Welcome to Our Texas Paradise
Learn about the thriving City of Hawkins
When you're driving east on Highway 80 just past Mineola, you'll see blue skies, puffy clouds and the prettiest stretch of road south of Route 66. There's no part of the country that's quite as special as the City of Hawkins.
So, why not stop in for a while and explore our little corner of the world? Whether you're taking a weekend getaway or scouting retirement locations, you'll find everything you need in our country paradise. To learn more about the community and history of Hawkins, TX, contact us today to speak with a representative.
Get to know your representatives
If you want to learn about our skilled and knowledgeable city officials, you've come to the right place. The current leadership team for Hawkins includes:
Susan Hubbard - Mayor
Charles Richoz - Alderman, Place 1
Clara Kay - Mayor Pro Tem and Alderman, Place 2
Eric Maloy - Alderman, Place 3
Aleta Taylor - Alderman, Place 4
Greg Branson - Alderman, Place 5
Our bureau code is 3486710 City of Hawkins. Need to make a payment? Please keep in mind that we accept payments via Certified Payments. You can also make payments by calling 866-549-1010. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact our municipal officials. Call 903-769-2224 now to get started.
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Visit the Pancake Capital of Texas
Enjoy a delicious breakfast at any of our local restaurants
Discover all that our community has to offer
The City of Hawkins is home to a variety of attractions. Whether you live in town or are just passing through, you can visit:
Jarvis Christian College
The Little Sandy National Wildlife Refuge
Coming in from out of town? You can fly into our regional airport or access Hawkins by car. We're located 100 miles east of Dallas and 75 miles west of Shreveport, LA. Check out the tabs on our website to discover all that our community has to offer.
Required Water Service Line Inventory
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