- Community & Economic Development
Enforces compliance with city ordinances regarding property maintenance, zoning, and any issues deemed as a hazard or nuisance to the overall health and safety of the community.
Community Development Block Grant
Provides annual grants to develop viable urban communities by providing decent housing and a suitable living environment and by expanding economic opportunities principally for low and moderate-income persons.
Oversees the permitting and inspection of food establishments and commercial kitchens within the city and county.
Recruits retail and quality of life establishments for the benefit of our residents and visitors, and to increase sales tax revenue for the city.
Works to assist in the revitalization of the downtown area through the use of historic preservation and economic development strategies known as the Four Points. Marshall was first designated an official Texas Main Street City in 1982.
Permits & Inspections
Reviews construction plans, issues appropriate permits, and performs inspections of structures within the city.
Planning & Development
Coordinates the land development process and ensures development meets the goals and objectives of the comprehensive plan and applicable ordinances.