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City of Hurst, TX - City Hall Nestled in the heart of the DFW metropolitan area, Hurst is 10 miles from downtown Fort Worth and 25 miles from downtown Dallas.

Hurst is home to some of the best shopping and dining in Tarrant County, pristine parks, excellent schools and, we think, some of the kindest neighbors you'll ever meet. By "LIKING" or "INTERACTING" with the City of Hurst, Texas page, you consent and agree to the legal terms below. The City of Hurst, Texas (“Hurst”) page serves as a limited public forum and all content published therein is subject to monitoring and removal. However, the Hurst page is not continuously monitored 24 hours a day/7 days a week. Hurst reserves the right to remove, in Hurst’s sole discretion, inappropriate comments or posts if the content is off-subject or out of context, contains obscenity or sexual content, contains personal identifying information or sensitive personal information; contains offensive terms; is threatening, harassing, or discriminatory; incites or promotes violence or illegal activities; or contains information that reasonably could compromise individual or public safety. Material that is repeatedly posted, regardless of its content, such that it threatens to overwhelm Hurst’s page may be removed. Hurst reserves the right to ban followers or users from Hurst’s page for repeatedly making inappropriate comments or posts. Content on Hurst social media sites are public records that are subject to the Texas Public Information Act. This includes communications from Hurst and communications from the public. Requests under the Texas Public Information Act for copies of public records on Hurst’s social media sites must be submitted to the Hurst’s City Secretary's Office as described at: http://www.hursttx.gov/about-us/departments/city-secretary/public-information-request-online.

Operating as usual

Governor Abbott announced today that many businesses in Texas may expand their capacity, effective Sept. 21. Please visi...
09/17/2020
Governor’s Strike Force to Open Texas

Governor Abbott announced today that many businesses in Texas may expand their capacity, effective Sept. 21. Please visit the attached link for a detailed checklist of the changes.

Governor Greg Abbott has issued Executive Order 29 requiring all Texans to wear a face covering over the nose and mouth in public spaces, with few exceptions, in counties with 20 or more positive COVID-19 cases. Open Texas checklists are now updated consistent with this order. The Governor also iss...

Here's a great resource for those in need of assistance to help avoid eviction or foreclosure. housingchannel.org
09/17/2020

Here's a great resource for those in need of assistance to help avoid eviction or foreclosure. housingchannel.org

North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people to come together to raise as much money as possible for Nort...
09/17/2020
#NTxGivingDay

North Texas Giving Day is an online giving event for people to come together to raise as much money as possible for North Texas nonprofits on this particular day. We are proud to be home to a number of non-profits that contribute so much to our city and community. Is there a nonprofit near and dear to your heart? Follow the link to make a donation today! #NTXGivingDay

I just gave through NorthTexasGivingDay.org! Join me and make an impact today!

09/15/2020
2020 Census

Mayor Wilson is sharing an important message about the 2020 Census. If you haven't already, be sure you respond at my2020census.gov so you and your household are counted! #TarrantCounts

Mikayla is hosting another lemonade stand this year to raise money for 6 Stones! She was able to raise nearly $10,000 la...
09/11/2020

Mikayla is hosting another lemonade stand this year to raise money for 6 Stones! She was able to raise nearly $10,000 last year and is hoping to beat that! If you'd like to support her and her mission to help those in need in our community, stop by the corner of Precinct and Oakridge Dr. 76054 on Saturday, Sept. 12 starting at 9 a.m. through the afternoon. You can also make a donation online at 6stones.org/ntgd.

Meet our first North Texas Giving Day 6 Stones Entrepreneur, Mikayla! You’ve probably seen this ambitious girl around before, as she is making waves in the community raising money to help those in need. Mikayla loves rainstorms, flowers, and spending time with her family and dog! She believes that you should donate to 6 Stones for North Texas Giving Day because “it’s for a good cause and it will help people in need.”

Visit www.6stones.org/ntgd to donate and help us turn our neighbors’ sour lemons into sweet lemonade! You can visit Mikayla’s lemonade stand at the corner of Precinct Line and Oakridge Drive in North Hurst on Saturday, September 12th, 9 am – 12 pm.

Excellent service provided by Catholic Charities Transportation Services for those in need of transportation!
09/11/2020

Excellent service provided by Catholic Charities Transportation Services for those in need of transportation!

