Dear Residents,

Our Boil Water Notice has been rescinded.  Water produced by the City of Bunker Hill has been tested and is safe for consumption. 

Please click here for the official TCEQ required statement

If you are still experiencing low water pressure, please check your main house valve and/or individual faucet aerators for blockages.  You can search “aerator faucet cleaning on YouTube” for a how-to video.

Trash was collected on Thursday and Friday and will be in full service on Monday.

Contractors should remove all construction debris and not place for normal residential pick up.

We are allowing licensed plumbers to access the city’s meter boxes and turn services on and off during this time of emergency conditions.  Most licensed plumbers will have the proper tools for this operation.   We are not requiring permits for minor plumbing repairs.  If you have major damage involving plumbing, electrical and/or your structure, we do require a permit which can be processed online.  This link outlines these needs which are considered a "remodel" project.  This will ensure the City's inspection process on your behalf. 

Please note that we are allowing contractors to work on Sunday, February 21 given the emergency situation. 

  

City Council Meeting

The City Council Meeting scheduled for Tuesday, February 16 was rescheduled for Monday, February 22, 2021 at 5:30 at City Hall.  

Please click here to view the agenda. 

Click here to access the packet and zoom information.   

Thank you for all of the kind words for our Public Works Team and Staff during this time.  We look forward to full recovery for our utility system and the 130+ residents who requested the water be shut off for water leaks and damages.

Karen Glynn, City Administrator