Communications

Responsibilities

The City of Granbury Communications Department serves as the central point of contact for communications activities citywide. The Communications Department aims to keep the community informed and engaged with their local government.

The Communications Department is responsible for disseminating public information to the citizens of Granbury through social media, news releases, publications, and information campaigns, and oversees the City of Granbury Public Educations Government Television Channel and its attached medias, all under the name Granbury Media.

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News Releases 

9-17-2020 Abbott eases some COVID restrictions while strengthening others

9-3-2020 Free ‘Brandanas’ Giveaway is Latest Wave in “I Wear a Mask Because…” Campaign

9-3-2020 TRAFFIC ALERT: Expect Delays at US 377- SH 171 Intersection Starting Tuesday Night

8-28-2020 Granbury Steps Up to Help Out

8-24-2020 Preparation of bids for new GPD headquarters opens Wednesday

8-19-2020 Granbury ISD Grad Wins Inaugural $5K Marksmanship Scholarship

8-18-2020 TRAFFIC WARNING: Intersection of N. Travis, Rucker Streets to be Closed for Utility Upgrades

8-12-2020 Cresson 377 Bypass to Cause More Traffic Headaches 8-12 to 8-14-2020

8-12-2020 Back to School Equals End of Season for City Pool

8-11-2020 City Announce Lower Tax Rate

8-10-2020 ‘BECAUSE WE LOVE GRANBURY' mask campaign kicks off Friday

8-8-2020 NOTICE OF MEETING to vote on tax rate

8-6-2020 Hood County to offer free drive-thru COVID 19 testing


July 2020 News Releases

June 2020 News Releases

News Release Archives

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Media Inquiries

All media inquiries regarding the City of Granbury should be directed to the Public Information Officer.

Open Records Request

Open Records Request do not go through the Communications Department. Please send all Open Records Requests to the City Secretary’s Office. Click here for more information.9-17-2020 Abbott eases some COVID-19 restrictions, strengthens others