Veterans Memorial Park intends to pay tribute to everyone who has worn a uniform with pride and dignity. The park was dedicated on Memorial Day, May 27, 2013 before an estimated 1,100 attendees. The park is open from 8 am to dusk.
Welcome to the new City of Smithville web site. The web site will have many new interactive features allowing residents to conduct business with City Hall and other City entities online. Soon residents will be able to locate City Services online, pay utility bills online and keep up with City Counci...
Online payment of City of Smithville Utility bills is now available. You can now have the convenience of paying your bill online by credit card, saving you time, gas and stamps!
April 1, 2010 the City of Smithville Utility Department will start accepting ACH payments (automatic bank draft transactions). Note that there is no fee for this service. The Utility Department will debit monthly variable amounts. Credit card draft authorization cutaotmers can easily switch to the ...
You are invited to comment on the FEMA Hazard Mitigation Grant Program until 5/12/14. See: http://www.regulations.gov/#!home
Results from lab on February 20, 2014.
The Fiscal Year 2013-14 budget for the City of Smithville, in effect from Oct. 1, 2013 to Sept. 30, 2014, provides details on property tax rates, long-term debt obligations, the General Fund, Utility Fund and expenses for the city's 16 departments.
Information on City Services
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« Can I Pay My Utility Bill Online?
« Start Up Utility Service?
« Get Information on Codes and Ordinances?
« Request a Code Variance?
« Report a Code Violation?
« Find Jobs Available at the City of Smithville?
« Contact City Hall?
Doing Business in Smithville and
with the City of Smithville
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« Do business with the City of Smithville (vendors)?
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Smithville Attractions and Events
Smithville, founded in 1829, is a small rural town with a population of just under 5000 people. Named after William Smith, an early settler in the town, Smithville was originally a town of seventeen families, although that number leapt once a railroad was built through the town. The town's historic commercial and residential areas remain largely unchanged since their construction, and the friendly atmosphere makes Smithville a pleasant place to sightsee and even consider as a hometown.
As of December 2, 2006, Smithville holds the record for baking the world's largest gingerbread man, which made it into the Guinness World Records. During the 16th Annual Festival of Lights, a 20-foot-tall gingerbread man, weighing 1,308 lbs. and 8 oz., was put together with help from the entire community. This accomplishment can be seen in the 2009 edition (p.124) of Guinness World Records, and the giant cookie sheet stands in the Train Park as a monument to the community's closeknit atmosphere.
Link to the Chamber of Commerce
Link to the Smithville Community Network
Smithville was the first city in Texas to recieve the "Film Friendly City" designation from the Texas Film Commission. Recently, a number of films have had part or all of their scenes shot in Smithville, including Hope Floats, Tree of Life, Artois the Goat, Five Time Champion, Martha, and Shady Texas.
»Link to Information on filming Ordinances
CAMPO Public Meeting, Tuesday April 1, 5:30-8:00: Please see information about the upcoming CAMPO Public Meeting/Open House. We need to have a good Smithville showing—please help spread the word.Of particular interest to us is the engineering study in Smithville on SH 95 stretching from Loop 230 out to the High School. This involves the study that you may have read about in the paper recently (http://www.statesman.com/news/news/local/leftovers-good-for-smithville/nfCBh/).
Look out Google Fiber! Thanks to LiveAir Networks, Smithville is getting the infrastructure we need to join the ranks of cities like Austin, Seattle, Chicago, Kansas City, Chattanooga, Portland and the San Francisco Bay area. What this means is that you will have faster internet service with no delays to downloading and no buffering of videos. No limits means you can use technology to its fullest potential. For more information, contact LiveAir Network: www.liveair.net and read about it at http://www.liveair.net/about/blog/press-releases/gigabit-internet-coming-to-smithville-la-grange-in-december/?residential