We want to stay in touch with you! The Town provides various print, broadcast, and digital media tools that allow our residents to receive information regarding Town programs, services, facilities, and initiatives.
The Town has several social media pages, listed below. Be sure to follow along to stay in the know! To view the Town's social media guidelines and regulations, please visit our Social Media Policy.
Sign up to receive monthly email newsletters. These topic-specific bulletins provide convenient and timely news on the things you're interested in, from Parks and Recreation updates to Senior Center news to current Town projects and initiatives.
Sign up to receive email or text message alerts whenever new information is posted to our website. Subscribe to receive the information you want - from construction projects to agenda notifications to upcoming events, and much more.
Ever wonder, "what is being built there?" The Town has an online development map that allows residents to search for projects by name or location and track where each project is in the development process. As a project is added onto Planning and Zoning Commission and Town Council agenda packets, you can use the map to find links to additional supporting documents and information. Never miss an update by signing up for notifications whenever a new project is put on an agenda. Sign up at www.flower-mound.com/notifyme (Development Projects Agenda Notification) and pick exactly which areas of town you’re interested in. You can get alerts for projects proposed near your home, by your workplace, or throughout the entire town. If you're not sure which zone you want, search using our address locator box on the map. Once you are signed up, expect to receive development project notifications generally twice a month. Be sure to check your spam/junk inbox if you are not receiving notifications.
Learn more about current capital projects - including street, signal, street reconstruction, facility, park, water, stormwater, and wastewater projects - happening around town with our interactive map. Sign up at www.flower-mound.com/notifyme (Construction Project Update Notification) to receive alerts whenever the Town updates the map. Updates are in yellow in the description of the project.
Flower Mound Television (FMTV)
FMTV is the government access cable channel operated by the Town of Flower Mound and is broadcast on Astound Broadband/Grande cable channel 12, Spectrum/Time Warner cable channel 16, and Frontier/Verizon FIOS channel 42. Programming includes live broadcasts and replays of meetings, public service announcements, an informational community bulletin board, special event coverage, and educational shows from state and federal agencies. You can watch FMTV online.
Utility Bill Newsletter
The "My Flower Mound" newsletter, included in residents' monthly mailed utility bills, provides information on a variety of topics, including general Town news, public safety, economic development, and much more. You can also read the newsletter online at the link above.
Monthly Mayor's Message
Written by the Mayor (with occasional guest authors) on a monthly basis, these editorial columns are printed in a local newspaper, the Cross Timbers Gazette, and posted to the Town's website at the link above.
The Town of Flower Mound’s Annual Report is produced at the beginning of the year to serve as a retrospective on the community’s past accomplishments during the previous calendar year. The document outlines a variety of public safety, municipal services, recreational, transportation, and visioning projects. You can find the current Annual Report, as well as past publications, at the link above.
The Town's Welcome Guide contains everything you need to know when moving into our town. It's also a great resource for long-time residents, who might have questions about Town services. Check it out at the link above.
The Town of Flower Mound utilizes Everbridge to provide critical information related to emergency and non-emergency events, such as severe weather, evacuations, public safety issues, major road closures, mosquito control spraying, and inclement weather closings. Residents can choose to receive time-sensitive messages to their home, cell, or business phones; email addresses; text messages; and more. To register to receive emergency alerts, visit www.flower-mound.com/emergencynotifications.