News & Events

  • Mission to Halt Water Disconnections

    Mission, TX- In an effort to protect the community, the City of Mission is discontinuing water shutoffs. “During emergencies and trying times, this is a standard procedure we adopt to put the safety and well-being of our citizens first,” City Manager Randy Perez said. “All disconnections will stop. Water is a critical resource and no Mission resident w...

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  • Mission postpones events due to an abundance of caution

    Mission, TX- Several events being held in the City of Mission have been either postponed or canceled for precautionary purposes as a result of the COVID-19 situation. We take the safety of visitors and employees extremely serious and will continue to evaluate the situation to make additional adjustments as necessary. The following events have either been p...

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  • Water Billing Lobby Closure

    In an abundance of caution and based on recommendations from public health officials to practice social distancing, our Utility Billing Customer Service lobby will be closed to the public starting Wednesday, March 18 at 8 a.m. until further notice. This decision follows a great deal of deliberation, and was made to protect employees and customers by reduci...

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  • City of Mission statement on Coronavirus

    Mission, TX (3:30pm) – Today, Governor Greg Abbott declared a State Disaster for all Texas counties to coordinate a response and launch preventative measures to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. The declaration triggers a coordination of state resources and support for local governmental agencies to protect the health of Texans. The City of Mission is ...

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  • Mission City Manager named to ‘Walk of Fame’

      “It comes as no surprise that Randy would be chosen for this recognition. He is incredibly deserving and exemplifies what it means to be a great leader,” Mission Mayor Dr. Armando O’Caña said. “The council and I are thankful that he continues to deliver guidance for our city.”   The event is held annually in conjunction with the city of H...

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  • Mission to hold test fire for 4th of July 

    Business leaders are conducting a short fireworks test launch on Saturday evening for a proposed 4th of July celebration in Mission. Residents should not be alarmed if they hear four loud booms at approximately 8:30 p.m. on Feb. 29. The fireworks testing will be held at Shary Golf Course to measure visibility and to shore up safety procedures. There will b...

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  • Mission FD has new app to test hydrants

    Mission, TX- The Mission Fire Department began its yearly hydrant testing around the city and now they have new technology in their arsenal to ensure the safety of residents. Firefighters have begun using Collector for ArcGIS, a new app courtesy of B2Z Engineering that allows them to input test information and update the location of each hydrant. The user ...

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  • Pet oxygen masks donated to Mission FD

    Mission, TX- Mission firefighters are prepared to save four-legged family members thanks to a generous donation.  The Fetch Foundation, an Arizona-based nonprofit dedicated to saving animals, provided five “FIDO BAGs” to the Mission Firefighters Association Local 3609. The small red duffel bags, valued at $125, contain two oxygen masks – one small, one...

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  • CDBG NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE OF FUNDING AVAILABILITY

    NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING   The City of Mission will conduct several public hearings to solicit comments from interested residents and agencies for the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program. The City is expecting to receive notification of the proposed fiscal year 2020 CDBG allocation, which is anticipated to be $915,349. Comments receiv...

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