The City of Justin has called for a proposed $88 million bond election on November 7, 2023, to construct new municipal facilities. To learn more about the election, please visit https://cityofjustin.com/bondelection.
Join us for an Arbor Day celebration on Friday, November 3 at 9 a.m. at Justin Elementary School. A forester will be hosting the presentation and answering questions. Visitors must check in at the front office for a visitor's pass into the school.
Happy Veteran's Day
Veteran's Day is November 11. We would like to thank our Veteran's for their service!
City Hall will be closed on Friday, November 10 to observe the holiday.
We hope you have a great Thanksgiving spending time with friends and family. City offices will be closed on November 23-24 for the holiday.
Trash Collection: November 23- Delayed 1 day November 24- Delayed 1 day
Did you know most home cooking fires happen during Thanksgiving? Be sure to stay safe this holiday by keeping an eye on your kitchen. Never leave the stove top unattended and be sure to keep children out of the kitchen. If you're frying a turkey this year, be sure that the turkey is thawed out fully. Keep the turkey fryer far away from the home and know where the nearest fire extinguisher is located.
Going out of town for the holiday? Make sure someone you trust has eyes on your house. Keep a light on or some noise running so your home appears to be occupied. Remember to never drink and drive, designate a driver so that everyone gets home safely.
Save the Date!
Old Town Christmas is Justin's Annual Christmas Event! Join in on all the holiday festivities like Pictures with Santa, Live Entertainment, Holiday Contests, a Live Reinsteer, and so much more! We will close out the night with our annual Christmas Tree lighting and kick off the Light Up Parade at 6:30 p.m. For more information, visit https://cityofjustin.com/288/Justin-Old-Town-Christmas