City of Collinsville

Collinsville City Hall

101 N Main Street
Collinsville, TX 76233

903-429-6225
903-429-3059 Fax

Contact Us

City Council Meetings

2nd Monday each month 6:30 PM
Collinsville City Hall

Our Vision

The City of Collinsville envisions a future that maintains its friendly and family-oriented charm, while allowing for new economic opportunities that enhance the fabric of the community and allow for its current and new residents to enjoy an increasingly high quality of life.

Community Events

Downtown Christmas
December 3rd, 6:00 - 8:00 PM

KCB Tour of Homes
December 14th, 4:00 - 7:00 PM

Notebook

City Hall will be closed for the holidays
Monday, December 23rd - Wedensday December 25th and Wednesday, January 1st.

Job Opening

CITY OF COLLINSVILLE IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR PART TIME OFFICE ASSISTANT: Applications and Job Description may be picked up at City Hall which is located at 101 North Main Street in Collinsville or you may go print an employment application here.

All applications must be returned to City Hall on or before 12/4/19 for consideration.

Print Application

KCB Tour of Homes

Saturday, December 14th, 4:00-7:00 PM

Advanced tickets may be purchased for $10 at City Hall, Buffalo Nickle, or Pirate Island.

Tickets at the door may be purchased at any tour home for $12.

Help Keep Collinsville Safe

The Collinsville Police Department is seeking donations for the funding of a K9 program. The donations would be allocated for the purchase and training of a single purpose Narcotics canine, officer handler training, and the outfitting of a current patrol unit.

Find out how you can help!

About Census Jobs

Find out how you can work part-time or full-time helping with the 2020 Census.

Census 101 - What You Need to Know

Your vote matters. So does your census response. Find out why.

City of Collinsville Promotion

The Collinsville Industrial Committee has worked with KXII Channel 12 to create this 30 second spot to air promoting our city.

American Flag Retirement

Anyone can now drop off a worn or tattered flag at City Hall for Boy Scout Troop 432 to retire properly. Once a month they will collect the flags and retire them properly in a flag retirement ceremony.

We are thankful for this service by Troop 432!