Residents that received damage from water entering their residence can report the damage to:
Office of Emergency Management
Phone (936) 334-3219
Residents living inside the City of Cleveland should report their damage to emergency management officials in Cleveland:
Cleveland City Hall
Anyone that needs immediate temporary sheltering can also call Liberty County Office of Emergency Management and they will provide you with the address to an available Red Cross Shelter.
City of Hardin's General & Local Option Election
Positions open are Council Seats #2, #3, #4.
The Local Option Election is for "The legal sale of beer and wine for off-premise consumption only"
Early Voting begins on April 25, 2016
ELECTION DAY is May 7, 2016
If you enjoy the southern charm of a small town, friendly neighbors and great hospitality then Hardin is the place you are looking for! The City of Hardin is a small community with a population of 819 and growing every day. Our goal for the city of Hardin is to be "A 21st Century Community" without losing our southern charm.
Hardin is centrally located between Houston and Beaumont with easy access to either location. Hardin is a great place to raise a family with an outstanding education system that is rated one of the best schools in our area. Combined with small town values and an excellent school system we offer our students the best! Please visit the Hardin Independent School District web page for more information on HISD.
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"A 21st Century Community"
City of Hardin * PO Box 324 | 142 County Road 2010 * Hardin, Texas 77561 936.298.2117 * 936.298.3732
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