Need a lift? Northeast Transportation Services (N.E.T.S) provides transportation in Hurst, Euless, Bedford, Grapevine, Haltom City, Keller, and North Richland Hills. To qualify, clients must be 65 and older and/or have a disability. Call (817) 336-8714 for eligibility and book your trip today!

Here's a story that will make you smile!Wallace G. and his rescue dog, Maxwell, started their journey of walking every s...
09/11/2020

Here's a story that will make you smile!

Wallace G. and his rescue dog, Maxwell, started their journey of walking every street in Hurst 18 months ago. Wallace had requested a map of the city from our Streets department, and after each walk, he would mark with a yellow highlighter the streets that they had completed that day.

Their first goal was to complete all of the streets between Pipeline, Precinct Line, Highway 10 and Hurstview. After quickly achieving that goal, they expanded their reach and completed every street south of 183 earlier in 2020.

Next, they were on to complete every street north of 183. Wallace and Maxwell would drive to a location, park the car, walk about 3 to 4 miles, and then return home to mark more streets off their map.

Last week, they achieved their goal of walking every street in Hurst! Wallace said that the journey made him proud to see all of the community that he and his wife have called home the last 23 years. He and Maxwell enjoyed discovering new restaurants, hidden parks they were unaware of, participating in a birthday parade and discovering Parker Cemetery.

Wallace would like to encourage others to get a map and bike, run or walk our beautiful city. Thank you for sharing your adventure with all of us, Wallace and Maxwell!

Remembering the lives lost on this day 19 years ago. We will #neverforget.
09/11/2020

Remembering the lives lost on this day 19 years ago. We will #neverforget.

All non-emergency city offices will be closed on Sept. 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Trash and Recycling are...
09/02/2020

All non-emergency city offices will be closed on Sept. 7 in observance of the Labor Day holiday. Trash and Recycling are unaffected by this holiday closure. Emergency services will operate as normal.

Are you or a loved one in need of transportation assistance? You can contact Catholic Charities Fort Worth Transportatio...
08/27/2020

Are you or a loved one in need of transportation assistance? You can contact Catholic Charities Fort Worth Transportation Services at 817-336-8714 and submit a request for a same-day ride!

We have a huge announcement! We are now taking same-day ride requests for eligible clients. Medical, social, shopping and work trips are available!

Call for eligibility now!

**ADOPTED!Koontz is looking for his furever home!
08/27/2020

**ADOPTED!

Koontz is looking for his furever home!

Update..Adopted
Koontz is the only dog here at the shelter available for adoption, he came on 8/8 as a stray. He loves people, walks, and playtime. We feel he would be best suited as the only pet in the home. His adoption fee is waived for Clear the Shelter. I am posting a video of him in the comments below.

Check your mailbox to see if you're one of 45,000 Dallas or Tarrant County residents invited to participate in a study a...
08/20/2020

Check your mailbox to see if you're one of 45,000 Dallas or Tarrant County residents invited to participate in a study about how COVID-19 spreads. Look for an envelope from UT Southwestern and Texas Health and make an impact by responding quickly. Learn more: https://bit.ly/30X1Poa

Check your mailbox to see if you're one of 45,000 Dallas or Tarrant County residents invited to participate in a study about how COVID-19 spreads. Look for an envelope from UT Southwestern and Texas Health and make an impact by responding quickly. Learn more: https://bit.ly/30X1Poa

A good reminder from our Parks Department!
08/20/2020

A good reminder from our Parks Department!

DYK Ordinance 2174 prohibits smoking in all parks? Smoking is only allowed in the parking lots, and extinguished cigarettes should be disposed of in the provided trash receptacles. 👊 Help Us Keep YOUR Parks Clean! #weloveparks

Beginning the week of August 17, Atmos will begin the replacement of a 16-inch transmission line. The new line will be c...
08/12/2020

Beginning the week of August 17, Atmos will begin the replacement of a 16-inch transmission line. The new line will be constructed in the westbound curb lane of Pipeline Road and will extend from Uptown Blvd to Patty Drive. The westbound curb lane will be closed allowing only one lane westbound for the entire distance of the project. The duration of the project is projected to take approximately 90 working days. Residents should plan on traffic delays if traveling through the project. There may be temporary intersection closures, but detour routes will be clearly marked. More info at hursttx.gov/pipelineproject.

