City of Hudson Oaks, Texas

City of Hudson Oaks, Texas Hudson Oaks, Texas maximizes its business and quality of life amenities, honors its no tax/low tax history and capitalizes on its proximity to Fort Worth.
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The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, April 23, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive)....
04/17/2020

The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, April 23, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive). The meeting agenda and staff packet are available for review via the link below.
https://bit.ly/2KgtMOt

TxDOT will be working a closure of the eastbound IH-20 frontage road between the Centerpoint entrance ramp and the Hudso...
04/17/2020

TxDOT will be working a closure of the eastbound IH-20 frontage road between the Centerpoint entrance ramp and the Hudson Oaks exit ramp. This closure is needed to stage a crane for the contractor to complete pouring of concrete rip rap along the frontage road approaching the Hudson Oaks exit ramp. This frontage road closure is for today (Friday, April 17) and next Monday and Tuesday (April 20 and 21) from 8 AM to 5 PM each day.

Access will be maintained to Enchanted Oaks and Newell for local traffic. All other thru traffic on the eastbound IH-20 frontage road coming from Centerpoint will be forced onto the entrance ramp and then will use the auxiliary lane to either enter the eastbound IH-20 main lanes or continue onto the Hudson Oaks exit ramp (EXIT 413) to continue eastbound on the frontage road. This traffic control plan allows TxDOT to keep open all the interstate ramps.

Updated COVID-19 numbers in Parker County as of today (4/16) at noon. Check out www.parkercountytx.gov for daily updates...
04/16/2020

Updated COVID-19 numbers in Parker County as of today (4/16) at noon. Check out www.parkercountytx.gov for daily updates.

04/13/2020

FYI we will be doing routine testing on the outdoor warning sirens this Wednesday (4/15) at 1 PM

We've extended the deadline for the #BranchOut & #TakeOut program! The deadline to submit receipts to the City has been ...
04/09/2020

We've extended the deadline for the #BranchOut & #TakeOut program! The deadline to submit receipts to the City has been extended to April 30, 2020. The deadline to use the vouchers at participating restaurants has been extended to May 17, 2020. Have you gotten yours yet??

https://hudsonoaks.com/articles/branch-out-and-take-out

PSA: Gene L. Voyles Park now has free public WiFi. Shout out to Nextlink Internet!
04/07/2020

PSA: Gene L. Voyles Park now has free public WiFi. Shout out to Nextlink Internet!

IH 20 is back open but various lanes will remained closed as crews continue working diligently to repair the 180 flyover...
04/04/2020

IH 20 is back open but various lanes will remained closed as crews continue working diligently to repair the 180 flyover bridge. The bridge is expected to open tomorrow, but please be sure to give them (and everyone else) plenty of space!

Thank you to TxDOT, Parker County Sheriff's Office and Hudson Oaks Police Department for all your hard work!

04/03/2020

TXDOT UPDATE: I-20 east and westbound main lanes remain closed at Lakeshore Drive/Hudson Oaks Drive (mile marker 414) as crews continue working to make emergency repairs.

I-20 is being detoured to the access roads and US 180. The US 180 eastbound feeder ramp to I-20 eastbound is also closed. TXDOT is working with local municipalities to assist with traffic flow at impacted signals and intersections.

Repairs are underway to reopen travel lanes as soon as safely possible after a bridge structure was struck earlier this morning. Portions of this work will continue into the weekend, and the inside lanes of east and westbound I-20 will be closed tomorrow beginning at 7 a.m. until approximately 7 p.m.

Alternate routes are advised.

04/03/2020

A traffic incident has occurred at the SH 180 flyover bridge going across IH 20. All lanes on IH 20 Westbound are closed starting at Exit 414 (SH 180 split at Hudson Oaks). All lanes Eastbound are being detoured to the frontage road. Please seek alternate routes until further notice.

Got some time on your hands? Have you completed your 2020 Census questionnaire? The census provides critical data that c...
03/30/2020

Got some time on your hands? Have you completed your 2020 Census questionnaire? The census provides critical data that can be used to provide funding for hospitals, public safety, schools, roads and city resources! Fill out your questionnaire today at 2020census.gov.

