Welcome to the City of Mansfield
Welcome to Mansfield, a dynamic, growing community with a rich history and a bright future. In its more than 100 years Mansfield has developed from a rural, farming community to a bustling suburban city of more than 50,000 people. Read More ...
ROAD CLOSURE: Holland Road will be closed starting Tuesday, Aug. 5, at the curve near the Grand Meadow Boulevard intersection, and will remained closed until Tuesday, Aug. 12. The closure is necessary for construction of the new Holland Road-Grand Meadow Boulevard intersection. Southbound Holland Road traffic is encouraged to use SH 360 to Heritage Parkway then National Parkway to Holland. Northbound traffic is encouraged to take National Parkway to Heritage to reach northbound SH 360.
The City of Mansfield Water Online Payment System is currently offline for system maintenance.
Payments can still be made by walk-in during regular business hours or via night drop on the west side parking lot at City Hall. Please check this website for updates.
CITY NEWS & EVENTS
Our Animal Care & Control shelter along with numerous other animal shelters are participating in the largest adoption event in history for the North Texas area. All the participating shelters will be open from 10-5pm on Saturday, August 16th, in an attempt to empty all area animal shelters of adoptable animals. This is a good opportunity for the citizens of Mansfield to visit the shelter on a Saturday.
All adoption fees will be waived for this event! View all the available adoptable pets
Posted on 07/30/14
Help us celebrate Park & Recreation Month themed 'Out is In' by participating in our community fitness challenge as we step out to complete a Marathon in a Month! It's super easy. Just stop by the MAC at 106 S. Wisteria between now and July 11 to sign up. Pick up your pedometer, log sheet and get started.
Make sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay posted on activities, fun facts and more throughout the month. Participants that turn in their log on July 31 will be entered into a drawing for a Fitbit.
Posted on 06/30/14
The rain has been a welcome sight in North Texas in the last few weeks. But there are few things to remember when we have rain and the Environmental Services Department offer these tips:
- Bring in empty containers so they don’t collect water and provide a breeding area for mosquitoes.
- Fertilize after the rain; it helps boost the effectiveness and gets the fertilizing process started.
- Pick up pet waste on your lawn before the rains. Left on your yard the bacteria in the waste can get into our lakes, creeks and ponds.
- Make sure your sprinklers don’t run when it’s raining.
- Set garbage and recycling in your yard and not in the street where they can wash away.
Enjoy the much-needed rain.Posted on 06/27/14
City Council Place 6
- Wendy Burgess* 890 - 81.28 percent
- Kendall Polk 62 - 5.66 percent
- Kelvin Story Sr. 143 - 13.06 percent
City Council Place 7
- Larry Broseh* 945 - 100 percent (unopposed)
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LOCATION & OPERATING HOURS
The City Hall's hours of operation are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday - Friday. Offices are located downstairs in the City Hall at:Go to the top of the page.