What is the recommendation from the City on upcoming holidays?
The county and city follow CDC recommendations for holidays and are listed here.
How do I pay my water bill?
Visit our website or visit the kiosk at City Hall, walk-in payments are now also being accepted.
How do I pay my court fines?
Visit this website or call (800-444-1187)
What if I have a court date or other business at the municipal court?
The City of Nacogdoches Municipal Court is rescheduling all March court proceedings, and the court will be temporarily closed until further notice. Persons will be notified by mail of their new court date. Citizens seeking to resolve their citation(s) can do so in the following ways: (1) Online at trafficpayment.com, (2) by phone at 800-444-1187, or (3) by mailing a money order to P.O. Box 635030, Nacogdoches, Texas 75963. Any questions can be answered by calling the court at (936) 559-2641 or via email at email@example.com.
Are the parks open?
Yes, please exercise all recommended safety protocols when utilizing public spaces. Our park equipment is not regularly sanitized so please be mindful of use.
Is the public library open?
The Nacogdoches Public Library is now open, by appointment. Citizens can use a computer, browse or use the copy/scan machine by calling 559-2970.
Customers may also reserve items for Order-Ahead Pick-up service or utilize the downloadable collection, which has been expanded.
How can I apply for a job with the City?
Prospective applicants can visit the City’s website https://www.ci.nacogdoches.tx.us/Jobs.aspx for a list of current job openings and job applications. Those who wish to apply for the positions that are open can submit an application online, by mail to City of Nacogdoches ATTN: Human Resources P.O. Box 635030 Nacogdoches TX, 75963-5030, by fax (936)-559-2915 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org. For any questions regarding employment with the City, please contact the Human Resources Office at (936)-559-2567.
Are there historic activities I can do while the museums are closed?
Yes! History is everywhere in Nacogdoches, you just have to do a little walking. We have a wonderful statue trail with 7 bronze statues of historic Nacogdoches residents. (map here: https://www.
Can I still get help with my history research?
Yes - staff is available by phone or through email to help with your history research. Email us at email@example.com.
Where can I learn more about Nacogdoches history?
Check out our Nac Historic Sites facebook page for up to date information and fun history tidbits.
When will the City museums open?
The Sterne-Hoya House Museum & Library and the Durst-Taylor Historic House & Gardens will reopened on Wednesday, June 3rd. The hours are 10am - 4pm and all guests are asked to call ahead to schedule a tour.
Q: I own a dog/cat that is at the Shelter and I need to pick it up. What do I do?
A: Call the Shelter at 936-560-5011 and make an appointment with staff for animal pickup. You can also come to the shelter between 2pm and 6pm to reclaim. We are limiting the number of people in the shelter, so visitors may have a short wait time prior to being invited into the lobby area.
Q: Can I currently purchase a space or speak with Cemetery staff?
A: Yes, the office at Sunset Memorial Park Cemetery is open normal business hours (8:00 AM to 5:00 PM). Staff encourages you to call or email before visiting to ensure someone is there to help you - 936-560-5314 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Q: How much are spaces?
A: Cremation spaces at Sunset Memorial start at $300 each, single spaces are $600 each and upright spaces are $1,400 per pair. At Pine Grove, single spaces are $500 each and upright spaces are $1,200 per pair.