1. Offices Closed

    City Offices Closed for Thanksgiving

    City of Longview offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 25, and Friday, Nov. 26, in observance of Thanksgiving. All city offices will resume regular business hours Monday, Nov. 29. Read on...
  2. Keith Bonds News Release

    City Manager Keith Bonds Announces Retirement

    Longview City Manager Keith Bonds announced during the Nov. 11 City Council meeting that he plans to retire at the end of January 2022. Bonds has worked for the City of Longview since 1999, and has served as Longview’s City Manager since 2018. Read on...
  3. Christmas Decorating Contest Flyer

    Christmas Decorating Contest Registration Open

    Visit Longview and the Longview Hospitality and Tourism Association (LHTA) invite Longview businesses to participate in a Christmas Decorating Contest. The deadline to register your business for the contest is midnight on Nov. 15, 2021. Read on...
  4. COL News Entryway

    Longview Improves Open Records Request Process

    The City of Longview is improving transparency by making public records more easily accessible. Read on...
  5. Santa and an Elf on a truck in the Longview Christmas Parade

    Longview Christmas Parade Returns Dec. 2

    Participants are encouraged to design entrants that celebrate the theme of this year’s parade “Light Up Longview.” Participant registration is open through Friday, November 12. Space is limited. Read on...
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    Fairmont Street Reconstruction and Closure from H.G. Mosley to Toler Road

    Beginning at 8:00 am Monday, August 9, Fairmont Street will be reduced to one lane of traffic, westbound only, H.G. Mosely Parkway to Toler Road. One-way westbound traffic is anticipated to continue for one year. Read on...
  7. COL News Blue

    Notice of 2021 Tax Year Adopted Tax Rate for City of Longview

    The City of Longview adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax. Read on...
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