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    Brinkman named Employee of the Year

    Christina Brinkman, Communications Coordinator, was named the City of Burleson Employee of the Year for 2020. Read on...
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    Martin Luther King Jr. Day City Closures

    Trash and curbside recycling will be collected on Monday, Jan. 18, but most City facilities will be closed in observance of the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday. Read on...
  3. City Council Election Packets pickup

    City Council candidate packets available now

    City Council places 1, 3, and 5 will be on the May 1, 2021, ballot. All are three-year terms. The filing period is open from January 13 through February 12. Read on...
  4. Jesse Tate Employee of the Fourth Quarter

    Tate named Employee of the Quarter

    Jesse Tate, the City of Burleson's Employee of the Quarter, was nominated and selected for consistently going above and beyond his job requirements and his willingness to always assist in any area needed. Read on...
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    COVID-19 Vaccine Update for Burleson

    The City has received several questions about the COVID-19 vaccine. Read on to find out who is eligible to take the vaccine, where vaccines are available, and how a person that meets the stated requirements can receive a vaccine. Read on...
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    City approves new Old Town development

    Burleson City Council approved a public-private partnership with developer that will double the size of Old Town’s core by bringing over 50,000 square feet of retail, office and restaurant space. Read on...
  7. FY 20-21 Annual Budget

    City Council approves annual budget

    City Council approved a budget for the 2020-21 fiscal year beginning Oct. 1, that decreases the city portion of the tax rate, reduces water fees and invests in public safety, city’s roadways, traffic management and more Read on...
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    City Council approves funds for fire station relocation

    The new facility will be located at 250 E. Hidden Creek Parkway, near the intersection of E. Hidden Creek Parkway and S. Dobson St. The new building will replace the existing Station 2, which was built in 1995 and is located at 620 Memorial Plaza. Read on...
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