IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

If you have any damage even if you have insurance also you are able to register with FEMA. Some insurance may not cover all damage and you might be able to get assistance from FEMA.
Please pass this on so everyone is aware of this.

From the office of the Gonzales County Emergency Management

*INFORMATION*
Currently, a team from FEMA is in the county looking at damaged properties submitted to us. If you have not submitted a damage information report, please do so as soon as possible to” hurricaneharvey@co.gonzales.tx.us” or wait until next week and come see them at Gonzales County Emergency Management. They will be here Monday-Wednesday from 8:00am-7:00pm each day. The office is located at 1811 Water St. In Gonzales

Information from the Gonzales County Emergency Management

* STORM DAMAGE INFORMATION *
If you live in Gonzales County, please email this address and provide some needed information: hurricaneharvey@co.gonzales.tx.us

We will need your name, address where damage occurred and a good telephone number. You may provide pictures if you wish.
This is NOT a FEMA report but only a damage assessment for the State of Texas.

You may register damage with FEMA at DisasterAssistance.gov 
Again, the FEMA website is NOT a county website and we have no control over how it handles the entries.
I will provide any FEMA information if and when I get any.

 

Welcome to the City of Nixon website! Thank you for taking the time to visit our page. As the new website of the City Council, this page is designed to keep residents and visitors updated on the city news, campaigns and council information. Feel free to take a look around and learn more about Nixon.

Nixon is a small city of 2,385 people, located 55 miles South from San Antonio, and 62 miles North of Victoria. Nestled in the counties of Gonzales and Wilson, Nixon has a small-town feel with a big heart and a relaxed pace of life. The City Council gives the people of Nixon a voice, striving to maintain peace, happiness and prosperity for the residents in the area.

Have a look through our website to learn a little about the history of Nixon, Texas, as well as key information on the City Council and Permit Information for local building and business. Here you should find everything you need to know about the City Council, although we’re always happy to hear from you if you happen to have any questions.

Events

Our town hosts a variety of events fun for the whole family. Learn more about what’s going on in the town of Nixon.

Departments

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City Office

Here you can find elected officials information including city council members, the Mayor and city council meeting times and location.