Welcome to City of Blue Ridge City of Blue Ridge...Home of the Last Texas Prairie!
The city is hiring an outdoor worker. If you are interested, please drop by city hall and pick up an application or you can download here and return it to city hall.
We are working on a Sewer Grant Project! If you see construction happening on North Church, Davis, Dunn and Richardson Streets, the City has a grant to improve the City Sewer Line. See the attached letter and map of the project and who will be affected. CLICK HERE for the letter to the residents.
We are a great little town just off the normal beaten path. Geographically, we are part of the DFW Metroplex but it really is hard to remember the city is so close when you live here. Small town life and Texas rural values are a big part of our culture. This is a place where getting to know your neighbors is still considered polite.
If you live in the big city and are looking for a more friendly place to live, a better place to raise children, then maybe you should give us a call or drive out here and hang out for an afternoon. There is always something going on; whether it is a city parade, a community improvement project, holiday festival or just having some fellowship with your neighbors at a backyard barbecue. Find out for yourself why you should consider making Blue Ridge, Texas, your home.
The Community Development Board (4B) is excited to announce the updated playground for Bratcher Park. The new equipment is ADA compliant. Don't worry! The basketball court is not being removed. The covered picnic area will remain, but it will be repainted to match our new equipment. Y'all enjoy and thank you for your support!!!!!!
The CITY OF BLUE RIDGE DOES NOT ALLOW BURNING WITHIN THE CITY. You can find helpful information regarding Do's and Don'ts of Outdoor Burning by CLICKING HERE. You can also see the Ordinance adopted by clicking here.
Food Bank is Running Low
The area Food Bank is running low please contact one of the local churches or drop items off at City Hall. Thank you for your support.
Whether it is a local farmer's market or main street shops, shopping local sustains our community and supports local merchants. A win-win for all!