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If you want to drive your golf cart in Johnson City, please use this link to get a permit application.

Steps for obtaining a permit to use a golf cart on Johnson City neighborhood streets.

Coming next weekend!!! It is back! Johnson City Market Days.

Market Days is every 4th weekend - Sat 9-5 & Sun 9-4. ​ Held downtown in the City Park on US-290 W, between Nugent and Ave G, Food, artisans, vendors, ​ in the heart of the Texas Wine Country. ...

City offices will be closed Monday, February 19th in honor of President's Day. Offices will open as usual on Tuesday the 20th.

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Are you ready for some Pickleball? Do you know what it is? Coming soon to Johnson City will be a pickleball court (lines drawn on the tennis court). Follow this link to learn more:

A paddle sport created for all ages and skill levels. The rules are simple and the game is easy for beginners to learn, but can develop into a quick, fast-paced, competitive game for experienced players. The Basics A fun sport that combines many elements of tennis, badminton and ping-pong. Played....

Beginning 2/12/2018 the City of Johnson City will no longer provide bulk water sales. Contractors needing bulk water for construction will be addressed on a case by case basis.

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NOTICE: Due to the predicted winter weather, City Hall will open at 10 am tomorrow. If you should have a water or sewer emergency please contact 830-868-3180 for immediate assistance.

NOTICE: Due to the predicted winter weather, City Hall will open at 10 am tomorrow. If you should have a water or sewer emergency please contact 830-868-3180 for immediate assistance.

A message from Waste Connections:
As you know the weather forecast for tomorrow is expected to bring icy roads and dangerous driving conditions in our area. As of this email the Johnson City District is planning on shutting down routes and operation for the day on Tuesday, Jan 16th. We will continue to monitor the weather this evening through Wednesday and update you on any changes or delays as we move forward. For all of our customer base this means our routes will move over a day, depending on how long it is necessary to shut down. While we realize this is a major inconvenience, the safety of our employees, customers, and the general public is paramount. Safety is our #1 Core Value, and we take it very seriously.

Update from PEC:

A quick message from Pedernales Electric Cooperative below:

PEC line crews and staff members are preparing for severe winter weather that is forecast for Central Texas beginning this evening through Wednesday. The cooperative is actively monitoring potential precipitation levels and dropping temperatures, focusing on the impact it may have on PEC members across its service territory.


Meteorologists predict accumulating ice, snow and sleet will hit the Hill Country Monday evening, potentially lingering through midday Wednesday. PEC line crews and contractor crews are on alert to be ready to respond to outages, and support staff will monitor PEC’s electric system 24/7.

PEC members are encouraged to join the cooperative in preparing for potential severe weather and power outages. Here are two important resources to remember:

Report power outages by calling 888-883-3379. Members should consider saving this number in their mobile phone contacts. Members may also report outages online at or with their smart phone using the SmartHub app.Monitor power outages and find estimated restoration times at or by using the SmartHub app.

Travel is discouraged during inclement weather, as many roadway surfaces will become slick and dangerous, potentially causing vehicle accidents. Care for pets and outside plants by bringing them inside, as wind chill values in the single digits are possible across the Hill Country. Expect trees and utility lines to become ice and snow covered — if you see a downed power line, call 911 immediately and do not approach or touch the line.

Due to the potential of inclement weather, PEC’s regularly scheduled Board of Director’s meeting on Tuesday, Jan. 16 has been canceled. The meeting has been rescheduled for Jan. 19 (time to be determined).

Check PEC’s Facebook page, Twitter feed and website for updates.

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Agenda for the City Council meeting tomorrow, January 9th.

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The City of Johnson City wishes all a very Happy New Year!

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