Our area was hit with some very strong winds Sunday damaging many trees. We wanted to make sure our citizens are aware of Republic Services requirements. Proper bundling will help ensure you’re tree debris is removed by curbside pick-up. The requirements are “tree limbs must be bundled together in bundles no longer than four (4) feet and must not weigh more than 50 pounds."
Red Light Camera Information
The Hurst red light camera program is completely inactive now, and the city will no longer be pursuing collections on any violations. If you currently have an unpaid red light camera ticket, you do not have to pay. If a ticket was paid before the bill was signed, refunds will not be given. The city has removed the photo enforcement signs, and the vendor (Redflex) will be removing the camera equipment in the coming weeks.
Please note, registration holds are administered by the State of Texas. Until the state removes those holds, you will have to register your vehicle in person or by mail at your local tax assessor’s office.
Since no payments are being accepted, all hearings related to Hurst red light camera tickets have been cancelled.
Redbud Drive temporary closing
Redbud Drive between Holder Drive and Oak Park Drive will be closed for sewer main repairs starting June 3 and reopening in approximately 30 days. Detour routes will be marked. We appreciate your patience!
Independence Day closure information
All non-essential city offices will be closed in observance of the Independence Day holiday. Trash and Recycling are unaffected by this holiday closure. Emergency services will operate as normal.
Hurst Stars and Stripes 2019
Get ready for the 2019 Independence Day celebration! This year will not disappoint!
Thursday, July 4
5:00 - 10:00 PM
Hurst Community Park soccer fields
Find out all the details by visiting hursttx.gov/hurststarsandstripes.
Gas Service Line Replacement
Starting Monday March 11, 2019 Atmos will begin working on replacing gas service lines in the area shown on the attached map. They will begin south of Pipeline Road and work north. Atmos will send out mail outs to residence today and door hangers will be placed starting tomorrow by their sub-contractor, Mission Site Services. Their working hours will be Monday through Friday from 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM. No weekend work is anticipated. Work should be complete in this area in approximately 3 months.
Contact information is as follows:
Rey Herrera – 817-685-1257 ext 1322 email@example.com
Tommy Clark – 817-685-1257 ext 1305 firstname.lastname@example.org
Mission Site Services
Ramon Salinas – 972-369-0300 email@example.com
Summer 2019 Where We Live
Our Hurst Stars and Stripes is the best Fourth of July celebration that you can find in DFW. We bring in over 35,000 people each year to enjoy live music, food trucks, kids activities, and of course, our outstanding firework show!
July is National Parks and Recreation Month, and we have a wide variety of fun events planned to celebrate. For a calendar of events happening all through the month of July, visit page 26 and 27.
To keep up with all of the upcoming events this spring, visit hursttx.gov/calendar.
Water Quality ReportThe Water Quality Report for reporting year 2018 is now available.
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.
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!