Jo Ann Keyser. Upon graduation from Navasota High School in 1994 she attended Tomball Community College. In 2001 she graduated from Commonwealth Institute of Funeral Service in Houston with a Funeral Directors and Embalmers license. She is currently employed at the Grimes County Appraisal District as the collections manager.

Elected in 2017 on the initial city ballot, she was subsequently elected by her fellow alderman to serve as the Alderman Secretary.




Marilyn Bettes

Mrs. Bettes retired after working 39 years in public education. She is active in various community activities and events and has served leadership roles in multiple organizations, both county and state wide. She owns a small cow-calf operation, of which she can be found toiling away on most days. Working enthusiastically for the incorporation of Plantersville, she was elected on the inaugural board of alderman in Nov 2017.




Otis Greenwood


Mr. Greenwood is the son of Otis and Eva Greenwood. He graduated from Navasota High school in 1979 and from Paul Quinn with a bachelor’s degree in organizational management. Most of his working career has been in some form of management. Otis is a Bishop with the New Testament Pentecostal Outreach, Bishop of education. He received his Master of Divinity and Doctor of Theology from Vineyard Place Theological Seminary. As the founder of Truevine Gospel Ministry of Plantersville, he is proud to be a lifelong member of this community. As an Alderman of Plantersville, his goal is to help establish this new city and to maintain the small-town atmosphere that we have. He was raised by parents who instilled in him to respect others and to love God with all his heart. Never being afraid of hard work, he has worked in the hay field, the watermelon patch, and much more. He wishes to see his grandkids have the upbringing that he and his kids received. As a pastor in Plantersville he is active in the community and believes that every person in Plantersville must be represented and their voices heard.




Clay M Godfrey

With community roots dating back well into the 1800's, Mr. Godfrey has been a resident since 2003. A Navy veteran, he holds an Associates Degree in Electronics Engineering and has worked as a Field Service Engineer with Geospace Technologies since 2008. He has traveled and worked across the world from the Siberian tundra to the Saudi deserts to the Amazonian jungles, but always comes home to Plantersville. These experiences have given him a unique perspective to bring to our small town. He hopes to instill into his two daughters the same pride in our community which compelled him to run for alderman. 

He was elected in 2017.


City Marshall


Bo Imhoff

Born in Grimes County and raised in Plantersville, Mr. Imhoff graduated from Navasota High School in 1986 and received his Bachelor of Science/Agricultural Business Degree from Sam Houston State University in 1990. A resident of Plantersville for 50 years, he is a father of three and a grandfather to four beautiful grandchildren with another on the way. He cannot imagine any other city for his family to grow up in and call home.  This year marks the 100th year anniversary of his family's Imhoff Ranch and he is honored to have been appointed as the first City Marshall for our newly incorporated City of Plantersville. He plans to continue the Imhoff tradition by leaving deep strong roots and paving the way for our growing community and future generations to come.