03/21/2020

Episode 3 of the Mayor gets takeout, some donuts for the teenagers! #branchout & #takeout Hudson Oaks Donut

03/20/2020

Our City Council will hold a special meeting on Thursday, March 26, 2020, at 7:30 a.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive) for the purposes of extending the COVID-19 disaster declaration and related items. The meeting agenda is available for review via the link below.
https://bit.ly/3a8WY5u

If you are a Hudson Oaks resident, check out our new #branchout & #takeout program to help support our dine-in restauran...
03/20/2020

If you are a Hudson Oaks resident, check out our new #branchout & #takeout program to help support our dine-in restaurants impacted by Covid-19. Starting Saturday, March 21, 2020, if you spend $20 or more at one of the participating Hudson Oaks restaurants below by April 3, 2020, and send your receipt to [email protected], the City will deliver a $20 voucher to your house that can be used before April 10, 2020, at any of the Hudson Oaks participating restaurants.

In order to be eligible you must live in Hudson Oaks and go to one of the following participating Hudson Oaks restaurants for takeout, curbside, or delivery:

La Playa Maya Hudson Oaks
Boo-Ray's Of New Orleans
Waffle House
Big Burger
Hudson Oaks Donut
Blu Jasmine

Limit one voucher per household. Check out www.HudsonOaks.com for additional program information.

03/20/2020
Episode 2-The Mayor Gets Takeout

On Episode 2 of the Mayor gets takeout, we head over to our local Starbucks for our morning coffee. #branchout & #takeout

On March 19, 2020, Mayor Povero signed a local disaster declaration due to the Covid-19 pandemic. HUDSON OAKS DECLARES L...
03/19/2020

On March 19, 2020, Mayor Povero signed a local disaster declaration due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

HUDSON OAKS DECLARES LOCAL DISASTER DUE TO COVID-19

On March 19, 2020, Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, issued an executive order in response to the Coronavirus pandemic. This order contains restrictions on gathering in groups of more than 10 people, dining in restaurants, bars, and food courts and attending fitness centers or gyms. This executive order is effective from midnight, March 20, 2020, and runs through April 3, 2020. The order forbids patrons from eating inside of restaurants but encourages customers to order food for take-out, delivery or through a drive-thru window. This is NOT a shelter-in-place order and does not prevent citizens from shopping for essential items or domestic travel.

As the mayor of Hudson Oaks, I am aware of the inconvenience that this places on our own families as well as our family of businesses. We must, however, abide by the directives from our federal government and now from our state leadership. We have no choice but to band together to defeat what President Trump has called the “silent enemy”. With your cooperation, we can prevent a widespread attack of the Coronavirus here in Hudson Oaks and Parker County.

In response to this executive order from the governor, I have signed a Declaration of Local Disaster. This will allow the city of Hudson Oaks to apply for and receive federal funds that will be used to reimburse us for any costs associated with combating the Coronavirus pandemic. In consultation with our city administrator and city staff, I have continued to allow our city hall to be open for regular business. However, we do have a contingency plan in place in the event that city hall must be closed and employees sent home to work remotely. I encourage all Hudson Oaks residents to patronize the local restaurants and businesses here in our city. Let’s support the people in our community who have served us so well in the past and will now rely on our loyalty during this tough economic time to feed their families, pay their bills and to just stay afloat financially.

Through our faith in God and our resolve to do whatever it takes to defeat this silent enemy, we will come out of this stronger, closer and ready to usher in a new time of prosperity and community like we have never seen before.

Marc Povero

Mayor- Hudson Oaks, TX

https://hudsonoaks.com/blog/2020/03/hudson-oaks-declares-local-disaster-due-to-covid-19

Due to the current circumstances in our community, the Schulman Theatres Community Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for April 4...
03/18/2020

Due to the current circumstances in our community, the Schulman Theatres Community Easter Egg Hunt scheduled for April 4th, 2020 has been cancelled. We will have an alternate event to be announced at a later date.

03/15/2020
H-E-B

H-E-B

H-E-B cares about Texas and we know social distancing is important at this time. Health officials recommend we all limit public interaction, especially seniors and at risk populations. We are working diligently to design multiple innovative solutions for seniors and all Texans to access the products they need with limited public interaction. You will see us practice social distancing in our stores and sanitize at a very high frequency. We have implemented free next day curbside ordering and are working on various delivery options to further support our customers who need at home delivery. H-E-B is also working closely with local non-profits and Texas Food Banks to get product to those who need it the most.

Helpful information from our friends at Carrollton, TX - City Government !
03/04/2020

Helpful information from our friends at Carrollton, TX - City Government !

