Hudson Oaks would like to introduce the new online permitting software with MyGov, we ask that contractors and applicants submit for permits online.
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!
Hudson Oaks is planning for its future with an update to the Comprehensive Plan! The Comprehensive Plan is the City's blueprint for how Hudson Oaks will develop in the future and what our services, events, and goals will be over the coming years.
I want to send a quick message out to our community and show my appreciation to the people who stepped up in the middle of the freezing temperature crisis we experienced.
On March 19, 2020, Texas Governor, Greg Abbott, issued an executive order in response to the Coronavirus pandemic
Trails are coming to Hudson Oaks!
Join the City of Hudson Oaks at the first Community Forum held at City Hall on September 18th from 10 AM to 2 PM. Come share your big, bold ideas for what COHO should tackle.
The holiday season is upon us. Nationally, crime spikes over the holidays as it is dark earlier, homes fill with gifts, and activities take us away from our homes more often. Please make sure to secure your property and protect yourself and your family while you are away from home.
Happy Veterans Day to our soldiers, both past and present. We owe you our thanks, but more than that, we owe you our freedom. A special thanks to those on our very own City of Hudson Oaks staff!
The Hudson Oaks City Council will hold a regular meeting on Thursday, November 18, 2021 at 7 PM at City Hall (210 Hudson Oaks Dr). The meeting agenda is available for review at https://hudsonoaks.com/calendar/city-council-meeting-2021-11-25
As the holidays approach, be safe with these tips from the Hudson Oaks COPS Association! Check out our website for more holiday safety tips: https://hudsonoaks.com/articles/holiday-safety-tips
HUDSON OAKS COMMUNITY! It's the most wonderful time of the year, to help bless kids in Parker County! This is the CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) "Angel Tree," and every ornament on this tree represents a child in care of CPS in our community. These ornaments have Christmas present wishlists on them for the child which they represent! We're asking you to please #BranchOut and help us empty this tree! 🙌 🎄
If you're interested in taking one, but can't make it to City Hall to choose one, please call us and we will send you a photo of one of the ornaments still waiting to have their wishlist fulfilled. 🎁
Please return the presents UNWRAPPED to the Hudson Oaks Wal-Mart (2801 E I-20, anytime they are open) or to CASA (305 S. Rusk St., M-TH 10am-3pm) by December 8th with the ornament attached. Call us if you have any questions at (682) 229 - 2400 💜
The students at Weatherford Christian School spent part of their service day putting up garland for the COHOHO corridor! Thank you WCS! What great students! 🙌 🎄 🎁 #wcsserves #branchout
Join Mayor Marc Povero and the City of Hudson Oaks on Friday, December 3rd to light up Gene Voyles Park and kick off the Holiday Season!
Bring your family for the official tree lighting ceremony and special edition light show at 6 p.m brought to you by Home Zone, H-E-B and Nextlink. Then stick around for a movie in the park (Elf) brought to you by Film Alley! (Coolers welcome, no glass please)
Enjoy dinner from Buff's BBQ and Miguel's Place starting at 5pm, concessions from Film Alley, photos with the family by HBS Realty and free hot chocolate from FBC Weatherford.
Hudson Oaks city hall is sporting orange pinwheels this week to support Zonta of Parker County Texas's campaign of saying no to violence against women 🧡 ✊
City Hall will be closed this Thursday & Friday. Trash and recycling will be serviced on Friday (11/26); no trash or recycling service on Thanksgiving day.
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.