In Texas, a television recycling program went into effect on May 1, 2012. This program will provide Texans additional opportunities to recycle used televisions. For more info visit TexasRecyclesTVs.org or click here: TV Recycling Rules in Effect
Hunting and Discharge of Firearms in the City of Harker Heights
It shall be unlawful for any person to knowingly discharge a firearm within the city limits, and it is hereby declared unlawful and is prohibited.
The City of Harker Heights Community Garden is now open and available for Harker Heights residents. The garden is located at Carl Levin Park and individuals or groups can apply for a plot at a minimum fee. For more information and application click here.
Economic Development Video
The City of Harker Heights is a dynamic, actively growing community located in the fifth fastest growing Metropolitan Statistical Area in the State of Texas. Click the following to watch the video on why your business should be located in the City of Harker Heights: Economic Development Video
The Texas Electric Choice Education Program
The Texas Electric Choice Education Program website is where you can learn about electric competition in Texas and obtain information to help you make informed decisions about your electricity service and Retail Electric Provider.
Focus Groups completes Exploring New Heights II report.
The Exploring New Heights II report is an update to the original report presented to the City Council in 2000. The focus groups provided citizen input into three important development areas of the City. These dvelopment areas are: Quality of Life, Business and Economic Development, and Infrastructure. Click here to download the report.