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to the heart of the Texas Hill Country.

Our vision for Johnson City includes a well-planned community, ensuring small town values that consider our town's rich history, resulting in an improved quality-of-life for all Johnson City citizens and those who visit.





Johnson City Spring Clean
2nd Saturday


JCTX Jazz & Art Festival
Memorial Park
Last Saturday
Postponed to 5/20/23


Memorial Day Flag Program

Movies @ the Memorial
Minions: The Rise of Gru
Memorial Park
2nd Friday
Postponed to 5/25/23 Due to Weather

JCTX Jazz & Art Festival
Memorial Park


Flag Day Flag Program

Dive-In Movies
Community Pool
2nd Friday


Independence Day Flag Program

4th Fest
Parade & Fireworks
Closest Saturday

Click HERE for the Parade Entry Form




Patriot Day Flag Program

Movies @ the Memorial
Top Gun: Maverick
Memorial Park
2nd Friday


National Night Out
Block Party
2nd Saturday

@ the Square


Veteran’s Day Flag Program

Municipal Court Week Driving Display


5K Jingle Jaunt
2nd Saturday



NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City Council of the City of Johnson City, Texas will convene at its regular meeting place in the City Hall, 303 E. Pecan Dr., Johnson City, Texas 78636 at 6:00 p.m., Johnson City, Texas time, on June 6, 2023, and during such meeting, the City Council will consider the passage of a Resolution and take such actions as may be deemed necessary to authorize the issuance of one or more series of certificates of obligation (the interest on which may or may not be included in the gross income of the holders thereof for purposes of federal income taxation) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed $1,500,000 for the purpose or purposes of paying contractual obligations of the City to be incurred for making permanent public improvements and for other public purposes, to wit: (1) designing, acquiring, constructing, renovating, improving, and equipping various City street and sidewalk improvements, including necessary capital maintenance and utilities relocation, drainage, and landscaping necessary or incidental thereto, (2) designing, renovating, improving, and equipping various drainage improvements, and (3) the payment of professional services related to the acquisition, design, construction, project management, and financing of the aforementioned projects (collectively, the “Projects”), and (4) for paying all or a portion of the legal, financial and engineering fees in connection with the Projects and the costs of issuance related to such hereinafter defined Certificates. Each series of certificates (together, the “Certificates”) will be payable from the levy of an annual ad valorem tax, within the limitations prescribed by law, upon all taxable property within the City and, additionally, from a pledge of and lien on certain “Surplus Revenues,” if any, received by the City from the ownership and operation of the City’s waterworks and sewer system. In accordance with Section 271.049, as amended, Texas Local Government Code, (i) the current principal amount of all of the City’s outstanding public securities secured by and payable from ad valorem taxes is $1,784,000; (ii) the current combined principal and interest required to pay all of the City’s outstanding public securities secured by and payable from ad valorem taxes on time and in full is $2,010,615.25; (iii) the estimated combined principal and interest required to pay the Certificates to be authorized on time and in full is $2,421,813; (iv) the maximum interest rate for the Certificates may not exceed the maximum legal interest rate; and (v) the maximum maturity date of the Certificates to be authorized is August 1, 2044. The Certificates are to be issued, and this notice is given, under and pursuant to the provisions of the Certificate of Obligation Act of 1971, as amended, Texas Local Government Code Section 271.041 through Section 271.064, and Chapter 1502, Texas Government Code, as amended.

/s/ Whitney Walston
City Secretary
City of Johnson City, Texas


Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds
State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds
CSLFRF Project # 167-TX8005 (TX1747)

May 1, 2023
City of Johnson City

The City of Johnson City has been awarded an allocation under the Coronavirus State and Local Fiscal Recovery Funds (CSLFRF) Project # 167-TX8005 (TX1747)  in the amount of $ 529,075.42 by US Department of the Treasury for rehabilitation to the City’s wastewater system.  Project description includes: Conduct a pipe burst replacement at this location using specialized equipment to go into the manhole and burst the existing 6-inch wastewater pipe from manhole to manhole while pulling a 6-inch HDPE pipe along the way.  This method replaces the existing damaged pipe while preventing wastewater spills.

