City Of Joaquin

City Of Joaquin Mayor: William Baker Public Works: Stacy Cranford Utility Billing Director: Barbara Pridgen City Secretary: Paula Guzman
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The City of Joaquin encourages all citizens and customers to please call the city offices at 936-269-3021 between the hours of 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. if there are any issues with city services. It is our wish to provide our citizens with the highest quality services possible. So please, don't hesitate to notify us of any issue.

03/30/2020

Due to the newly revised travel ban imposed by Governor Abbott, we will be working with Law Enforcement in regards to road closures. We ask that you limit your travel and public exposure to work, get groceries & for medical purposes ONLY. Let's all work together & obey the new laws put in place City of Joaquin Mayor, Bill Baker.

03/24/2020

Ditching crew cut a 6" line on 2428. Water will be down longer than expected. We apologize for the inconvenience.

03/24/2020

The water on West side of Joaquin will be temporarily off to fix a leak. We apologize for any inconvenience.

03/23/2020

Citizens of Joaquin in order for Quick Stop to stay open you are limited to no more than 10 people in the store. That is an order from the Governor’s office. That means two employees plus eight customers at a one time. We have to keep the trucks rolling and fuel in your vehicles. I understand from management there has been a problem with this. Do not get upset with their employees they are just doing their job. Please respect the rules. Management is doing their best to keep their employees safe as well as the general public.
Thanks
Mayor Bill Baker

03/17/2020

Due to recent health concerns, the City Park will be closed to the public until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

03/16/2020

Due to current health concerns, City office will be closed to the public until further notice. Please drop off payments through the drop slot, or call in and make your payment over the phone with debit/credit card. If you need assistance, please feel free to call the office at (936)269-3021 or email us at [email protected].

We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
This is strictly a precautionary measure for office personnel!

03/12/2020

NOTICE.....
Due to all the Public Health Concerns, we prefer you use the drop box for all payments by check or cash, or make credit card payments over the phone at (936) 269-3021.
If you need assistance, you can still come into the office at this time.
We are trying to limit the contact with as much as the public as possible to prevent the spread of any infectious viruses being transmitted at this time.
This is for everyone’s protection.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.

-Mayor William Baker
03/12/2020

03/11/2020

Morris St will be open before school releases. Again, sorry for any inconvenience!

03/11/2020

Morris St, will be closed today due to maintenance. Sorry for any inconvenience.

03/02/2020

Please beware that Horne Street (between the Post Office and the High School) will be a one way from 7-9 AM till 2-4 PM!

02/28/2020

City employees are blading on Richardson St, Coulter St, and Childress St. Please take precautions while driving through these roads. Thank you for patience. We apologize for any inconvenience!

02/27/2020

City employees are blading on Saddle St and Cummings St. Please take precautions while driving through these roads. Thank you for patience.

Office: (936) 269-3021   Monday-Friday 8 am - 4 pmAfter Hours Contact Numbers:Stacy Cranford (936) 572-0973Blake Cranfor...
01/17/2020

Office: (936) 269-3021
Monday-Friday 8 am - 4 pm

After Hours Contact Numbers:

Stacy Cranford (936) 572-0973
Blake Cranford (903) 692-8249
Jeff Rodgers (936) 572-3911
Lloyd Parks (936) 572-3316

01/08/2020

Carroll Street is reopened. Thank you for your patience.

01/08/2020

City employees are currently working on Carroll St. Street will be closed until further notice. We apologize for any inconvenience.

A look at summers of the past in the Joaquin.
12/31/2019

A look at summers of the past in the Joaquin.

12/30/2019
11/27/2019
11/08/2019
10/31/2019

We are currently working on a 6 inch main line by the First Baptist Church. This may take quite a while to complete. We apologize any inconvenience.

10/11/2019

We have no power at the Booster Station on FM 2428. Water pressure will be low until power is returned!

10/11/2019
10/03/2019

We are currently without power. We apologise for any inconveniences.

09/19/2019

September 19, 2019 - The City Council of Joaquin will meet in regular session Monday, September 23, 2019 9:30am at the Joaquin City Hall.

Christmas Events will take place on Saturday, December 7, 2019.

If any volunteers want to join us with any ideas are more than welcome to attend.

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09/17/2019

City Of Joaquin's cover photo

09/11/2019
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09/10/2019

City Of Joaquin's cover photo

08/30/2019
08/23/2019

The City office is currently without power. We apologise for any inconvenience.

REMINDER: Cut offs will begin at 9 am tomorrow morning. Please make payment in advance to avoid disconnection.
08/21/2019

REMINDER: Cut offs will begin at 9 am tomorrow morning. Please make payment in advance to avoid disconnection.

Health Fair & Revival coming to Joaquin this weekend. Lots of hard work, time & planning have gone into this health fair...
08/02/2019

Health Fair & Revival coming to Joaquin this weekend. Lots of hard work, time & planning have gone into this health fair. There will be lots of things for all ages. Please take advantage of these events!

A look at summers of the past in the Joaquin.
07/19/2019

A look at summers of the past in the Joaquin.

07/08/2019

We have recently changed out the water meters and mailed out the bills. If your water bill has a discrepancy, please feel free to contact us at (936) 269-3021 or come by the office located at 124 N Preston St.

07/02/2019

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Joaquin, TX
75954

Opening Hours

Monday 08:00 - 16:00
Tuesday 08:00 - 16:00
Wednesday 08:00 - 16:00
Thursday 08:00 - 16:00
Friday 08:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(936) 269-3021

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Hello, can anyone who knew my mama, Virginia Gengie Lee Hewitt (Walker) tell me anything you knew about her? She passed away and I miss her...
The COJ asks that all citizens please conserve water during this wide spread power outage. Phone lines are down at City Hall due to the outage. Please call our after hours line for any urgent needs for assistance. 936-572-8226.
A persistent problem of a manhole cover on Connell Ferry Rd resulted in a destroyed tire, a broken rim and my truck falling on me while I was changing it
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ap-CnLzMPSs&t=8s You folks at Joaquin can be proud of this bunch.
City of Joaquin, So I've reported this already and absolutely nothing has been done about it. In fact, it's worse. So let's talk about it here and see if we can't get something done about it.. My water, as well as many others, is flat out disgusting and I'm about fed up with it.. It's been like this for weeks! WTF is going on? I do understand that things can happen beyond the cities control but this is freaking ridiculous!! And don't blame my hot water heater on this one.. This is yall's crappy water and has nothing to do with my plumbing or my appliances.. I've taken samples from multiple locations around town and they are all the same.. I, as well as everyone else who takes a bath in this crap would greatly appreciate it if we could get this fixed. Pictures will be posted in the comments. Thank you. Trista Mustard Rd Reece Marcie Dawn King Reece Mandie King Blair Ron Blair Andrew Conway
Make plans folks to attend the Rickey Warren Memorial Fireworks. 4th of July on the Logansport riverfront. Rickey was a native of Joaquin, former member of Joaquin Fire Dept., and a graduate of JHS. He moved to Logansport, married Miss Lona, and became a big part of Desoto Fire District 1. Rickey was a good friend to both sides of the Sabine River. He is missed by all that knew him and never met a stranger. Come join in the fun, live music and a fireworks display as good as any you will ever see.
Water pressure is low in some areas in Joaquin due to an electrical problem. Deep East Texas is working on it now.
What no water in the village on 2428 ?