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 6:30pm at the City Hall located at 143 Wilcox Dr. # A, Eddy, Texas 76524.

Current Elected Officials

  • Mayor – Connally Bass
  • Mayor Pro Tem – Hal Wilcox
  • Council Member – Jason Dean
  • Council Member – Linda Owens
  • Council Member – Gary Lucas
  • Council Member – Allen Trigg
MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
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...

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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...

MUNICIPAL COURT

MUNICIPAL COURT Heather Spivey, Municipal Court Clerk | 254-859-5964 | Fax: (254) 859-5779 | Spanish Interpretor Available (Esther Moreno)Honorable Judge Kevin R. Madison, Municipal JudgeOfficial Court Reporter – Kimberly Bowen Seibert143 WIlcox Dr. # AEddy, Texas 76524Rules of the Court. Please Read!Self-Help Notice or for more help on T...

An engaging and informative image depicting the concept of digital hygiene for a small-town community. It should illustrate a blend of small-town charm with modern digital practices. Picture a cozy, picturesque small town with houses, a school, and local businesses in the background, under a bright, clear sky. In the foreground, digitally stylized icons representing cybersecurity elements like a shield symbolizing antivirus protection, a lock for strong passwords, and a computer screen displaying a secure website. The image should evoke a sense of community and the importance of protecting it through responsible digital practices, making it relatable to residents of all ages. The style should be colorful, inviting, and easy to understand, conveying the message that cybersecurity is both essential and accessible to everyone in the town.

Learn how to protect yourself and your family online with our digital hygiene guide. Featuring tips on antivirus use, secure passwords, and more for Bruceville-Eddy residents....