Each year, we participate in the Tarrant County Mosquito Surveillance Program where we test samples for West Nile, Zika ...
08/05/2020

Each year, we participate in the Tarrant County Mosquito Surveillance Program where we test samples for West Nile, Zika and Chikungunya Viruses. If a positive sample is confirmed, we will typically spray a 1/4 mile radius around the positive site.

We have had multiple samples come back positive for West Nile Virus this season. We will be participating in the program through September, so there is still time to learn about all the ways you can help with mosquito control. Visit hursttx.gov/fightthebite for some helpful tips and information.

To be notified if your area will be sprayed, sign up for our CodeRed notification system at hursttx.gov/codered.

The Hurst Police Department is hiring a police officer! The first step in joining their team is to take the entrance exa...
08/04/2020

The Hurst Police Department is hiring a police officer! The first step in joining their team is to take the entrance exam on Saturday, September 26 at 9 a.m. at the Hurst Conference Center. Be sure to pre-register by no later than 5 p.m. on September 24, 2020 and also apply for the position. To pre-register for the exam and apply, visit hursttx.gov/openpositions.

You can also learn more information on how to become a Hurst police officer by visiting hursttx.gov/policecareers.

07/31/2020
Census Takers

Beginning Saturday, August 1 through Wednesday, September 30, Census workers will visit every household in Tarrant County that has not responded to the 2020 Census. The goal remains the same: to gain a full and accurate count of everyone residing in your community. If a household responds to the Census in the interim -- either online, by phone or mail -- they will immediately come off the NRFU list and in-person follow-up will not be required. Visit 2020Census.gov to respond online today.

If a Census Worker Comes to Your Door:

1. They will present an ID badge with their name, photograph, a Department of Commerce watermark, and an expiration date.
2. They will have an official bag and Census Bureau-issued laptop or smartphone, bearing the Census Bureau logo.
3. Census Workers will use personal protective equipment (masks, gloves) and will follow local public health COVID guidelines when they visit households, between the hours of 9 a.m. and 9 p.m.

The Census Bureau Will Never Ask For:

1. Your Social Security Number, bank account or credit card numbers.
2. Anything on behalf of a political party.
3. Money or donations.

If you suspect fraud, call 844-330-2020 to speak with a Census Bureau Representative.

Census takers care about our communities and they’ll be coming through the neighborhood, safely, wearing masks and following guidelines, to assist anyone who...

We have the best Parks and Rec staff around!
07/31/2020

We have the best Parks and Rec staff around!

Across the country each day, the people of parks and recreation are providing essential services and making their communities better places to live, work and play. We ❤️ our Hurst community! #WeAreParksAndRec

Congratulations to these senior HEB Teen Court Volunteers who were recently awarded college scholarships! These six teen...
07/30/2020

Congratulations to these senior HEB Teen Court Volunteers who were recently awarded college scholarships! These six teens have volunteered a combined total of 670 community service hours. Job well done!

Six senior high school HEB Teen Court volunteers recently received college scholarships totaling $7,250. These six teens have volunteered a combined total of 670 community service hours. Congratulations to Cody Smith, Sean Steves, Brinda Giri, Gabriel Covarrubias, Sean Toney, and Jonah Engelmann.
Thank You to Christi Neubig and Sandy & Richard Steves for sponsoring this year's recipients!
https://www.bedfordtx.gov/170/Scholarships

For the 6th consecutive year, Clear the Shelters is helping pets find forever homes! This year’s event will be a bit dif...
07/27/2020

For the 6th consecutive year, Clear the Shelters is helping pets find forever homes! This year’s event will be a bit different. In the interest of safety for staff and potential adopters, all adoptions will be by appointment only. The campaign runs for the entire month of August, promoting adoptions from shelters, with adoption fees being waived during the week of Monday, August 24 through Saturday, August 29.

Keep checking our Hurst Animal Services page for pets that are looking for a home. You can always call our shelter at 817-788-7216 for information and to schedule your appointment for adoption!

