Foundation Repair Marshall Texas

ssp_telegraphpark-570x170The General Plan of the City of Marshall serves as a broad umbrella type of plan that outlines in a general way goals for the physical and economic growth and improvement of the community. The General Plan covers a long time frame, 20 years or longer. Implementation plans are put in place in the context established by the broad umbrella of the General Plan. The Implementation Plans address more specific implementation programs to deal with needs in the community that are identified in a broad way in the General Plan. Implementation Plans cover a shorter time frame, three to ten years. Implementation plans are specific enough to identify specific projects and sources of funding for those projects that can lead to implementation of those projects. The City’s annual budget functions as a type of annual implementation plan that covers what the City will do in the current fiscal year to address needs in the community and implement projects as funding is available to address those needs. Projects and programs funded in the annual budget are based on priorities identified by the City Commission at the beginning of the budget preparation process each year.

This page contains links to the City’s General Plan and the various implementation plans that different parts of the City’s organizations are working to implement or are following as they address needs in the community.

Things To Do


Marshall Police Chief Jesus “Eddie” Campa announced Monday that the first public meeting for
the Marshall Police Department’s racism-eradication initiative, ‘No Colors, No Labels,’ will be
held from 6 – 7 p.m., Thursday, July 16 in the training room at the Marshall Police Department.
NCNL was launched by Campa as an effort to stop racism by promoting diversity and acceptance
of all, and to strive to erase preconceived notions that police are racially-motivated. Through
the use of social media, information about NCNL has been disseminated to the public to attract
Videos, starring a group of teenagers from the Boys & Girls Club of the Big Pines and Wiley
College President Hal Strickland, have been published as support tools for the initiative, as well
as photos of various citizens holding up #nocolorsnolabels and #humanlivesmatter signs.
At the Thursday meeting, Chief Campa will give a presentation to the public regarding the ‘No
Colors, No Labels Initiative,’ and have community members register to be a part of the initiative.
He also will unveil the new website and a schedule of future activities planned.
Attendees interested will also have the opportunity to participate in the awareness campaign
that would involve official photos and videos.