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Mayors Corner: September 2022


The cooler temperatures are on their way, and we look forward to enjoying the great outdoors with the Community. On October 4th, make sure you take a moment to get to know your neighbors, meet your Police Officers and give your Political Representatives feedback on the City. 

National Night Out is an annual community-building campaign that promotes police-community partnerships and neighborhood camaraderie to make our neighborhoods safer and more caring places to live. You can meet us at Monarch Park that night or set up your grill at the house; invite the neighbors. 

The best way to prevent crime and keep Nolanville "A Great Place to Live" is to know your neighbors and surroundings.  

As I talk about our upcoming event, I can't help but send a huge thank you to those that made our last events, the Fox Trot 5K & Train Whistle Jamboree, a huge success. Thank you to all the City Staff, dedicated volunteers, and community sponsors who put their hearts and souls into that day. Without you, all these wonderful community events could never occur. 

Finally, there are many ways to provide your feedback to enhance the Community. One of the most direct ways is to come to a City Council meeting; I promise that you will be greeted by serval Councilmembers and Staff eager to get to know more citizens of our great City that strives to maintain our small-town charm.


Mayors Corner: August 2022
It is an honor to serve as the Mayor for Nolanville and to live in a City that is home to so many of our active duty and retired military, similar to myself.  The Council and I strive to continuously improve the quality of life in Nolanville in order maintain our small-town atmosphere. 


We have made some great strides in pride and place identification.  Our pedestrian mobility improved and increased the safety in one of our more established areas.  Avenue H and Mesquite Street increased capacity through the addition of bike lanes and sidewalks.  Neighborhood identification was added, as well as bus shelter areas.  You’ll notice some traffic island along Mesquite that are meant to slow down drivers that are traveling to the City’s largest park.  The combination of these elements are considered “Complete Streets” and is how we intend to approach every project.  We will move construction to Northwest side of the City in September, adding sidewalks to connect to Main Street, directing walkers off of the Spur and onto a safer route.


The Staff is gearing up to host the Annual Fox Trot and Jamboree on September 24th.  Please save the date and spend time getting to know your neighbors. 
If you are looking to make a difference in the community, November 5th is our designated “Make a Difference Day.”  There will be planned activities to enhance pocket parks on St. John Street and Ryan Circle.  If you would like to take part or host an event in your area, let us know by calling 254 698 6335.  Lastly, if you would like to see someone in your community recognized, send me their information to

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