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Stage III Water Restrictions

Stage III Water Restrictions in Place 
Under Stage III, you are able to water  your lawn ONE DAY A WEEK  based on the last digit of your address (applies to residential and commercial customers).  If the last digit of your street address is: 
0 or 1   Irrigate on Monday 
2 or 3   Irrigate on Tuesday 
4 or 5   Irrigate on Wednesday   
6 or 7   Irrigate on Thursday 
8 or 9   Irrigate on Friday.

Open Position for City Council Member

The City of Marion is looking to fill (1) open space for a City Council Member to serve our city.  Applications are available under Forms & Documents on our website.  Scroll down to the 2022 application at the bottom of the page.  You may also pick up an application at City Hall.  Deadline to apply is July 7th.

Public Works Department

President George W. Bush issued Homeland Security Presidential Directive 5 (HSPD-5), Management of Domestic Incidents, in 2003, in which a public works response to emergencies and disasters is recognized as an absolute necessity, and the federal government is directed to include public works in all planning and response efforts.  The Public Works First Responder symbol is expected to increase recognition of public works as first responders throughout North America.   The Public Works First Responder symbol uses familiar colors - orange, black and white - and a design reminiscent of road construction, signs, safety cones and orange construction barrels.  
City of Marion, TX

City Hall - Office Hours

POLICE EMERGENCY:  DIAL 9-1-1 
Police Non-Emergency: Call the Guadalupe County Sheriff's Office at: (830) 379-1224

Marion City Hall  
303 S. Center Street 
Marion, Texas 78124 
(830) 914-2391 

Office Hours: 
Monday - Friday 
8:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M.  
Closed for Lunch:   
12:30 P.M. - 1:30 P.M.