The recently-released 2020 Texas Water Conservation Scorecard provides an extraordinarily detailed analysis of water con...
07/22/2020

The recently-released 2020 Texas Water Conservation Scorecard provides an extraordinarily detailed analysis of water conservation efforts at over 350 Texas water utilities. The only effort of its kind in Texas, the Scorecard evaluates each utility on a range of criteria including compliance with conservation planning and reporting requirements, its record on water loss and meeting targets for water use reduction, outdoor watering limits, and rate-based incentives for efficient use of water. Medium to large utilities were evaluated on ten criteria and could earn up to 100 points on the scorecard. Smaller utilities were evaluated on six criteria and could earn up to 55 points.

While a comparison with the 2016 Scorecard shows mixed progress overall, several utilities stand out as particularly high-achieving. The City of Hurst showed the most improved scores from 2016. We joined six other utilities with scores over 75 points:

1. City of Hurst (84 points)
2. City of Austin Water & Wastewater (80 points)
3. City of Fort Worth (78 points)
4. City of Lubbock (78 points)
5. Dallas Water Utility (75 points)
6. City of Wylie (75 points)
7. City of Friendswood (75 points)

More information at https://texaslivingwaters.org/the-top-7-water-utilities-in-texas-what-theyre-doing-right/?fbclid=IwAR1TY09q9E5_s-8_c8_aPJLgU1YagBz55Iq0xtgj8y2549f8OKi3KP-PTSE.

07/17/2020
Hurst Public Library

Hurst Public Library

Picking up your items from the Library has never been easier! Learn just how simple it is with this video about the Hurst Public Library's curbside service.

You can place holds on items easily by going to www.hursttx.gov/library. Residents of Texas are eligible for a free Library card and can apply online.

#checkouthurst #hurstpubliclibrary

This Saturday, Republic Services is offering an additional curbside pickup day for those with Tuesday & Friday garbage s...
07/16/2020

This Saturday, Republic Services is offering an additional curbside pickup day for those with Tuesday & Friday garbage service.

You can leave your bulky or green waste items at your curb, just make sure that loose items are bundled or containerized. Place your items for pickup by 7 a.m.

ACCEPTED ITEMS: Any non-hazardous bulk items such as scrap metal, containerized brush, old fencing material or other debris (no commercial), containerized brick and rock, electronic equipment including computers, TVs, DVD players and cell phones

NOT ACCEPTED: Tires & explosives, construction materials such as shingles and sheet rock, no more than six (6) fence panels will be accepted unless a fence permit is shown for the address, compressed gas, pharmaceuticals or sharps

Shoe Carnival is now open at the Shops at North East Mall!
07/16/2020

Shoe Carnival is now open at the Shops at North East Mall!

Mayor Wilson and staff attended the ribbon cutting at the new Dunkin' Donuts on Monday. Have you had a chance to visit t...
07/15/2020

Mayor Wilson and staff attended the ribbon cutting at the new Dunkin' Donuts on Monday. Have you had a chance to visit the new store yet? Now is the perfect time, because they are giving away free coffee this week! The new location is at the corner of Precinct and Pipeline Rd.

07/10/2020
Message from Mayor Wilson July 10, 2020

Here is a COVID-19 message from Mayor Wilson.

**Closed captioning available by clicking the CC button at the bottom right corner of the video screen.

We have coordinated with Republic Services to offer additional curbside pickup days on July 11 (for those with Monday & ...
07/09/2020

We have coordinated with Republic Services to offer additional curbside pickup days on July 11 (for those with Monday & Thursday garbage service) and July 18 (for those with Tuesday & Friday garbage service).

You can leave your bulky or green waste items at your curb, just make sure that loose items are bundled or containerized. Place your items for pickup by 7 a.m.

ACCEPTED ITEMS: Any non-hazardous bulk items such as scrap metal, containerized brush, old fencing material or other debris (no commercial), containerized brick and rock, electronic equipment including computers, TVs, DVD players and cell phones

NOT ACCEPTED: Tires & explosives, construction materials such as shingles and sheet rock, no more than six (6) fence panels will be accepted unless a fence permit is shown for the address, compressed gas, pharmaceuticals or sharps

The Utility Billing Office will have a delayed opening on Thursday, July 9 for a quick staff meeting. The office will op...
07/08/2020

The Utility Billing Office will have a delayed opening on Thursday, July 9 for a quick staff meeting. The office will open at 8:30 a.m.

