- Agenda EDC Meeting Scheduled April 22, 2021
- Agenda Planning and Zoning Meeting April 21, 2021
- SARA Goliad HHW flyer-May2021
- 2020 Consumer Confidence Report for Public Water System City of Goliad
- CDBG Community Development Block Grant - Survey Team
- TAKE NOTICE PLANNING AND ZONING PUBLIC HEARING REZONE REQUEST
- Dump your Junk Event at City Warehouse April 17, 2021
- TAKE NOTICE GOVERNOR ABBOTT DECLARED GOLIAD A DISASTER AREA
- DECLARATION OF LOCAL DISASTER FOR PUBLIC SAFETY EMERGENGY
- 2020 ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT CITY OF GOLIAD
- INTERNET POSTING REQUIREMENTS FOR POLITICAL SUBDIVISIONS 2022
- Requisitos de Publicacion en Internet Para Subdivisiones Politicas 2022
- Notice of General Election 2021
- Public Notice City of Goliad Texas Community Development Block Grant-Mitigation CDBG-MIT
- 2021 City of Goliad Sample Ballot
ROAD CLOSURE - STREET REPAIRSContinuing week of April 12th, repairs and construction on East Franklin and South Duval for street repairs and maintenance until ALL repairs have been completed. Please use alternate routes if possible and use precaution when in these areas. Construction possible all week.
The City of Goliad offers brush pick up monthly to Goliad city residents. You must have water and trash services to have your brush pick up. Call City Hall by 3rd week of the month to be put on the pick up schedule. Residents are asked to have their trimmed brush needing to be picked up starting on third Wednesday of the month. As a reminder City employees WILL NOT enter private property to remove any brush piles or trimmed brush. Brush must be placed neatly and free of nails, screws, metals and must be easily accessible to City Employees for removal. Over sized limbs and large trees will not be picked up. All brush needs to be trimmed for loading purposes.
Registration is required for Monthly Brush Pick up. Call Goliad City Hall at 361-645-3454 to sign up and register for brush pick up.
TDEM CREATES INDIVIDUAL DAMAGE COLLECTION SURVEY
Severe Winter Storm Disaster
City of Goliad
Participation requested from public
Yesterday, the Governor announced a statewide effort to collect damage assessment data for this unprecedented event. This information is being collected to help officials across the state gain an understanding of damages for individuals throughout Texas. EMCs will have direct access to all reporting via WebEoc on the Recovery Common Operating Picture Board.
The objective in this effort is to demonstrate the scale of this disaster at the local level. As such, this will be a local effort with support from the state. With this detailed information, we will be able to demonstrate the total impact statewide.
The success of this effort will assist the local jurisdiction with the eligibility to potential federal programs.
The self-reporting survey is also accessible via https://tdem.texas.gov/warm/.
If there are any questions, feel free to reach out to your TDEM District Coordinator or Disaster Recovery Task Force Regional Coordinator.