About Bruceville-Eddy

HISTORY

HISTORY Bruceville-Eddy is on Interstate Highway 35 eighteen miles southwest of Waco in southern McLennan County. It began as two separate communities, Bruceville and Eddy, both of which became stations on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad in 1882. Bruceville was named for Lucien N. Bruce, who donated land for the railroad station. Much of the...

policetruck

POLICE DEPARTMENT The police department is located at 410 Hudson Lane, Eddy, TX 76524.Offices are open Monday-Friday from 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM.After hours, the police department can be reached by contacting the McLennan CountyThe mission of the Bruceville-Eddy Police Dept is:To protect life, individual liberty and property;To preserve peace and o...

MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL

MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL The City of Bruceville-Eddy is governed by the rules and regulations pertaining to a class A general law city as outlined in the Texas Local Government Code. Municipal elections are held annually in November and council members are elected to two year terms. City Council meetings are held every 2nd Thursday of each month at 6...

WATER DEPARTMENT

WATER DEPARTMENT Hours of OperationMonday through Friday 8:00–5:00Closed 12:00–1:00 (lunch)TARIFF SHEETS INSIDE & OUTSIDE CITY LIMITS MCLENNAN COUNTY, FALLS COUNTY & BELL COUNTYCutoff date for non-payment is the 1st working day after 15th due date.Water will be cutoff next day if not paid as per extension agreement. Water Do...

HISTORY

HISTORY Bruceville-Eddy is on Interstate Highway 35 eighteen miles southwest of Waco in southern McLennan County. It began as two separate communities, Bruceville and Eddy, both of which became stations on the Missouri, Kansas and Texas Railroad in 1882. Bruceville was named for Lucien N. Bruce, who donated land for the railroad station. Much of the...