Small Taxing Unit Notice

Public Hearing Notice

Applicants for Special Electon:


Mayor: Shelia Kegley

Place Four: Michael Peek


The Governing Body of the City of Red Lick will conduct a public hearing on September 14th, 2017, at 6:30 pm at Red Lick City Hall to discuss the proposed operating budget for the Fiscal Year 2017-2018. Please click here for more information.


THE PUBLIC IS INVITED TO ATTEND.

City of Red Lick, Texas

The City of Red Lick is a great place to live and raise a family.  For many, Red Lick ISD (K-8) is what's attracted them to our City.  Red Lick ISD has received seven campus "Distinctions" as well as a "Superior" rating for its financial accountability and transparency.  With high expectations and high moral character, Red Lick ISD teachers and staff collaborate to prepare and empower each student for a changing tomorrow.

  • Neighborhoods
  • Businesses

The Insurance Services Office of the State Fire Marshall’s Office is recommending that our Community’s Public Protection Classification be changed from a Class 05 to a Class 04.


(Public protection classifications range from 1[Best] to 10[worst])

This should result in the lowering of homeowner’s insurance rates.  It will go into effect 12/1/16.  Please be aware that each individual policy holder must notify their insurance carrier of this change.
Many thanks to the C-5 Volunteer Fire Department for their diligence and hard work for this accomplishment.

The following is a list of persons who have applied for a place on the ballot for the City of Red Lick election to be held on November 7:

Place One:

  • Sandra Hartline
  • Lila Murray

Place Two:

  • Wendell Boozer
  • Mark Patterson

Place Five: Joe Williams

The City of Red Lick will hold a meeting at 6:30pm on September 14, 2017 at Red Lick  City Hall to consider adopting a proposed tax rate for tax year 2017. 


​The proposed tax rate is $0.107747 per $100 of value.

One of the questions most asked is, "Where did Red Lick get its name?"

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