City Manager’s Office (CMO)
Transparency in Government
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CityView - Municipal Television (Channel 5)
Emergency Communications Channel 28
Newsletters and Printed Publications
Housing and Community Development
Maude Cobb Convention and Activity Complex
J.R. Curtis Jr. Memorial Garden for the Blind
Parks and Recreation
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Park, Field and Facility Locations
Partners in Prevention
Unity and Diversity
Underage Drinking Prevention
Bridges Out of Poverty Initiative
Youth Action Committee (YAC)
Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO)
Planning and Zoning
Sanitation – Trash Collection
Water Distribution – Treated Drinking Water
Wastewater Treatment – Sewer
Traffic Signals and Signs
The next Longview Green and Clean event will be held 8am - noon on Saturday, April 11 at Lear Park. Find out what items can be recycled and how to get your clean up supplies.
Recycle your electronics, batteries, ink cartridges, glass, tires and much more! Join us for Longview Green and Clean 8 a.m. - Noon, Saturday, April 11 at Lear Park, 100 H.G. Mosley Pkwy.
The City understands that to be held accountable by our citizens, we must make our city government transparent. Check here to find a list of ways the City of Longview is committed to accountability and government transparency.
This feature allows residents to report and track service requests using a smartphone or computer. Snap a photo and submit directly to the City of Longview.
City of Longview
Longview City Hall
300 W. Cotton St.
Longview, TX 75601
903-237-1000 Main Switchboard
THE CITY OF LONGVIEW ADOPTED A TAX RATE THAT WILL RAISE MORE TAXES FOR MAINTENANCE AND OPERATIONS THAN LAST YEAR’S TAX RATE.