Welcome To The City of Hackberry
In 1983 Hackberry was incorporated. During that time we had poor roads, poor water supply and failing septic systems through out the city. In 1987 the first official Hackberry City Hall was constructed by city leaders and citizens. The materials and labor were donated by Danny and Jean Buckalew, Brenda Lewallen, Arlene Ranegar, Jerry Davis, Bill Quakenbush, Ike Turner, Andy and Nancy Shores, Donna Draper, Greg and Gracie Mattocks, Gene Brown, Teri Brouillette, Pat Daniels, and many others that City records do not reflect.
Our second City Hall was purchased in 1994. The City of Hackberry moved into their new City Hall May 2012. As of current, we have seen a new water system, new sewer systems, road improvements and much more. We now supply water and sewer to over 1000 customers. The City plans to have all the roads resurfaced in the near future.
As the City grows, there will be more improvements to our community with new homes, roads, and upgrades to the water system and wastewater plant.
So come join the City of Hackberry as we continue to flourish and grow.
est. population inside City limits as of 2013: 998
SUMMER LUNCH PROGRAM IS CANCELLED
AT CITY HALL
Unfortunately due to changes in the process, of the Summer Lunch Program, the City regrettably, will no longer be able to hold this program at our City Hall.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may pose to our citizens and our community.
We recommend contacting Little Elm ISD to locate the nearest facility that will be providing for this program.
We want to thank you for your continued support of this program over the years.
Latest news for The City of Hackberry
The City of Hackberry has contracted with the Little Elm Police Department to patrol our streets and control our crime in our City. All citations issued by Little Elm Police Department will be handled at the Little Elm Court House.
(Please read ordinances 243-17 and 244-17 under Ordinances)
Any citations issued by America Code Enforcement and
All American Dogs will be handled at Hackberry City Hall.
(Please read all other ordinances under Ordinances)
Hopefully this will help to prevent any confusion.
if you have any questions feel free to contact City Hall during normal business hours.
TO ALL HOMEOWNERS, BUSINESSES AND RESIDENTS
IN AND AROUND THE CITY OF HACKBERRY
DUE TO THE MILD WINTER WE ARE EXPECTING AN INCREASE IN BUGS AND MOSQUITOS IN OUR AREA OF NORTH TEXAS. PLEASE TAKE ALL NECESSARY PRECAUTIONS TO PROTECT YOURSELVES, FAMILY, AND OUR COMMUNITY.
Chief Epidemiologist Juan Rodriguez reminds residents to reduce their risks of acquiring WNV.
Measures for Individuals to Prevent Mosquito Breeding;
Measures for Individuals to Protect Themselves from Mosquito Bites:
By following these guidelines may we have a safe and enjoyable Spring, Summer and Fall.
Thank you for your cooperation
City of Hackberry
The Honorable Aniela "Angie" Jean Warner
Born: November 12, 1941
Died: March 09, 2016
In Loving Memory
The Honorable Aniela “Angie” Jean Warner
A longtime resident of the Lewisville/Flower Mound area, passed away Wednesday the 9th of March at Lewisville Memorial Hospital. She was our Municipal Court Judge for many years for the City of Hackberry. She was an inspiration to all and a good friend of the city. We definitely will miss her.
IN MEMORY OF:
February 13, 1951 - October 4, 2016
Harold Finis Turner, III “Ike”, age 65, loving husband, father, grandfather, and friend, passed away on October 4, 2016. He was born on February 13, 1951 in Springfield, Illinois. He was a member of the City of Hackberry and helped in the construction of our very first City Hall. He served our country in the United States Army during Vietnam. He worked as an operating engineer. Ike loved the outdoors, playing pool, horseshoes and washers. He also enjoyed rock music and spending time with his wife, children, grandchildren, family and friends.
Billy Glen Rogers November 12,1953 - March 2 2015
For over 25 years, he played an important part in the growth of the City of Hackberry. Though not a resident, he provided his knowledge and skill to help the City, He also provided service to many of its Residents. He will be truly missed.
(note: any questions about any information on this website contact The City of Hackberry at 972-292-3223) This information is the most current as of 5/2017
Residents Need To Know
Hackberry, Hidden Cove
and Rivendale Residents.
Schools are Little Elm ISD.
You do not live in Frisco!
You have a Frisco Mailing address only. (see City, Hidden Cove, The Shores, Rivendale general information page.)
Dog Owner's In City of Hackberry
All dogs must be registered, regardless if indoor or outdoor dogs. Call and register with All American Dogs at 972-382-3647.
After the Tornadoes that went thru Lewisville and The Colony last week(march 8,2016) this picture landed in a yard in the City of Hackberry. If you know this person or the family member we have the picture at City Hall.