1. Mart and McLennan Co Work Together on Evergreen Cemetery

    McLennan County Commissioners voted unanimously to donate road base material for the driveway at Evergreen Cemetery, a predominately African-American cemetery 200 feet west of Mart. Read on...
  2. Mart Approved for $330,000 Grant for Hawkins Water Tower

    On October 2, 2019, the City of Mart was approved for a $330,000 Community Development Block Grant by the Texas Department of Agriculture to rehabilitate Hawkins Water Tower. Read on...
  3. USDA Bid Opening Under Budget for the 2nd Time

    Wednesday's bid opening for the USDA Water Distribution System Improvements contract was under budget... Read on...
  4. Mart Messenger: First Bids Under Budget

    Bids opened Tuesday morning on the contract for a new water transmission line, a component of the City’s $17.5 million water system and street overhaul, came in significantly under budget. Read on...
  5. Waco Tribune-Herald: Progress On Tap

    Mart's USDA-backed water system, street overhaul slated to start soon... Read article on WacoTrib.com...
  6. Water and Street Improvement Project Enters Bidding Phase

    Bid openings will begin soon for the four contracts making up the City of Mart's $17.5 million USDA Funded Water System Improvement Project... More info...
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    Our Community

    Mart, once known as Willow Springs, is a small incorporated city eighteen miles east of Waco on State Highway 164 in the eastern corner of McLennan County. . Read On...

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