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Juneteenth COVID-19 3K Walk

Posted on November 16, 2022

Donate Your Time- Help the Community

Posted on November 15, 2022

November 10, 2022 Boil Water Rescind Notice for the Downtown Area

Posted on November 10, 2022

Figure: 30 TAC §290.47(c)(3) Boil Water Notice Rescinded November 10, 2022 On November 07, 2022, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality required the City of Marlin public water system, PWS 0730002, to issue a Boil Water Notice to inform customers, individuals, or employees that due to conditions which occurred recently in the public water system,...

November 7, 2022 Boil Water Notice for the Downtown Area

Posted on November 7, 2022

Boil Water Notice for Community Public Water Systems November 7, 2022 : Note to the city this boil water is centered only at the downtown area live oak, and fortune street. Due to low disinfection residuals on Live Oak and Fortune St., the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the City of Marlin, PWS...

Water Conservation Update : Stage 3 Implementation

Posted on November 5, 2022

Greetings Marlinites, Following a concerted effort on the part of all Marlinites to conserve water during the critical summer months, the City of Marlin is pleased to announce that we can now reduce our water conservation stage down from Stage 4 to Stage 3. Water collected from the Brazos River, consumer compliance with restrictions, and...

HOTCOG Transport to service Falls County

Posted on October 19, 2022

Emergency Notice: Downtown Marlin is back open

Posted on October 16, 2022

Live Oak is back open 10/17/2022 @ 4:40pm

City of Marlin Updates

Posted on October 11, 2022

CITY UPDATES: 10/11/2022 ***Please note that on yesterday 10/10/22 city water personnel noticed a drop in pressure coming off the line that feeds water flow from the river to the lake. After surveying the line from the river to the lake, city personnel located a leak in the flow system approx. 300 yards from the...

Important Notice: Water Department Closing

Posted on October 9, 2022

Important Notice: Water Department Closing The Water Department will be closed tomorrow, October 10, 2022 for an auditing of the AVR program. Please do not pay any water bills at this time until the corrections have been made. We will reopen on Tuesday, October 11, 2022. Thank you for your patience as we correct this...

Important Notice: Utility Billing

Posted on October 9, 2022

Important Notice: Please disregard the current water bills for the month of October. There was a software error with the AVR program and new bills will be generated and mailed out with correct billing information soon. Late fees will be waived for this month. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope to get this straightened...

County/City Clean up Day- October 8, 2022

Posted on October 7, 2022

River Pump Update 10/4/2022

Posted on October 4, 2022

River Pump Update: The City still has ample amount of water supply for our community. However, we wanted the citizens know that the city has temporarily leased a brand new River Pump and placed it into service this evening, to continue helping maintain an ample amount of usable water in our lower lake. This pump...

Emergency request from Mayor Lofton 8/2/2022

Posted on August 2, 2022

An urgent request from the Mayor: We are asking all citizens to please limit water usage. Due to the ongoing fire fighting efforts, a strain is being put on the city lake . All citizens are encouraged to only use water for bathing, drinking and food preparation. This means that we are asking all to...

Public Hearing August 9, 2022 @ 5:30 pm

Posted on July 28, 2022

CATEGORICAL EXCLUSION 7/2022

Posted on July 28, 2022

Mayor-Marlin Water Update 07/2022

Posted on July 19, 2022

   CITY OF MARLIN 101 FORTUNE STREET MARLIN, TEXAS 6661 TEL: 254-883-1450 FAX: 254-883-1456   IMMEDIATE PRESS RELEASE WATER UPDATE 07/18/2022   On 07/18/2022, Public Works crews for the city of Marlin finalized the repairs to the Brazos River pump. They began pumping water at a flow of 1700 gallons per minute which would put...
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