The monthly meeting for November will be held Monday, November 9th in the Town Hall at 7 p.m.
Visit in the spring time and see the beautiful wildflowers in our area.
Celebrating its 126th Birthday
Grimes County Courthouse, Anderson
Plantersville was incorporated as a city on May 15, 2017. It is in Grimes County, Texas, United States, at the junction of State Highway 105, Farm Road 1774, and the Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railway in southeast Grimes County. It was originally settled in the 1830's by farmers and ranchers from Arkansas and Alabama. The community grew with immigrants from Germany, Russia and Poland settling here in the 1890's.
On behalf of the City of Plantersville, welcome to our small town located at the crossroads of State Hwy 105 and Farm to Market 1774.
As you may be traveling west to Texas A & M University in College Station or east to Lake Conroe and beyond. Slow down and enjoy your travels, rolling hills, sights along the way and simple country life.
Now, if you are headed south on FM 1774, just a short distance away is the Texas Renaissance Festival held in the fall at Todd Mission. If going north, the historic town of Anderson with the restored courthouse makes for a nice road trip through this area of Grimes County.
Enjoy our community and come back soon, the City of Plantersville
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Thank you, Karen Hale
Mayor, City of Plantersville
Message from Sid Miller, Texas Agriculture Commissioner
You may not know it, but the Texas Department of Agriculture (TDA) touches your life almost every day. From the grocery store you visited today to the salsa you’re eating at dinner, TDA was there to help. From the healthy lunches at your child’s school to the scales used to weigh your luggage at the airport, TDA was there, too. From our role as the state consumer protection agency to administering school lunches and marketing Texas products, the TDA is a diverse and busy place. We work hard every day to serve you.
Since I was sworn into office in 2015, I’ve also worked diligently to make this agency better. Please take some time to browse our website and learn about the many ways we’re working better, faster and more efficiently for you.
As always, it is my honor to serve as your Texas Agriculture Commissioner and remind you that Texas Agriculture Matters!
Monthly Board of Aldermen Meetings are held on the 2nd Monday of each month.
Location: Plantersville Town Hall, 11335 Lodge Lane, Plantersville, Texas.
Time: 7:00 p.m.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) Coordinator is Marilyn Bettes; contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org if you need special accommodation pursuant to the American with Disabilities Act.
Mayor Karen Hale and the City Aldermen urge all citizens to follow the current COVID 19 guidelines in place. As we continue to follow the guidelines of our federal, state and local agencies, we are grateful for the tremendous work being done by our medical personnel, hospitals, first responders and businesses to prevent the spread and assist those that are ill.
Click here for additional details: Texas Health & Human Services https://dshs.texas.gov/coronavirus/
CDC and President Trump's Guidelines Coronavirus 19