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Click below and congratulate our Memorial Villages Public Safety Departments on being named the 5th Safest City in Texas!

https://securitybaron.com/safe-cities/texas/

In an effort to better address code concerns, the City Council has passed a "Vacant Property Ordinance" as recommended by the Planning and Zoning Commission.  Click here to read the approved ordinance.

Vacant properties have been the focus of code enforcement efforts in the City.  This includes high grass, vandalism, and concerns/complaints from surrounding property owners.   Effective January 2020, an annual registration and fee will be required to ensure the City has the best contact information and can better resolve these concerns.  

More information will be forthcoming in addition to the opportunity to register online.

 

Thank you.

 SAVE THE DATE:

Thursday, December 19, 2019 will be the date for the 3rd Annual  “Holiday Twinkle Light Parade” beginning at 6:00 p.m.

This is planned to be a fun, old-fashioned evening as we all get into the Holiday spirit.   We hope that everyone will join us along the parade route.  

Spectators are asked to please line up along the sidewalk side of the street and cheer on Santa.  

 

Click here to see the new 2019 parade route.

We are also welcoming other “lighted floats” to join us.    You can call City Hall at 713-467-9762 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to join the fun.

HO!  HO!  HO!!!

The City of Bunker Hill Village invites our residents to join us to participate in various City Opportunities.

Join our Boards, Commissions, and Committees

Learn what you can do for our City. 

Please see below to see openings we are working to fill:

Reconstruction of Warrenton and Kilts is well underway.

Traffic is one-way only northbound on Warrenton for reconstruction of the pavement.

Drainage work is currently underway on Kilts.

Click HERE to read more.

WARRENTON TRAFFIC STUDY

City Council has adopted a resolution to Adopt Policies and Procedures for Notices and Grievances Under the Americans with Disabilities Act

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE RESOLUTION