Bullard Texas Government
The City of Bullard Texas
Bullard sign on U.S. 69
The City of Bullard is located in East Texas between Tyler and Jacksonville, and south of the communities of Gresham and Flint.
Situated 12 miles south of Tyler, parts of Bullard are located in northern Cherokee County, and other sections in extreme southern Smith County.
The population of Bullard in the 2010 census was 2,463.
The City of Bullard has a Council-Manager form of Government and the City Council is the legislative body of the City. The City Council consists of a Mayor and five Council Members elected at-large for two-year terms. The City Council enacts local legislation, adopts budgets, determines policies and appoints the City Manager.
The City provides a wide variety of functions including a Fire Department, Police Department, city parks, a municipal court, utilities and other services for its residents.
The City Council meets on the second Tuesday of each month. For more information, contact the Bullard City Hall at (903) 894-7223.
Bullard, Texas City Limit ... Population 2,463
Additional Bullard Texas Resources
- Bullard Chamber of Commerce
- Bullard Independent School District (ISD)
- City of Bullard
- Bullard Library
- Cherokee County Appraisal District
- Bullard Banner News
- Bullard History Museum
- The Brook Hill School
- Kiepersol Enterprises
- American Freedom Museum
Scenes Around Bullard
Bullard Texas City Hall (staff photo)
Bullard Texas Fire Department Station 1 (staff photo)
The Bullard Kids Park ... a project of the City of Bullard and the Bullard Rotary Club (staff photo)
"The Outfield" at the Bullard Baseball Complex (staff photo)
The Bullard History Museum (staff photo)