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Special Meeting 1/23/2018

A Special Meeting of the City Council of the City of Pearsall, Texas will be held on Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 7:00 P.M. at the Pearsall City Hall, 215 S. Ash Street, Pearsall, Texas. A copy of the agenda is available at the link below.

1-23-2018 Agenda

City Hall Closed 1/16/18

9:20 am UPDATE – City Hall and all non-essential city services will be closed today. The National Weather Service is calling for additional freezing rain and snow through 6:00 PM this evening. Pearsall Schools and Frio County have also closed for the day. Please stay inside if you can today and only travel if it is absolutely necessary.


7:00 am – Based on current weather and road conditions, the City of Pearsall offices will open with a two-hour delay for all non-emergency services for the City. We will reassess around 9:00 and based on road conditions at that time determine our status for the rest of the day. The National Weather Service is calling for a continued drop in temperatures and additional rain, sleet and snow throughout the morning. Unless absolutely necessary, please stay off of the roads and out of harms way. We will be coordinating with TXDOT for assistance with icy roads in the city on our major travel roads.

Job Announcement – Main Street Coordinator

The purpose of the Main Street Coordinator position is to lead the commercial revitalization effort and to develop and implement a strategy for economic development and historic preservation in the downtown business district. Please click the link below for the full job description.

Job Posting Main Street Coordinator Jan18

Water Valve Replacement Work Continues 1/11-12

There will be a drop in water pressure in parts of the city Thursday night, January 11th starting at 6:00 PM and running into the early hours of Friday morning as part of the City’s valve replacement project. It will also be advertised in the paper, and emergency services including the hospital have been given extra notice. We will have low pressure in the Hackberry area primarily but the project could affect the entire city somewhat.

We realize these projects pose a minor inconvenience from time to time, however, when they are completed these new valves will help us minimize the number of people affected when we have to work on our water system. At the end of these projects, life will be easier on everyone and the possibility of large scale water outages due to a failure of a small part of the water system will be significantly reduced.

Thank you for your patience as we continue to work to improve our city.

This should be the last major valve project and the remainder of the current street projects should be completed within the next three weeks.