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Working at the direction of the city manager and City Council, the City of Hurst Communications and Marketing Division serves as the central point of contact for communications and marketing activities citywide.

Communications and Marketing Team
Malaika Farmer
Executive Director
of Administration
& Customer Service
Kara McKinney
Public Information Officer
Shelly Klein
Outreach Coordinator-City Manager's Office

E-mail and Text Updates

Get personalized news about the City of Hurst and how it affects you, events and emergency alerts delivered to your e-mail or cell phone. Choose from more than 10 categories, and you'll be notified when new information is available. The updates are free*, and you can update your preferences at any time. (*Standard text message rates apply if charged by your phone company.)

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Stay connected at our social media outlets

 City of Hurst  Facebook  twitter  Pinterest Logo  Linked In  Instagram City of Hurst YouTube Channel 
 Conference Center  Facebook    Pinterest Logo  Linked In  Instagram  
 Fire Department  Facebook  twitter        
 Library  Facebook  twitter  Pinterest Logo  Linked In  Instagram  
 Police  Facebook  twitter        
 Recreation  Facebook        Instagram  

Code Red

Code Red 
With the CodeRed Emergency Notification System the City of Hurst now has the ability to notify the entire City or only the affected areas of the City about emergency situations in a matter of minutes. The system is available to all Hurst residents free of charge.

It is ok to update your information even if you have had the same address and number for several years. This will allow us to make sure the information is correct.


Kara McKinney
Public Information Officer
Kara McKinney
Public Information Officer