Posted on: December 6, 2016

MPD to hold public viewing of recovered stolen property

The Midland Police Department will give citizens an opportunity to retrieve stolen property through a public viewing from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 8 at the MPD armory building (3900 N. Lamesa Rd.).

The items recovered were most likely taken durin...

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Posted on: November 29, 2016

Christmas tree lighting to be held Dec. 3; parade scheduled for Dec. 10

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The City of Midland invites the community to its annual Christmas tree lighting and lighted Christmas parade, which are happening over the next two weekends in central Midland.

The events were moved from downtown Midland this year in anticipation of demoli...

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Posted on: November 10, 2016

November sales tax revenues released

The City of Midland has collected this month's sales tax revenue from the State Comptroller's Office.

The total amount of revenue received was $3,076,676.

This month's figure reflects a 16.74 percent decrease, or a $618,445 decrease, from November 2...Read on...

Posted on: September 1, 2016

Hogan Park soccer fields closed for maintenance Sept. 6 - Jan. 30

City of Midland's Parks and Recreation Division will close the northern Hogan Park soccer fields through the new year for maintenance.

The soccer fields located at the north end of the park, just south of Christensen Stadium, will be closed to all orga...Read on...


Posted on: December 2, 2016

Traffic alerts and lane closures

Asphalt Buckling Repairs on Lamesa Road:

City crews will begin to repair a section of buckled asphalt on Lamesa Road at Hickory Avenue. During this project, lane closures will be used on Lamesa Road at Hickory Avenue.

Various Drainage Improvements:

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Posted on: October 16, 2013

City of Midland Launches New Website

The City of Midland will launch a new website on Thursday, Oct. 17.

The website will have enhanced functionality and interactivity as well as a cleaner, easier layout to navigate.

Residents will still be able to notify city officials of problems as ...Read on...