Here’s a Texas-style tip to help prevent the spread of infectious diseases like the flu and COVID-19: wash your hands with soap and water for at least 20 seconds, y’all 🤠👉🧼.

https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3834/27

For a list of products that have been pre-approved by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that can be used in case of a potential COVID-19 outbreak, along with other ways to prepare your household in case of a potential COVID-19 outbreak according to the CDC, visit: https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/community/home/get-your-household-ready-for-COVID-19.html

02/14/2020

FYI: City Hall will be closed on Monday, February 17, 2020 for Presidents' Day. Trash will be serviced normally.

The City of Hudson Oaks will be closed on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 due to inclement weather. Our crews pretreated str...
02/05/2020

The City of Hudson Oaks will be closed on Wednesday, February 5, 2020 due to inclement weather. Our crews pretreated streets in known problem areas with brine today. However, we expect a thin layer of ice to develop creating dangerous road conditions early tomorrow morning, especially on steep inclines. Please use caution.

We had to join in on the fun.....
01/29/2020

We had to join in on the fun.....

The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, January 23, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive...
01/17/2020
City Council Meeting

The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, January 23, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive). The meeting agenda and staff packet are available for review via the link below.
https://bit.ly/3amKfN9

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The National Weather Service forecast for today's storms is out and it may get a little chippy outside this afternoon. T...
01/10/2020

The National Weather Service forecast for today's storms is out and it may get a little chippy outside this afternoon. The storm development may be quick, so please make sure to turn all your weather notifications on. We expect some storms will be severe with large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes.

The Hudson Oaks Planning & Zoning Commission's next meeting is Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hu...
01/08/2020
Planning & Zoning Meeting

The Hudson Oaks Planning & Zoning Commission's next meeting is Tuesday, January 14, 2020, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive). The meeting agenda and staff packet are available for review via the link below.
https://bit.ly/2N7ucZv

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01/06/2020

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01/06/2020

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12/30/2019

Holiday Trash & Recycling Update: Service will occur Monday (12/30) & Friday (1/3) this week.

(No service on Thursday)

12/20/2019

Trash and recycling service will shift a bit next week due to Christmas.

Monday (23rd) - normal trash service
Thursday (26th) - trash and recycling will move to Friday
Friday (27th) - trash and recycling will be picked up

Merry Christmas from our team in Hudson Oaks!

The new Hudson Oaks Christmas Bear has arrived at the CoHoHo Corridor! Come check it out tonight before it gets too cold...
12/09/2019

The new Hudson Oaks Christmas Bear has arrived at the CoHoHo Corridor! Come check it out tonight before it gets too cold and grab a treat from Funky Munky Shaved Ice Weatherford. Oh, Pictures! #Branchout

Check out the Christmas in COHO event map for all the fun things! See everyone tonight from 5:30 to 8:30.
12/06/2019

Check out the Christmas in COHO event map for all the fun things! See everyone tonight from 5:30 to 8:30.

We talked to Santa this morning and he is very excited to see all the good boys and girls at Christmas in COHO on Friday...
12/03/2019

We talked to Santa this morning and he is very excited to see all the good boys and girls at Christmas in COHO on Friday! We gave him our address and he's checking it twice! For more information on this FREE event visit:
https://www.facebook.com/events/1990210284457845/

Happy Thankgiving!
11/27/2019

Happy Thankgiving!

11/27/2019

The City of Hudson Oaks will close today at 11:30. Happy Thanksgiving Hudson Oaks! Today is also Joni May's birthday!

11/25/2019

FYI: Trash & Recycling this week will be serviced Friday, November 29th.

11/22/2019
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Join us for Cohoho Tree Lighting & Movie in the Park on Friday, November 29th and Christmas in CoHo on Friday, December 6th! Both at the beautiful Gene L. Voyles Park in City of Hudson Oaks, Texas!

The COHOHO Christmas Corridor light show runs from November 29th to the end of the year. ❄️

Only one week until Cohoho Opening Night! Join us for a tree light ceremony and movie in the park, Friday, November 29th...
11/21/2019

Only one week until Cohoho Opening Night! Join us for a tree light ceremony and movie in the park, Friday, November 29th at 6:00 p.m. Can you guess what movie we are watching?

The Cohoho Christmas Corridor is sponsored by Jerry's, Nextlink, HEB, and Southwest Ford.

