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Posted on: October 16, 2017

History of Garden Ridge

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In 1962 Harold Miller and Archie Ladshaw saw the possibilities of a subdivision set among magnificent oak trees.  They began to develop 200 acres into home sites, and people were attracted to the peaceful rural life, feeling that it was worth the...

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Posted on: October 16, 2017

Grapevine

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The Grapevine includes a calendar of events and activities upcoming up in the City as well as articles from the Mayor, City Departments and civic groups.  The City of Garden Ridge takes pride in helping keep their residents informed and the Grape...

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Posted on: May 17, 2018

Save the Date for "Pop" of a Celebration on July 4th.

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This
celebration will include activities, awards, patriotism and much more.  So put on your patriotic clothes and plan tojoin us in the fun.  Please see Flyer for more information. You are guaranteed
to have a “Popp...

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Posted on: March 16, 2018

Communicate with Us!

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The City of Garden Ridge is committed to providing excellent service to our citizens.  through trash and recycling services, water, streets and parks we strive to provide "a way of life, not just a place to live".   If...

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Posted on: November 20, 2017

Volunteer Garden RIdge!

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We encourage citizens to give of their time and talents, meeting our community’s needs through volunteering. No matter what a person’s schedule is like or what type of volunteer work they are looking for, Volunteer Garden Ridge! can he...

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Safe Zone

Safe Zone

The Safe Zone is located in the marked area next to City Hall.

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Oak Wilt

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In an effort to maintain the beauty Garden Ridge enjoys from its numerous oak trees and to prevent and combat the spreading of destructive oak wilt.

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