Stay up to date on changes in Hurst due to the coronavirus.
Learn more from these official resources:
- The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention – Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
- Sign up for weekly updates from the CDC – CDC Newsletter
- World Health Organization - Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak
Republic Services Trash Service
Due to increased household waste overwhelming the collection system, Republic Services will not be collecting bulk waste and brush beginning Monday March 30, 2020, until further notice. They will continue to collect containerized recycling and bagged garbage as normal. The additional clean up dates scheduled for April 4 and 11 will also be postponed to a later date.
We continue to stay in close communication with Republic Services and will post updates as we receive them. Thank you for your patience and understanding as our vendors adjust to these challenging times. To report an issue or missed collection, please submit a service request through our mobile app, Where We Live, or at hursttx.gov or call Republic Services at 817-332-7301.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event Canceled
This event was scheduled for Saturday, April 18 at the city service center. Due to the current events this date has been canceled. Future event dates will be posted to the city website as they are determined.
Business Resources - Coronavirus
Visit our business page for resources designed to inform our businesses during this crisis.
HEB Chamber Member Service Update
March 20, 2020
The Hurst Euless Bedford Chamber of Commerce has compiled lists of resources that their members are offering to our community. These lists DO NOT contain information for all businesses in Hurst. We encourage you to use these lists as a resource, but also remember the businesses in Hurst that offer curbside or pick-up as options. If you have questions about a favorite location and what services they are currently offering, please contact them directly by phone.
Handy ways to find information fast!
Here are a few ‘friendly’ links that will help you find information fast! You can also get information straight to your email. Sign up today at hursttx.gov/getconnected. You'll soon begin receiving our Hurst Happenings e-newsletter that is full of great information!
Where We Live Winter Magazine
Our annual Town Hall Forum is on February 20 at the Hurst Conference Center. This is a great opportunity to learn about all that is going on in Hurst and ask questions of our city staff and council. Visit page 17 for more details.
If you haven’t already, take some time to fill out our citizen survey online. By filling out this survey, you’re able to tell us how we’re doing and what priorities are important to you. You can read more about the citizen survey on page 17 and fill it out by visiting our website.
We recently launched our Property Pride Award as a way to recognize neighbors who have gone the extra yard when it comes to maintaining their property. You can learn about our recent winners on pages 18-19. And don’t forget to nominate a deserving neighbor!
The Census Bureau is conducting a population count, which occurs once a decade, to determine the needs of our communities and help plan for the future. The 2020 Census will be available for you to respond to online starting in March. I highly encourage you to participate. You can learn more details by turning to pages 20-21 or visiting census.gov.
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!