Welcome to the City of Bruceville-Eddy. It’s an honor to be the City Administrator for this small, but proactive city. With the IH 35 expansion project getting ready to start, our small town has a wonderful opportunity to expand with it.

Some of the duties performed by the City Administrator include:

  • Plans, organizes and defines the organization of City Administration to ensure a coordinated and efficient effort to meet the goals and objectives established by the Council
  • Plans, develops and implements administrative policies, rules, regulations, and procedures.
  • Coordinates the administration of all Departments and Boards and Commissions.
  • Directs all personnel matters as provided by the Personnel Policies of the City and Utilities.
  • Develops and issues administrative rules, policies, and procedures necessary to ensure proper functioning of all Departments.
  • Prepares and submits an annual budget to the Council; obtains input from Department Heads; and keeps Council informed of the financial condition of the City and recommends action as appropriate.
  • Attends and participates in all Council meetings and other meetings with official bodies as directed by the Council; ensures that all laws and ordinances are enforced; prepares agendas, reviews meeting minutes; prepares resolutions and ordinances for the Council and carries out Council directives.
  • Attends other Board meetings as necessary.
  • Administers local elections in accordance with State and County requirements; oversees the scheduling and training of election judges; and maintaining of election records.
  • Oversees preparation of information for annual audit and reviews reports.
  • Monitors operations to ensure compliance with applicable laws, regulations, rules, policies and ordinances.
  • Develops long and short-range goals and oversees their implementation.
  • Prepares and arranges for publication of official and legal notices.
  • Maintains all municipal records and documents as required by law; prepares certified copies as requested.
  • Performs other duties as apparent or assigned.

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...


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...

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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...