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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. Subscribe Now

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. Market canceled, Shredding Event postponed in deference to severe forecast

    FBTX ~ With increasing confidence in the National Weather Service forecast of severe storms with locally heavy rainfall, out of an abundance of caution for residents, City officials have canceled Saturday's scheduled edition of the Farmers Branch Market. Read on...
  2. Election declared official, community invited to reception for Retana, Lynne

    FBTX ~ With the official canvas of the 2019 election in the books, attention now turns to swearing in new Farmers Branch District 1 City Councilmember Cristal Retana and returning District 4 City Councilmember Terry Lynne at the May 21 Council meeting. Read on...
  3. Aquatics Manager Rachael Arroyo promoted in Parks & Recreation Department

    FBTX ~ Drawing on her wide-ranging experience and expertise in public sector endeavors, former Farmers Branch Aquatics Center Manager Rachael Arroyo has been promoted in the Parks and Recreation Department to the job of Recreation Superintendent. Read on...
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