Harris County Precinct 3 is expected to begin debris removal operations on Monday, May 20, 2024. All debris must be stacked in the right of way (ROW) in accordance with staging guidelines. Please note that due to the extensive coverage area, collection may not be immediate and may take a few days to several weeks. Please do not park vehicles on the street near debris piles and do not stack items...

The City of Bunker Hill Village invites you to celebrate our nation’s birthday at the Villages Independence Day Parade! The parade route will begin at 10:00 a.m. at Memorial Church of Christ at Gaylord and Echo Ln., continue east on Gaylord to Piney Point Rd., then turn south on Piney Point Rd. and conclude in front of Ecclesia.  Registration is not required to participate in the...

The Village Fire Department Commission has appointed Howard Miller as Fire Chief for the Village Fire Department (VFD).  Chief Miller began his career with VFD as a Firefighter in 1980. Over the years, he has served as a Driver Operator, Paramedic, Lieutenant, Captain, and Deputy Chief. Most recently, Chief Miller has been VFD’s Interim Fire Chief since February 2023. He has...

With scorching temperatures this summer, coupled with drought conditions, water consumption for the City significantly increased that lead to Stage 1 voluntary restrictions. While it did not extend beyond this stage, the current billing cycle (August 15 – October 15) reflects higher than normal usage for many residential properties in the City of Bunker Hill Village. After investigating, the...

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  The City has received a notice from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) that requires mandatory public reporting. To read the notice, click here.  Why did the City receive the violation notice? Per the guidelines of the Texas Commission of Environmental Quality (TCEQ), the City is required to complete proper sampling and reporting for Lead and Cooper.  While...

  At the April 2023 meeting, City Council unanimously approved an update to the building and development fee schedule. The new fees become effective June 1, 2023. The purpose of the fees is to ensure the City is recovering the cost of providing services associated with building and community development (i.e. inspections, plan review, etc.) so all taxpayers do not pay. Click here to view...

  Click here to view the May 2023 Newsletter with the latest City happenings. A hard copy of the Newsletter is included in utility bills that arrive in the mail. ...

  In 2021, City Council approved the construction of a new Public Works and Disaster Operations Building. This new facility will not only house Public Works personnel but also act as the City’s Emergency Operations Center during major emergency situations. The new facility is scheduled to be operational Fall 2023. What is BHV Inc.? The City has established a non-profit corporation (BHV...