The City of Hubbard City Council passed the budget for the 2013-2014 fiscal year.
The Budget will raise more total property taxes than last year's budget by $1,813.79 which is 0.500909%, and of that amount $1,214.95 is tax revenue to be raised from new property added to the tax roll this year.
This is the effective tax rate from last year.
For Budget click on link
Budget 2013 2014
City of Hubbard
Hubbard's Old Mineral Bath House in the early 1900's
The City of Hubbard is a rual community centrally located on Hwy 31 and Hwy 171 within 45 minutes of Waco, Hillsboro, Mexia, and Corsicana.
Hubbard citizens and the surround smaller communities support the only public pool in Hill County.
Hubbard has 5 municipal lakes.
Hubbard hosts many beautiful Victorian era homes.
The City of Hubbard started as a ranching community and was adjacent to the "Cow Head Trail" and Hubbard is now working on helping with the process of designating the Chisholm and Western Trails. City of Hubbard is on the Texas Lakes Trail. www.texaslakestrail.com
In the early 1900's Hubbard became predominately a farming community.
Also in the 1900's Hubbard hosted mineral baths that was used for remedial remedies.
Victorian Cross Roads of Central Texas
Hubbard City Hall
118 N Magnolia
Hubbard Volunteer Fire Department
116 N Magnolia
Hubbard Historic High School Library/ Museum
Hours of Operation:
118 N Magnolia
911 for emergency
On duty officer non emergency contact
dispatch at 254-582-5313
Historic Hubbard High School features the Hubbard History Museum, Tris Speaker Sports Museum, Berta Leon Hackney Antique Doll Exhibit, and Wilkes Memorial Library.
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2013 Annual Drinking Water Report CCR: