State of the City Addresses

Texas cities are hard at work making their communities safe, vibrant, and thriving places to live, work, and enjoy. To make it easier for you to see what is on the horizon in cities all across this great state, we have compiled links to state of the city addresses and reports.

If your city isn't listed below, please email a link to your city's report to Rachael Pitts. If you have any questions, you can contact Rachael at 512-231-7472.

Aransas Pass (City Manager Gary Edwards, 2022)

Bastrop (Mayor Connie Schroeder, 2022)

Dallas (Mayor Eric Johnson, 2021)

Harlingen (Mayor Chris Boswell, 2022)

Lancaster (Mayor Clyde C. Hairston, 2021)

Live Oak (City Manager Scott Wayman, 2022)

Longview (Mayor Andy Mack, 2021)

Lubbock (Mayor Dan Pope, 2021)

Navasota (Mayor Bert Miller, 2022)

Pharr  (2022)

Richardson (Mayor Paul Voelker, 2022)

Universal City (2021 End of Year Report)