City of Lufkin, 300 E. Shepherd
Lufkin, Texas 75902 936-634-8881

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Lufkin City Council Monthly Meetings

Lufkin City Council meetings are held on the first and third Tuesday of each month.

Check the city's calendar for exact dates

Sale of City Owned Properties to the Public

The City of Lufkin will receive separate sealed BID PROPOSALS for the purchase of a City of Lufkin owned property as described below:

The office building and associated property located at 125 N. First Street and described as Lots 7 and 8, Blk 3 of the City of Lufkin Subdivision. Property is approximately 0.16 acres. (Angelina County Appraisal District, Part of R# 42574).
Minimum Bid is $300,000 (Appraisal Value)

125 N. First St. Location Map

The total cost will include appraisal value, the appraisal firm cost, legal advertisement, and filing fee. Earnest money in the amount of $3,000 shall be submitted with bid, by certified check.Full payment is due within 45 days of Council approval.

It is the bidder’s responsibility to complete due diligence concerning title, floodplain, land-use, utilities, etc. The property is sold as is. Refer to the City of Lufkin Website ( for additional information.

Bids will be received at Lufkin City Hall, Room 250, PO Drawer 190, 300 E. Shepherd, Lufkin, TX 75902 until 9:30 a.m. Tuesday December 10, 2019 and then publicly opened and read aloud.

All requirements meet Chapter 272.001 of the Texas Local Government Code.

All property sales are required to have final approval of City Council.

For more information, contact Scott Rayburn with the City of Lufkin Engineering Services Department at (936) 633-0215.

There's still time to participate in the city-wide Christmas Light Contest! Nominate your home or a friend's by December 15th!

There is a new free tool to help you save money on your water bill.

AquaHawk is a billing Alert System, a service for the City of Lufkin customers that will enable you to efficiently manage your water usage and lower your monthly bills. Customers who are interested in the service must register to create a new account to receive notifications.

After you register, AquaHawk will analyze your water usage with the customer portal and can notify you of the following after you set your alert thresholds.

AquaHawk allows you to specify an amount of water (gallons) or an estimated bill amount (dollars) that you don’t want to exceed. If your water consumption or bill amount has exceeded or is projected to exceed the threshold value, AquaHawk will send you a notification.

You will need your service address and account number, which can be found on your monthly water bill, to create your account. View your water consumption, set a monthly water budget, receive timely leak alerts, and control your expenses with AquaHawk.

Lufkin's 2018 Comprehensive Plan

The City of Lufkin Comprehensive Plan 2018 is set to inspire and guide growth in the City for the next 20 years. City Council will meet on June 5th at 5:00 pm in the Council Chambers of the Lufkin City Hall to hold a Public Hearing on the Comprehensive Plan. All members of the public are welcome to view and download the Comprehensive Plan here and attend the Public Hearing on June 5th to provide written or verbal comments to City Council regarding the same.

Click here for the Lufkin 2018 Comprehensive Plan.

City Manager Keith Wright Talks About City's Comprehensive Plan

Watch an interview from February's City Hall Update news show with City Manager Keith Wright addressing the new Comprehensive Plan.

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