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820 St. Joseph Street
Gonzales, TX 78629
(830) 672-2815
info@cityofgonzales.org

 

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Come and Take It Cannon

Gonzales was the site of the first battle of the Texas Revolution on October 2, 1835.  The internationally recognized sign of freedom, the Come and Take IT flag was born from that battle.  Today, Gonzales is still rich in history, but we are much more.  We are the home to the Texas Junior High School State Rodeo Finals every May and we have rodeos at our JB Wells Park Arena almost every weekend.  If rodeo is not to your liking take a look at our outstanding 9 hole Golf Course or see the Come and Take It cannon at our Memorial Museum.  

We’re not just about relaxation in Gonzales.  We are business friendly too.  Just ask Adams Extract, Southern Clay, Jim H. Wilson, or Tropical Fusions a few of the companies based here.  We are the crossroads of the Eagle-Ford Shale Oil Field.  Such oil companies as EOG, Lucas Oil, and Marathon Oil have made Gonzales their regional home.  The Texas-Northern-Gonzales Railroad provides personal service you will never see with the large national railroads.

We invite you to “Come and Take It” and once you do, you’ll never let it go.

 

  • The City of Gonzales has no plans to annex any properties which are not exempt as defined by Section 43.052(h), Texas Local Government Code, within the time period prescribed by statute.
  • The City of Gonzales reserves the right to amend this annexation plan in accordance with the provisions of the Texas Local Government Code and other applicable law.

 

CITY OFFICES CLOSED

Our offices will be closed in observance of Good Friday.
GOOD FRIDAY HOLIDAY

 

ELECTION-MAY 10, 2014

 

Jim Price Community Clean-Up

Jim Price Community Clean-Up
Businesses and Civic Groups who wish to form a team and clean-up neighborhoods or public areas can call 830-263-2206 or email loretta@rockinsmarketing.com

 

Tree Trimming Services

Asplundh Tree Expert Co. will begin tree trimming services on March 24, 2014 for approximately 5 weeks. This service is for trees growing too close to electric lines which can cause damage or interrupt power to you or your neighbors.
Asplundh’s pruning methods comply with industry standards for safety and tree care, and are endorsed by the International Society of Arboriculture and the Tree Care Industry Association.
The is no charge to you for these tree-trimming services TREE TRIMMING

 

Calling the May 10, 2014 Election

 

Spring Volleyball League

The City of Gonzales is gearing up for the Spring 2014 Co-Ed Volleyball League. Volleyball begins March 18 at 6:00 p.m for 10 weeks. Eight player teams will compete. The registration fee is $120.00 per team. Download the Registration Form

 

Subdivision Ordinance

 

Comprehensive Plan

City of Gonzales Comprehensive Plan.

The 2012 State of the Community Report is a critical component in identifying where the City of Gonzales currently stands. It provides a baseline by which different facets of the community can be looked at piece by piece, revealing each of their strengths and opportunities as well as weaknesses and poten-tial challenges. However, that portion of the Comprehensive Plan is only one half of the tool by which the city will use to make planning decisions going forward. The sections concentrating on Gonzales’ future make up the second half of the document, providing recommendations that the city and its residents can use to guide their city in a meaningful direction.

Download the Complete Comprehensive Plan

 

Stay Informed with New Service from Blackboard Connect

Stay Connected with Blackboard Connect The City of Gonzales can now send you important notifications for things such as emergencies, street closures, city wide events and much more. You can be better informed by registering through this website or downloading a free smartphone app offered by our notification provider.

With this service, you will be able to receive notifications via voice, email or text message.

Click the button at the top right of the homepage to register or download the free Blackboard Connect app to your smart phone or tablet.

Once your registration is complete you can set your preferences and begin receiving notifications.

If you have questions or need assistance with this service please contact us at 830-672-2815.

 

Sewer Line Warranty Program

Gonzales utility customers recently received a letter about a sewer line warranty program that is available through an initiative between the National League of Cities (NLC) and Sewer Line Warranties of America (SWLA). Click the following link for answers to frequently asked questions about the program. Utility Service Partners FAQs

 

The City of Gonzales Says Come and Take It Again

PRESS RELEASE – The City of Gonzales Says Come and Take It Again

Gonzales, Texas, February 20, 2013—The first time Gonzales’ voice was heard on the subject of gun control was in 1835 when the Mexican Army tried to take the town’s cannon. The residents of Gonzales responded with what has become the immortal cry of “Come and Take It”. Today that cannon resides in the City’s Memorial Museum, Santa Anna never got it.

On February 19, 2013 the City of Gonzales once again issued the decree to “Come and Take It”. This time it was not on the battlefield, but during the City Council meeting. The Gonzales City Council passed a resolution supporting the United States Constitution especially the second, fourth, ninth, and tenth Amendments. The Council took official action instructing all City agencies to “refuse requests or directives by federal agencies acting under unconstitutional powers enumerated” in the resolution.

Resolution – City of Gonzales Says Come and Take It Again Click to download the entire resolution.

“The feedback we have received has all been positive so far”, City Manager Allen Barnes said. “Our meeting last night had a full house and when the resolution was read in its entirety, those in attendance applauded.”

 

Texas State Comptroller's Financial Transparency Gold Circle Award

Gold Circle Award
The City of Gonzales has been awarded the Gold Circle Award from the Texas State Comptroller’s Office for financial transparency. This award is presented to cities in Texas that meet certain criteria in providing financial reporting information to its citizens. These financial reports include annual budgets, comprehensive annual financial reports, and online check registers.

 

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