The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, November 21, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Driv...
11/15/2019
City Council Meeting

The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, November 21, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive). The meeting agenda and staff packet are available for review via the link below.
https://bit.ly/2XiYiNr

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11/12/2019

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11/08/2019

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11/08/2019

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The Hudson Oaks Planning & Zoning Commission's next meeting is Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 H...
11/06/2019
Planning & Zoning Meeting

The Hudson Oaks Planning & Zoning Commission's next meeting is Tuesday, November 12, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive). The meeting agenda and staff packet are available for review via the link below.
https://bit.ly/2pE5nvQ

Hudson Oaks

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210 Hudson Oaks Dr
Hudson Oaks, TX
76087

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 17:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 17:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 17:00
Thursday 08:00 - 17:00
Friday 08:00 - 17:00

Telephone

(682) 229-2400

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Very pleased with the city. If you are cleaning up your yard, you can arrange for the city to come and pick up the yard debris that may be too large for your normal trash pick up. We had a large amount of branches we cleared away. Very reasonable and they came the next day after I called. Thank you COHO for helping us keep COHO beautiful!
Excellent service, dinner, and margs from La Playa Maya. Support local reataurants❤
So where is any pertinent info regarding what the city or county is doing and recommendations for citizens? Very disappointed in lack of leadership and communication regarding this virus. We can watch Gov Abbott's and President Trump's press conferences.. but how about hearing from our local govt? Just sayin'
Found this dog roaming around behind HEB! She’s super sweet and I can tell she’s from a family because she’s very well taken care of. Any help on who it belongs to would be greatly appreciated! Thank you!!
City-girl transplant loves this little town. The best of both worlds. The hum of the interstate, tinking if an anvil, sunshine, spacious park, and a windmill in the background. Oh, and the super cool Grandlove is icing on the cake. I am blessed❤️
I am posting to ask the city to consider the dishonest business practices being conducted by the Anytime Fitness location located within the city. Here are the details of my complaint: Last fall I cancelled my 'membership' to this establishment in the same way I had began it---by phone. It was then that I was first informed that I could only cancel my membership in person and with a hardcopy letter stating my intent to cancel the membership. Until then, they would continue to autodraft my bank account. I work out of state and explained I'd be unable to cancel my membership this way in a reasonable amount of time. Despite that, the gym manager informed that they would not otherwise cancel my agreement...but I had never signed any agreements, nor even had an agreement explained to me before this. When I asked for any documentation regarding acknowledgement or signing of an agreement none could be provided because it simply did not exist. Next up was the payment processing company Anytime Fitness (actually Bandon Holdings, LLC which owns and operates nearly 60 of these locations around the Southwest) uses. I explained, over 3 calls and about that many hours, everything I just listed above....there was no signed agreement/contract, I was not informed of any conditions for cancelling my membership and that the amount they were trying to collect---which included 2 additional months of membership + the annual membership fee (a total of $174) was not valid and that no, I wouldn't be paying it. I again asked for any evidence that I had agreed to pay any of this...and of course none was produced because there had never been any review of a contract. The payment company agreed to drop the issue. That was in November. About 4 days ago I received a collection letter from a debt collector in Canada...yes Canada. Same story, all over again. Only this time, I have been threatened with actions that will harm my credit....and when I asked for proof, again, that the debt they were pursuing was valid...they actually sent me something. It was a standard looking agreement plus my receipt when I first paid for my monthly reoccurring membership only...get this...where someone would normally sign on each page...were the words 'Over the Phone' written in someone else's handwriting. Probably the debt collector...but certainly not me. This is their 'proof'. Of course, this isn't proof at all...and the activities by this debt collector even after I pointed it out to them that this was valid, were threatening and frankly, illegal. I've begun sending in complaints to the BBB and FTC and when I return home from this latest work trip, I'll be filing a lawsuit in court against both the gym and the debt collector. They're engaging in dishonest, predatory and illegal practices, in my opinion and experience, and my hope is to hold them accountable for it. I am aware of the recourse available to me via entities like the BBB and FTC as well as the courts....but not as aware if a city can do anything to protect residents from the predatory practices of businesses operating within its jurisdiction. I'll post a couple of other pieces of evidence to further support what I've posted above. I think it's important that practices like these are fought and that the businesses conducting them are held accountable.
What is being built on the property between New River church and Green Oaks Trail?
I have 6 tickets to Saturdays event for $35 each. I am unable to attend. Please contact 815-621-3413.
Would it be possible for the City to periodically post construction and growth projects that are in the works or being planned for in the future? I know other cities do this. I believe it helps keep the citizens informed about what’s going on in their City. Thank you in advance!
New donut shop in the strip mall across from H E B on 180 just opened. Very yummy treats!
Does anyone know if they are doing the National Night Out event at Splash Kingdom for city of Hudson Oaks residents again?