1. Kitchen Sink with water running

    City Encourages Residents to Monitor Usage During Winter Months

    Longview resident’s monthly sewer rates are based on average household water use during the months of November, December and January (as billed in December, January and February). Read on...
  2. Open Business Sign

    Forgivable Loans for Longview Small Businesses

    Longview small business and nonprofit organizations that have been negatively impacted by COVID-19 are encouraged to apply for a federally-funded grant program that will provide zero-interest forgivable loans of up to $30,000. Read on...
  3. Offices Closed

    City Offices Closing for Thanksgiving

    City of Longview offices will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26, and Friday, Nov. 27, in observance of Thanksgiving. All city offices will resume regular business hours Monday, Dec. 2. Read on...
  4. Road Closed

    Lane Closures on Judson Road Between Hoyt Drive and Pegues Place

    Bridge work has been completed on the east side of Judson Road (SH 502). Beginning Monday, November 23, traffic will switch to the east side to facilitate work on the second half of the bridge. Read on...
  5. Fire News Truck

    2020 Longview Fire Department Annual Awards Recognition

    On Oct. 27, the Longview Fire Department paused to salute some of its personnel who were recommended by their peers for recognition of their internal annual awards process. Read on...
  6. General-Canceled

    2020 Longview AMBUCS Christmas Parade Canceled

    Due the restrictions placed on outdoor events per Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's Executive Order GA-29, the Longview AMBUCS Christmas Parade has been canceled. Read on...
  7. Police Station

    Council Approves $23.9 Million Contract for Voter-Approved Police Station

    The new police station is one of a series of public safety enhancements approved by voters as part of a $52.4 million Public Safety bond election in 2018. Read on...
  8. Fire Station 5 News Release

    Construction Begins on Fire Station 5 Expansion

    Originally built in 1985, the fire station will be modernized while constructing 10,208-square-feet of new space and renovating 5,373-square-feet of the existing station. Read on...
  9. Boorman Trail Highway 80 Entrance

    Paul Boorman Trailhead closed to allow trail extension

    Beginning Tue., Oct. 6, the Marshall Avenue trailhead of the Paul Boorman Trail will be closed temporarily as part of project to connect 10+ miles of trails. Read on...
  10. Ambulance

    Ambulance Subscription Registration Ends Dec. 31, 2020

    Since 2009, the Longview Fire Department has offered an EMS Subscription Program to Longview residents in an attempt to help offset the rising cost of out-of-pocket medical expenses. Read on...
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