#iamCityofAbilene

The City of Abilene is excited to debut its City newsletter, #iamCityofAbilene, in January 2020. 

While the newsletter will serve primarily as an internal communication piece for City employees, the public is welcome to read through its digital version, which will be available here.

Meanwhile, follow the links below to read more city news, and subscribe to receive highlights and alerts straight to your inbox!

  1. City Closures & Operations for Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday

    The majority of City of Abilene offices and service centers will close Monday, January 20, 2020, in observance of the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday. Take a closer look at those closures and operations here. Read on...
  2. Medical Professionals Encouraged to Join the Greater Abilene Medical Reserve Corps

    Volunteering to be a part of the GAMRC may make all the difference in helping Abilene and the Big Country respond to a medical or public health emergency. Read on...
  3. Utility bill due date extended for customers who received incorrect January bill

    Abilene water utility customers in Districts 3 and 5 who received an incorrect January utility bill have an additional week to pay their bill, moving the due date from January 10th to January 17th, 2020. Read on...
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