- Dig Our History Days at De Leon Plaza, June 14-17.
- Ready for the Splash Pad at Lone Tree Creek Park?
- Victoria water supply is prepared for the ongoing drought.
- Victoria CVB seeks volunteers for Victoria Welcome Center on US59S
- Police Chief Craig Discusses a Change in Responding to Minor Traffic Accidents
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History buffs take note! Ready to take part in a FREE archeological dig at De Leon Plaza? How about a guided tour of the 1892 Courthouse? Or a historic homes tour in historic downtown Victoria? Or a cemetery tour from Victoria Preservation … Continue reading
Jennifer Sourdellia discusses the new Splash Pad at Lone Tree Creek Park.
Jerry James, Director of Intergovernmental Relations, talks about Victoria’s water resources and explains why Victoria is well prepared for the ongoing drought.
Danielle Williams from the Victoria CVB discusses the new Victoria Welcome Center on US59 South and is seeking volunteers to help market travel to Victoria
Police Chief Craig discusses a change in the way Police respond to minor traffic accidents.
Get your tree limbs picked up faster now by following a few simple steps. Environmental Services Director Darryl Lesak tells us how.
Library Director Danya Williams-Capone discusses some of the new projects budgeted for the Library this year, including exterior lighting, e-book purchases and improvements to the kids area of the library.
Out-going Parks Director Doug Cochran discusses some of the Parks Department budget highlights, including the new Amphitheatre at Ethel Lee Tracy Park, paving of some nature trails in Riverside Park, increasing access to Fox’s Bend in Riverside Park and a … Continue reading
Fire Chief Taner Drake highlights some of the new items in this year’s Fire Department budget.
Katherine Henley from the Victoria Public Library discusses upcoming “Tech Talks” for anyone interesting in new technology.
Get an e-Reader for Christmas? Attend the library’s Downloadable Boot Camp on Saturday, January 26 at 10:30 a.m. to find out how you can check out FREE e-Books from the library. If you don’t have an e-Reader, attend the boot … Continue reading
Victoria’s first railroad “quiet zone” will debut in 2013. This podcast talks about the City’s first quiet zone and explains why it is not possible to create quiet zones in all of Victoria.
Illegal signs abound during the holiday season. Is your garage sale sign or advertising sign legal?
Two of the most popular Christmas events in Victoria are free and scheduled for Friday, November 30 and Saturday, December 1. Listen to the podcast for all the details
Joel Novosad talks us through all the sights and sounds of Bootfest 2012
LaRue Roth talks about the “Partners in History” tourism concept to market Victoria’s colorful history. (Part 1)
Joel Novosad from the Victoria Convention and Visitors Bureau discusses the featured country music acts for Bootfest 2012 on October 5-6. Remember Bootfest 2o12 is a free event
The City of Victoria has begun to switch from our manual water meters to an automatic meter-reading system that electronically records water usage and sends that information to the City.
Dale Fowler, President of VEDC, discusses tax abatements and how they help to bring new industries like Caterpillar to Victoria.
Jeb Lacey discusses three important hurricane tips for this years hurricane season, including getting your cell phone listed for emergency information.