Appointment of Fire Chief
Chief John Brown is retiring from the City of Hurst after serving our community for almost 15 years as Fire Chief. We are grateful for his dedicated service and the positive mark he is leaving on the city. We wish him and his family the very best in retirement.
As a true reflection of the City of Hurst’s commitment to a strong leadership culture, the selection process for the next Fire Chief remained internal. Palla has provided dedicated service to the City of Hurst for 31 years, starting as a Fire Fighter, and then moving up to Driver/Engineer, Lieutenant and Assistant Fire Chief for the last 15 years.
We look forward to David Palla taking on his new role as Fire Chief.
City receives awards
Your Communications Department received three TAMIO (Texas Association of Municipal Information Officers) for 2017: a first place award for the redesigned hursttx.gov, a first place award for our Where We Live Magazine, and a third place award for the Where We Live mobile app!
Hurst Stars & Stripes
See all the details about our 15th annual Hurst Stars & Stripes event by visiting hursttx.gov/hurststarsandstripes.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection
|Date and Location
July 15, 2017
Ammunition or explosives
Appliances or electronics
Bulk trash & yard waste
Butane or propane cylinders
Medicines or sharps
Document shredding will be available. Five (5) box limit, no larger than 15"x12"x10" accepted. Limited space. First come, first served.
Call the City of Hurst at 817-788-7217 or 817-788-7212 with questions.
Where We Live Magazine
Welcome to the Summer 2017 edition of Where We Live.
Summer is officially on its way, and there are a multitude of exciting things going on in Hurst this season! For starters, our newly renovated Central Aquatics Center is scheduled to open Memorial Day Weekend. All summer long, our residents and visitors can enjoy both of our recently updated aquatics centers to cool down from the Texas heat! All of the details on the new Central Aquatics Center are listed on page 53.
Back in February, you had the opportunity to let us know what improvements you would like to see made in the City of Hurst by taking our Citizen Survey, and your city council and city staff have been working hard to put a plan in place based on your feedback. To learn more about that process and what’s next for Transforming Hurst, check out page 17.
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.
Get all the details!
2016 State of the City of Hurst
Annual Report - Published February 2017
2016 Strategic Planning Document
Municipal Debt Fact Sheet- October 1, 2016
Water Quality Report- 2015
2016-2017 Operating Budget(Available on our Fiscal Services Department Page)
2017 Town Hall Forum Presentation