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2018 Citizen Survey

It's that time of year! We are seeking your input. Please take a few moments to complete our 2018 citizen survey!

hursttx.gov/survey

 

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

Saturday, January 20 from 8:00 - 11:00 AM at the Hurst Service Center, 2001 Precinct Line Road.
Accepted items: Automotive fluids, batteries, cleaners & degreasers, cooking oil, lawn/garden/pool chemicals, light bulbs, and paint. There is a limit on paint of three five-gallon containers.
Items not accepted: Ammunition or explosives, appliances or electronics, building materials, bulk trash and yard waste, butane or propane cylinders, medicines or sharpes, and tires.

 

Healthy Hurst 2018

City of Hurst healthyhurst!

It's a new year and our Recreation staff wants to help you achieve your health goals. Each week we will share an informative video that highlights ways to improve your health in 2018! Track your fitness goals with them. Visit our Recreation Center to register. Post your progress and use the hashtag #healthyhurst!

Healthy Hurst

 

Hurst Redevelopment Plan 2017

Hurst is a first-class city with great assets, resources and city leadership. However, to maintain its status, the city recognized that it needs to be proactive to remain resilient and competitive. As a mature and built-out suburban community in the DFW Metroplex, Hurst is beginning to experience some of the challenges that come with an aging suburban community. The goal of this initiative was to develop a market and community-based redevelopment strategy that can stimulate private investment and prioritize public involvement. Below you will find the Hurst Redevelopment Plan that was done with the help of Catalyst Commercial, planning consultants, who were hired by the city.  These consultants and city staff met with representatives of the residential and commercial property owners to discuss and help produce the plan.  It includes discussion of the entire city with special focus on south east Hurst.  The city will now work with these same representatives to work towards enhancements that the private sector will need to support as well as the city and it's residents.

View Plan

 

Where We Live Magazine

City of Hurst Winter 2018 Where We Live MagazineWelcome to the Winter 2018 edition of Where We Live

What a great year it’s been for our city. Our events we held this year for our residents were bigger and better than ever, including the Fall Festival that we held for the first time. Seeing everyone come together to enjoy quality time with friends and family fills my heart with so much joy.

Along with our Fall Festival, we had several new things take place this year! Our police and fire departments partnered together to launch our sUAV (drone) program that has already proven to be an essential tool for our public safety departments. You can learn more about the program on page 13. We launched our award winning website, opened the newly renovated Central Aquatics Center, several new businesses have broken ground or have opened this year (more details on page 27), and we even got ourselves a new fire chief!


Where We Live Mobile App

Hurst Where We Live (Hurst WWL) is an online and mobile service request system for the City of Hurst. In an effort to make reporting an issue easier for our citizens the City of Hurst partnered with CitySourced to create the Hurst Where We Live mobile application for citizen requests for service. Available for both iPhone and Android devices.



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Annual Publications

2016 State of the City of Hurst
Annual Report - Published February 2017
2017 Strategic Planning Document
Municipal Debt Fact Sheet- July 1, 2017
Water Quality Report- 2015
2016-2017 Operating Budget(Available on our Fiscal Services Department Page)
2017 Town Hall Forum Presentation

2017-2018 Proposed Budget Notices

2017-2018 Proposed Budget