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Welcome to the City of Caldwell...

Caldwell City Council Meetings are
on the third Tuesday of each month
beginning at 6:30 PM in the Council
Chambers at City Hall, 107 S. Hill St.





   Every Saturday Morning on the Square
                in Downtown Caldwell.

Small Business Saturday

             November 25, 2017 from 10AM - 5PM 

            Look for your coupon books at participating
                   businesses in downtown Caldwell!


                        Saturday, December 9, 2017 
                                      1PM - 6PM  

                        Red & Green Chili Cook-Off all day!

 To download forms, please go to the Texas Main Street Page, 
        click on "Events" and then click on the form needed. 

 For more information, please contact Michelle at (979) 567-3901.


      Second Saturday Slavnost (Celebration)!

                        December 9, 2017 from 10AM - 5PM
                       on the square in
downtown Caldwell.

          Enjoy music, sales, activities, fellowship and more.

                                FREE ADMISSION!

        Each month the Second Saturday Slavnost will feature
                                      a different theme. 


                         See you on the square!



                        2016 ANNUAL



Please click on the following to view the 2016 Annual Water Quality Report.

If you have any questions, please contact the City of Caldwell at
(979) 567-3271. 


Thank you.


To obtain more information about the Harrie P. Woodson
Library (Summer Reading Program, Storytime, Ongoing
Book Sale, etc.), check out the additional link below
Caldwell, the county seat of Burleson County, is at the intersection of State highways 21 and 36, in the center of the county. In 1840, when the Texas Congress annexed to Milam County all of Washington County north of Yegua Creek and west of the Brazos River, Caldwell was designated as the county seat of a new county to be formed.  The proposed town, surveyed by George B. Erath and named for Mathew Caldwell, was laid out parallel to the Old San Antonio Road and west of Davidson Creek; the site encompassed a settlement founded by Lewis L. Chiles. 

Caldwell was designated a Main Street City by the Texas Historical Commission in January of 2014.  The city received the honor of being named a Nationally Accredited Main Street Program for its performance and improvement in 2015.
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