Slider Category for Slider posts

Home  »  Slider

Pelican Bay Police Department

Jul 24, 2013 Comments Off on Pelican Bay Police Department webmaster

The Pelican Bay Police Department is staffed by professional TCLEOSE certified Officers. As of the City Council Meeting of January 11, 2016,  the council unanimously approved the appointment of Robert Porter as Chief of Police for the City of Pelican Bay.

Continue Reading

Pelican Bay’s City Council

Jul 24, 2013 Comments Off on Pelican Bay’s City Council webmaster

Our City Council consists of the Mayor and 5 City Council Members. Mayor:  Bill Morley, Council Members:  Jake Lindsey/Place 1,  Kevin Crawford/Place 2, Linda Sellers/Place 3,  Mayor Pro-Tem Glen Oberg/Place 4, and Ben Long/Place 5.  The City Council meets the second Monday of each month at 7:00pm at the City Hall. 1300 Pelican Circle, Pelican Bay, …

Continue Reading

Briar-Reno Fire Department

Jul 24, 2013 Comments Off on Briar-Reno Fire Department webmaster

The City of Pelican Bay is contracted with the Briar-Reno Fire Department to provide prompt professional services to our community and to all visitors. Briar-Reno Fire Rescue is dedicated to the preservation of life, property, and the environment.  We will as a team strive to minimize losses and suffering through fire suppression, rescue, training, fire prevention and public information. Pelican Bay …

Continue Reading
Fishing Pier

Pelican Bay – Lakeside living at its best!

Jul 24, 2013 Comments Off on Pelican Bay – Lakeside living at its best! webmaster

Pelican Bay has a lot to offer its citizens. Small town charm with quick access to the big cities. Lakeside access for the occasional fisherman or boating enthusiast. The overall cost of living is low. Pelican Bay is perfect for retirees who want to get away from the hustle and bustle of big city life …

Continue Reading
Pelican Bay History

Pelican Bay’s History

Jul 17, 2013 Comments Off on Pelican Bay’s History webmaster

PELICAN BAY, TEXAS. Pelican Bay is a small community along Eagle Mountain Lake in the northwestern corner of Tarrant County and about seventeen miles northwest of Fort Worth. The town was born of one man’s desire to build a friendly community. In 1970, Olen Yandell owned a struggling dairy farm called the Circle-Y, just north …

Continue Reading
loading