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Notices and News

Early Voting

Early Voting will be Tuesday October 13 through October 30 at City Hall, 110 W. Olive. Polls will be open 8am-5pm. We will have 2 days of extended hours 7am-7pm on Monday October 19th & Monday October 26th. Please bring an approved photo id. We are also asking everyone to wear a mask inside city […]

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Safe Trick-or-Treating

Safe Trick-or-Treating will be October 31st this year. Participating businesses and churches will be handing out treats from 5:30pm-7:00pm. If you are a business or church and would like to participate please contact City Hall at 586-1313 to be added to the list. Remember to drive safe and watch out for children walking.

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City Wide Clean-up Day

October 17th 8am-2pm the Convenience Center will be open for FREE to all City of Holliday residence. The Convenience Center is located 200 N. College. We ask that you put any metal in the Metal Bin. Tree limbs, brush and grass clippings will go in the brush pile to the east of the bins. We […]

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Job Announcement

The City of Holliday Police Department, an Equal Opportunity Employer, is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be a licensed Texas peace officer with a minimum of 1 year experience. Pre-employment drug screen and criminal history check required. Applications are available at the City of Holliday, 110 W. Olive, and on the […]

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Proposed Tax Rate Meeting

The City of Holliday will hold a meeting at 6:15 pm on September 14, 2020 at City Hall Chambers located at 110 West Olive Street, Holliday Texas to consider adopting a proposed tax rate for tax year 2020. The proposed tax rate is .47814 per $100 of value. The proposed tax rate would increase total […]

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City Wide Clean Up Day

Saturday June 13th is the City Wide Clean Up Day. The convenience center located on N. College will be open from 8am-2pm. Residence can bring their unwanted item, trash and etc…. for FREE. However we will not accept tires. There is a designated bin for metal. Brush, tree limbs and grass clipping should be put […]

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City Park and Kiddie Park

The City Park and Kiddie Park are now open. We ask that you still follow Governor Abbott’s rules for Social Distancing. No groups larger than 10 and stay 6 feet apart. If you have any systems or have tested positive please do not go to the park. Lets keep our community safe. Thank you

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