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Posted on: January 13, 2022

City of Granbury COVID Policy

Please reference the latest updates from the Centers for Disease Control and prevention (CDC) and the Governor's Open Texas Resolution for guidance.

• Mask-wearing is an individual’s choice, and the City of Granbury will have ma...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: January 7, 2022

Councilmembers discuss Bed & Breakfast ordinances

During their January 4, 2022 meeting, Councilmembers deliberated on items 8.2 and 8.3 which considered the approval of two requests to allow an un-hosted Bed & Breakfast at two Granbury addresses. It is a multi-faceted issue that includes balancing co...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: January 6, 2022

Shawn Green named City’s Employee of the Year

Shawn Green has been named the City of Granbury’s “Employee of the Year.” He received the honor from City Manager Chris Coffman during an all-staff luncheon.

Green, a Building Inspector who began working for the City in 2018, ...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: January 6, 2022

Public Works Update, Jan. 4, 2022

Rick Crownover, Public Works Director updated City Councilmembers on progress and future plans to prevent wastewater infiltration and ongoing efforts to comply with TCEQ agreement for clay pipe replacement.

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Posted on: January 6, 2022

Harbor Lakes Dr. moves to Phase 2

The section between North Plaza Drive and Southtown Drive is complete. Workers are now reconstructing Harbor Lakes between Southtown and 2nd Street. Please use caution in the area, especially when workers are present. Here's video of the project:...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: January 2, 2022

Road Construction- M&M Ranch Road

Asphalt reconstruction will begin on M&M Ranch Road between U.S. Highway 377 and Buttercup Court. It should be finished by the end of January.

Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 22, 2021

Have you registered for Goosebump Jump?

It's a friendly competition with funds raised from the $10 registration fee along with a $1,000+ prize generously provided by the lodging association to be awarded to the 501c3 organization that signs up the largest number of participants. &n...

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Posted on: December 21, 2021

City seeking applicants for Charter Review Commission

Commission members review the City Charter and if necessary, propose changes in the Charter to be considered by City Council. Following review of the Commission’s recommendations, they may call an election for voters decide what recommendations ...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 21, 2021

Serve your community and help shape the future of Granbury

The City has several advisory boards and commissions that make recommendations to the City Council on a variety of issues impacting City services, community development, parks and recreation facilities and more.  Ten of those boards have members ...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 15, 2021

“Powered for Life Day” proclaimed in Granbury

A large crowd from the Forward Training Center of Hood County attended the December 7 Granbury City Council meeting as Mayor Jim Jarratt proclaimed that day “Powered for Life Day.”

Earlier this year, the Forward Training Center began th...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 15, 2021

Eighth grader participates in Granbury Council meeting

Cameron is the Student Council President at Granbury Middle School, a member of the National Junior Honor Society, participated in the International History Bee and is on the Pirates football team. His parents are Steve and Kriste Ward.

Cameron has set a h...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 15, 2021

Sesquicentennial Celebration Team thanked by City Council

Mayor Jim Jarratt asked the leadership of the Sesquicentennial Celebration Team to be recognized at the Dec. 7 City Council meeting. He said, "Our community has a great history filled with many significant events, but you only get one chance at a cel...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 15, 2021

Sesquicentennial Celebration Team thanked by City Council

At the December 7, 2021 City Council meeting, Mayor Jim Jarratt thanked the Sesquicentennial Celebration Team Leadership, saying, "Our community has a great history filled with many significant events, but you only get one chance at a celebrating a s...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 15, 2021

City Airport receives generous donation

Mayor Jim Jarratt led the City Council, residents, and staff in thanking Lieutenant Colonel Roger McGrath (retired) for his generous donation of model airplanes on display at the Granbury Airport.

McGrath’s distinguished Air Force career began in...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 15, 2021

Noise Ordinance History and Future

As Granbury has grown, the number of places providing music and entertainment, especially outdoors, has risen.  About a year ago, in response to complaints from nearby residents and business owners, the Granbury Police Department asked City Staff...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: December 4, 2021

Three separate road reconstruction projects are scheduled

On Monday, Dec. 6, concrete reconstruction will begin on Harbor Lakes Drive between U.S. Highway 377 and Second Street. This project will be done in phases to ensure that business and schools have continuous access. Detour routes will be posted near the c...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: November 10, 2021

City is seeking Contractors

The City of Granbury is seeking contractors for mowing (brush hog or zero-turn mower) and weed eating of residential and commercial properties of various sizes on an ongoing basis. Applicants need to fill out a Vendor Application and other documentation. ...
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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: October 20, 2021

Two Moratoriums: one extended and one enacted

City Council has extended and enacted development related moratoriums in Granbury. The moratorium on new permitting and building on the City’s east side and extraterritorial jurisdiction (ETJ) has been extended through October 4, 2022. Also, the...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: September 23, 2021

‘Superior Water’ achievement signs being erected

Earlier this year the TCEQ awarded the designation “…in view of the high standards of water service made available to the residents of The City of Granbury...We appreciate The City of Granbury's existing high standard of wate...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: September 17, 2021

Truth or Rumor: New Fire Trucks

TRUTH: Misleading statements about improper activity are being made regarding the City of Granbury’s purchase of two fire trucks a year ago. 
RUMOR: It doesn’t pass the smell test.
TRUTH: Review of the official documents made av...
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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: August 20, 2021

City of Granbury wins award for 19th consecutive year

The Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) has again presented their Distinguished Budget Presentation Award to the City of Granbury. This is the nineteenth consecutive year that the City has been honored with this award.

Mayor Jim Jarratt presente...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: August 8, 2021

City of Granbury welcomes two new staff members

The City of Granbury is welcoming two new staff members: Kira Wauwie and Jeff Newpher.

Wauwie is the new Director of Community Development. Her department oversees planning, development, and historic preservation for the citizens of Granbury. She also has ...

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Communications & News Releases
Posted on: February 2, 2021

US 377 Crossover Closed at Old Granbury Road for the Next Year

2-2-2021 Cresson crossover map

The southbound US 377 crossover at Old Granbury Road will be closed beginning Wednesday, Feb. 3, until Spring 2022 for construction activities.

Southbound traffic and traffic from Old Granbury Road will continue south on US 377 and use the next crossover t...

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