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 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 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.

Small Taxing Unit Notice


Applicants for Special Electon:

Mayor: Shelia Kegley

Place Four: Michael Peek

City of Red Lick, Texas

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.

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

Public Hearing Notice

Red Lick History

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