Dunkin' Donuts has opened their second location in Hurst! Be sure to visit the new store in front of Walmart Neighborhoo...
07/07/2020

Dunkin' Donuts has opened their second location in Hurst! Be sure to visit the new store in front of Walmart Neighborhood Market at the corner of Precinct Line and Pipeline.

07/02/2020
open.texas.gov

Governor Abbott issued an executive order today relating to the use of face coverings during the COVID-19 disaster. The City of Hurst will be following this order. To view the details of the order, please visit the attached link.

Tarrant County Community Development is currently working with landlords and tenants to assist people paying their rent ...
07/02/2020

Tarrant County Community Development is currently working with landlords and tenants to assist people paying their rent during this difficult time. Please visit renthelp.tarrantcounty.com for more details and contact their office at 817-850-7940 with any questions.

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Did yall spray for mosquitos tonight?
I wanted to let you know that tonight Maxwell and I completed our journey of walking every street in Hurst. This is a great city to live in.
We need sidewalks on Hurstview on the south side!!! I have said it before and I’ll say it again!! Please and thank you! ❤️❤️❤️
Can somebody tell me how often a street sweeper would come by my street, I have lived In Hurst for seven years, I have only seen the street sweeper three times, After this wind and rain in the street sweeper come down the street it looks terrible, I pay to go to mount a text to make sure I live in a nice clean city there's garbage all over the place…
My son has a birthday on the 26th of this month and I was wondering if y’all would be available for a car parade with all the quarantine and COVID-19? It would mean so much to him he doesn’t have a lot of friends because no one really gets him because he’s high functioning autism. If this is possible please contact me at 817-443-7817. It would make his day! Thanks
Just curious, if someone is allowed to appeal a decision that was made within 30 days, why would I be told I couldn't appeal my case? animal controls supervisor lied in court about my dogs, who are serviced to me, and i wasn't aware I needed a lawyer for a "hearing" that I thought was about tickets. So how can I appeal this? I should have been given a reschedule date when i clearly wasn't prepared and didn't know what was going on. So what can I do?
Hello, Tried logging into the city council meeting. I used both phone numbers provided but they both keep saying the meeting ID is incorrect. I have double check the number several times and it is accurate. Please assist. Thank you.
Dear Hurst utility dept, The quality of water has drastically declined in past two months. The smell has gotten worse as well. Specifically on Billy Creek Dr/circle. I have asked around the neighborhood to make sure it’s not just me. Some agree. Some haven’t noticed. Maybe flush the main? Please?
I want to take a moment and praise the City of Hurst Water Department. Around 9PM on Wednesday night my hot water heater broke. Water began to leak out of the bottom of the tank. I called my landlord who told me it was too late to call the plumber and that she would call him in the morning. I frantically began to google “how do I turn off my water heater”. I struggled and not having the knowledge or confidence in what I was doing, I found myself not do anything. Water began to leak into my hall and into number ours bedrooms. I called my landlord again and she told me to call the City of Hurst to have them shut off my water and to text her plumber pictures of the problem so he could address the issue on Friday. I felt hopeless. I rushed off of the phone with my landlord and called the emergency help number for the City of Hurst. A kind and patient man tried to help me locate the valve which would turn off the water heater. After finding the valve, I discovered I did not have the strength or height to turn it off. I was defeated, but so grateful for his help. He assured me that someone would be over to turn off the water soon. Within 10 minutes a kind young man was at my door in mask and worker attire. He asked me where the water heater was and asked if he could come in and look at it. He said he wanted to see if there was anything he could do to help so my family would not lose all of the water for the next 2 days. He came in and located the valve and shut the machine off which stopped the flow of water. I was saved! I thanked him with all my heart and begged him to take the only cash that I had, which was a mere $20. He refused and insisted that the City would pay him over time, that was more than enough and that he was happy to help. I was blown away by his kindness, promptness, and respectful manner. God sends His angels in all shapes and forms. Tonight He sent this scared, stranded single mom 2 angles in the form of City workers. I am so thankful my children were able to witness such greatness in the works of these men. Their great work should be praised on so many levels. Thank you City of Hurst for taking care of my family tonight. You showed us light and hope in the dark and broken world we are living in today. Your great work will never be forgotten and will be shared with many. Praying for your safety and protection and that God blesses you for the great work you do for families in need. Thank you again from the bottom of my heart.
Our area did not receive trash pick up yesterday. Will it be picked up today? Thanks!