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City of Anna receives stable credit rating
Stable outlook reflects belief the City of Anna will maintain its strong credit fundamentals amid the ongoing period of intense growth
City of Anna Presents “Boots and Booms” Annual Independence Day Celebration, featuring Splash Pad O
The City of Anna is proud to announce its highly anticipated annual Independence Day celebration, “Boots and Booms,” which promises to be an unforgettable experience for residents and visitors. This year’s event, at Slayter Creek Park on Saturday, July 1, will be filled with thrilling activities, live music, delectable food trucks, and a breathtaking fireworks display.
Anna City Council Unanimously Votes to Increase Homestead Exemptions and Introduce Disabled Person
On Tuesday, June 13, Anna City Council unanimously voted in favor of increasing homestead exemptions, demonstrating a strong commitment to reducing the tax burden on community members. The decision reflects the Council's dedication to ensuring an affordable living environment and fostering a sense of inclusivity for all residents
City earns national award of excellence in financial reporting
Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA) has awarded the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting to the City of Anna for its annual comprehensive financial report for the fiscal year ending on September 30, 2021. This is the third year the city has received the award.
Anna Mayor Signs National Wildlife Federation’s “Mayors’ Monarch Pledge” to Help Save the Monarch B
At the Tuesday, Feb. 28 City Council meeting, Mayor Nate Pike signed the National Wildlife Federation’s Mayors' Monarch Pledge, committing to take action to help save the declining monarch butterfly and other pollinators.
City of Anna receives Tree City USA designation for 2nd time
For a second consecutive year, the City of Anna was named a Tree City USA by the National Arbor Day Foundation for its commitment to effective urban forest management. The Arbor Day Foundation, in partnership with the U.S. Forest Service and the National Association of State Foresters, sponsors the Tree City USA program.
Anna hosts first Juried Art Show
On Feb. 23, the City of Anna hosted its first juried Student Art Show in partnership with Anna Night School. Twenty-four students participated in the competition. Zaylie Harris took home the top prize, followed by Annatte Adusei (2nd place) and Keely McGrath (3rd place).
Rosamond Parkway in Anna opens for access
The City of Anna is excited to announce Rosamond Parkway to U.S. 75 is now open. The roadway serves as a critical East/West connection between U.S. 75 and S.H. 5 in northern Anna. Additionally, it provides a direct connection to Anna High School, improves traffic circulation at the high school and middle school, and will help relieve congestion at F.M. 455.
Ryan Henderson named Interim City Manager
Anna City Council has named Assistant City Manager Ryan Henderson as Interim City Manager following the resignation of City Manager Jim Proce.
Anna seeks input from Neighbors in Community Survey
The City of Anna is excited to partner with Polco, a national firm, to participate in the National Community Survey, a 21-year-old survey with roughly 140 community-related questions that will help the officials “better understand how the city’s performance impacts the community.”
Anna maintains Aa2 ratings from Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s AA
Stable rating outlook reflects strong financial management policies and practices that reflect strategic planning
City of Anna Receives Recognition for Transparency Efforts from Texas Comptroller
The recognition marks the 5th and final transparency star available through the Texas Comptroller program
Taylor Lough adds Texas Women’s Leadership Institute graduation to accomplishments
The program is designed to prepare and inspire women to become city managers in Texas
Anna Council approves rehabilitation of Sherley Heritage Park Water Tower
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, Anna City Council approved a resolution authorizing the City Manager to execute a purchase order with Maguire Iron for the rehabilitation and repainting of the Sherley Heritage Park Water Tower.
390-acre Mixed-Use Development Approved for Anna, Texas
On Tuesday, Dec. 14, Anna City Council approved a development agreement with Bloomfield Homes for Crystal Park, a 390-acre mixed-use development west of U.S. Highway 75 and south of Farm-to-Market 455.
Anna announces Economic Development Coordinator
The City of Anna is pleased to announce Kimberly Garduno as the Economic Development Coordinator.
City of Anna receives recognition for transparency efforts from Texas Comptroller
Texas Comptroller Glenn Hegar announced the City of Anna is the latest local government to achieve specific economic development transparency goals through the Comptroller’s Transparency Stars program.
Anna Central Fire Station hosts Ribbon Cutting and Grand Opening
The City of Anna and Anna Fire Department are pleased to announce the grand opening of the new Central Station and Fire Administration on Friday, Nov. 19.
Anna CDC upgraded to Aa3 rating from Moody's
The Anna Community Development Corporation has received an upgraded sales tax rating from Moody's Investors Service. The CDC earned a rating of Aa3 from A2.
Anna earns Aa2 ratings from Moody’s
City of Anna earns Aa2 ratings from Moody’s Investors Service