The Ganado Volunteer Fire Department will host the 11th Annual Mud Bug Pageant at 4 p.m. at the Ganado School Cafeteria, 310 5th St. Pageant is open to boys and girls ages 3 to 5 years old.
Ganado Volunteer Fire Dept Crawfish Festival Parade will be held 28 Apr 18 at 10 am, S Third St downtown Ganado.
And last but not least 28 Apr 18 Ganado Farmers & Handmade Market, 100 Block of S Third, across from Ganado Movie Theater, 9-2

Ganado City Hall

Newly Constructed

Newly Constructed

The Ganado City Hall and Firestation has been the seat of city government since the building’s completion in 1964.  Hugh Ottley of Edna, Texas was chosen to design the building and Mercer Construction Company was selected as the general contractor.  The building was completed at a cost of $36,485.45.  City offices and meeting space is located on the first floor and the second floor serves as a meeting space for the Ganado Volunteer Fire Department.  Ganado Mayor Woodrow W. Brandes turned the first spadeful of dirt prior to the actual groundwork.  He was assisted by designer Hugh Ottley and City Secretary Mrs. Leola Hafernick.  Work began on the building on August 5, 1963.
Contact us at 361-771-2232.

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