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
TO ALL PARENTS OF HACKBERRY ELEMENTARY
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.