1. What’s happening in Marshall
  1. Area of revision to flood hazard information in Marshall, Texas

    Notice of Intent to Revise the Flood Hazard Information

    The City of Marshall, in accordance with National Flood Insurance Program regulation 65.7(b)(1), hereby gives notice of the City of Marshall’s intent to revise the flood hazard information, generally located between East End Blvd N. and E. Grand Ave. Read more ...
  2. Car burglar attempting to break in to a vehicle

    Marshall Police Department Holiday Safety Tips

    Nothing can ruin the holiday spirit faster than becoming the victim of a burglary, credit card theft, or criminal in a shopping center parking lot. Please follow these tips from the Marshall Police Department to keep your family safe this holiday season. Read more ...
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    City Council Virtual Meeting Instructions

    Due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), the City of Marshall will be presenting City Council meetings via video/telephone conference until further notice. Meetings are also available for viewing on Facebook and through the local cable channel. Read more ...
  4. Fabio E. Angell

    City Names New Director of Community & Economic Development

    City Manager Mark Rohr is pleased to announce Mr. Fabio E. Angell will join the City of Marshall as the new Director of Community and Economic Development beginning December 7, 2020. Read more ...
  5. Logo for Marshall Small Business Development Grant in front of Historic Marshall business

    Marshall Small Business Grants Available

    The Small Business Grant supports local businesses that faced financial hardships and made adaptations as a result of COVID-19. The grant will provide a one-time reimbursement of up to $2,500 for equipment, supplies, software, and safety equipment. Read more ...
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    Downtown Redevelopment

    The redevelopment of the downtown was one of the highest ranked projects in the approved Mobilize Marshall Plan and slotted in the 1-3-year completion time frame, as a result of that scoring. Read more ...
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    Wonderland of Lights Reinvented for 2020

    Due to COVID-19, Wonderland of Lights will return back to our roots in our 35th year. For 2020, we will return to the joys of Christmas with a Virtual Lighting Ceremony, Wassail Walk, a reverse lighted parade, Christmas Market, and Wonderland of Sites. Read more ...
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