The existing, damaged concrete pipe has developed blockages which cause wastewater backups into homes and businesses due to root-growth at wastewater pipe joints and decaying and/or broken old clay or concrete pipe. Rehabilitation of these lines will re-establish normal wastewater flow conditions in the pipes and will also ensure compliance with Texas Commission on Environmental Quality minimum standards for the design and operation of wastewater collection lines.

Project locations include Gonzales Street, Scofield Ave, Pecan Drive and US 281 Parking Lot.

A review of environmental factors was conducted consistent with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and considering the nature of the current proposed activities, no environmental impacts are expected at these locations.

Notificación de intención de solicitar la liberación de fondos
Fondos de Recuperación Fiscal Estatales y Locales
Proyecto CSLFRF # 167-TX8005 (TX1747)

1 de mayo de 2023
Ciudad de Johnson City

La Ciudad de Johnson City ha recibido una asignación bajo el Proyecto # 167-TX8005 (TX1747) de los Fondos de Recuperación Fiscal Estatal y Local del Coronavirus (CSLFRF)  por  un monto de $ 529,075.42 por parte del Departamento del Tesoro de los Estados Unidos para la rehabilitación del sistema de aguas residuales de la Ciudad.  La descripción del proyecto incluye: Realice un reemplazo de rotura de tubería en esta ubicación utilizando equipo especializado para entrar en la boca de registro y reventar la tubería de aguas residuales de 6 pulgadas existente de pozo a boca de registro mientras tira de una tubería de HDPE de 6 pulgadas en el camino.  Este método reemplaza la tubería dañada existente al tiempo que evita derrames de aguas residuales.

La tubería de concreto dañada existente ha desarrollado bloqueos que causan respaldos de aguas residuales en hogares y negocios debido al crecimiento de raíces en las juntas de las tuberías de aguas residuales y la tubería de arcilla u hormigón vieja en descomposición y / o rota. La rehabilitación de estas líneas restablecerá las condiciones normales de flujo de aguas residuales en las tuberías y también garantizará el cumplimiento de los estándares mínimos de la Comisión de Calidad Ambiental de Texas para el diseño y operación de líneas de recolección de aguas residuales.

Las ubicaciones de los proyectos incluyen Gonzales Street, Scofield Ave, Pecan Drive y US 281 Parking Lot.

Se llevó a cabo una revisión de los factores ambientales de conformidad con la Ley de Política Ambiental Nacional (NEPA) y, teniendo en cuenta la naturaleza de las actividades propuestas actualmente, no se esperan impactos ambientales en estos lugares.

Jun 9 2023

Dive-in Movies: Moana

8:00pm - 10:00pm Community Park Building
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The City of Johnson City hosts Movies @ the Park during the Spring and Summer months. Movies are family-friendly screenings! Pool Admission is required. Movies start at sundown (typically 8 / 8:30 p.m.), but feel free to come out early to pick your favorite spot! Please bring blankets, chairs, sunscreen, and bug repellent. Patrons are...

Jun 10 2023

LBJ Farmer’s Market – Johnson City Coffee Co.

8:00am - 1:00pm Johnson City Coffee Co.
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Jun 13 2023

Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Outreach Meeting

6:00pm - 7:30pm Blanco Co. Annex - Hoppe Room
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SAVE THE DATE! 1st Hazard Mitigation Plan Public Outreach Meeting for citizens in Blanco County. The purpose of this meeting is to review the Hazard Mitigation Plan and solicit public input. June 13, 2023 6:00 – 7:30 PM Hoppe Room, Blanco Co. Annex 101 E. Cypress, Johnson City, TX 78636

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