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Farmers Branch E-News Suite: Branch Bulletin & Branch Mail


To keep up with the ever-increasing demand for news and information delivered electronically, the City of Farmers Branch is happy to offer news and information delivered directly to your fingertips by way of:

Branch Bulletin


E-News from the City of Farmers Branch: Our weekly e-news publication delivered directly to your e-mail box each and every Wednesday.

Take a look at our Branch Bulletin archives for a better idea of what the publication has to offer.

Branch Mail


More immediate than any information delivery tool in our virtual toolbox, Branch Mail is the perfect way to get Farmers Branch information by way of e-mail blasts sent you to throughout the week. This free subscription e-mail news service sends City information to a subscriber’s e-mail address of choice. Whether it’s new roadway construction or a reminder about a City event, Branch Mail will send an update.
  1. Bluegrass, Chili, Roses & Crafts ... Oh, my!

    FBTX ~ The upcoming weekend will be a busy one in Farmers Branch as the annual trifecta of events is on the schedule - the Bloomin' Bluegrass free Music Festival and Chili Cook-off, along with the Hippie to Hipster Craft Fair and a Celebration of Roses. Read on...
  2. New fiscal year budget keeps tax rate steady

    FBTX ~ The continuation of capital improvements and enhancements to public safety are among the tenets of the $107 million Farmers Branch 2017-2018 Fiscal Year Budget, which was approved by the Farmers Branch City Council in September. Read on...
  3. Seven-year odyssey ends with state approval of Camelot Landfill expansion

    FBTX ~ A process that began in 2011 came to an official end this week as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality approved a plan to expand the Farmers Branch-owned Camelot Landfill, in Lewisville. Read on...
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