Meet the Mayor
Granbury has a reputation that precedes itself. Spend a weekend on the square and you will witness the influx of tourists.
Granbury is a city where others want to come and enjoy our utopia, even if it is just for the day. If our community continues to grow at the pace that it has, our Mayor and Council members need to ensure that it is done with precision and purpose. Positive growth is critical for our city to continue development, while maintaining our small-town charm.
Where does Mayor Jim Jarratt see Granbury in 10 years?
“I see Granbury fully built out with adjacent areas requesting that they be annexed into the City of Granbury. These individuals requesting annexation see the benefits of Granbury and are willing to pay the City Taxes to obtain the benefits. The benefits include a robust downtown and surrounding Historic area that is both a commercial center and tourist center. A town center that is easy to reach from the main intersecting highways and a useable Loop around town. A downtown that has accessible parking, fine dining and grill type restaurants, merchandise that leans to the high end and compliments the many and varied art appreciation opportunities that present themselves in public and private placements.”
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112 N Houston Street
Granbury, Texas 76048