Manages the development process (permitting, platting, etc) and economic development (recruitment, retention)
We have been waiting quite a long time for the grand opening of one of Texas’ premier grocers here in North Texas (May 10th) and the executives of H-E-B chose us! That was a pretty big deal for a small city of 2,500 people with NO municipal property tax!
We're trying something totally different for the next iteration of our website. Read more about what we're trying to accomplish.
A brief explanation of the proposed changes to the city's thoroughfare plan
Thank you Urban Management Assistants of North Texas - UMANT for the Boomin' 4th shoutout! #branchout
Looks like the new Hudson Oaks Donut Shop got our police department’s seal of approval! Hudson Oaks Donut Hudson Oaks Police Officers Association #branchout
The Hudson Oaks City Council's next meeting is Thursday, August 22, 2019, 7:00 p.m. at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Drive). The meeting agenda and staff packet are available for review via the link below.
Friendly reminder: food and liquid do not belong in your recycling bin. Keep your recycling clean and dry! Know what to do with your left over food by clicking the link below to learn more about the basics, benefits, and methods of composting. #KnowWhatToThrow
composting link: http://timetorecycle.com/composting/
We have less than 50 VIP tickets remaining for Craft & Cork 2019 Main Event! Purchase tickets at https://events.hudsonoaks.com/craft-and-cork#main-event
Also, check out last year's fashion accessory. The mud boots!
Excited to add another amazing company and their corporate headquarters to the Hudson Oaks family! Superior Livestock is a cutting edge agricultural technology company selling livestock throughout the United States.
So, animal control had a wild weekend... #branchout #hudsonoaksPD Hudson Oaks Police Officers Association
Here in the city of Hudson Oaks, we pride ourselves in our community. Whether you're looking to join our community or you've been here for years, use the form below to let us know if there is anything we can do to make our city better.