City of Josephine

City Council Elections

City hall is now accepting applications for a place on the General Election Ballot until 5:00 pm Monday, August 24th. City Hall is currently located at 201 W. Hubbard Street (Next to Josephine Volunteer FD). Monday - Friday 8am - 5pm

There are 3 seats on the ballot and these are for a 2 year terms each. 

Place 1 - Currently held by Doug Ewing (expires November 2015)
Place 2 - Currently held by Andrew Littlefield (expires November 2015)
Place 4 - Currently held by Barbara Newton (expires November 2015)

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Monthly City Council Meeting

Agenda will be posted 72 hours before regular meeting - Next Meeting, August 10th, 2015 @ 7pm @ Josephine Fire Department

Agenda will be posted 72 hours before budget workshop - August 3rd, 2015 @ 7pm @ Josephine Fire Department



About The City of Josephine

Josephine was established in 1888, when the tracks of the St. Louis, Arkansas and Texas Railway reached the area. It was named in honor of the daughter of J. C. Hubbard of, who donated land to the Cotton Belt Railroad Company for the town site.  

People followed cattle trails across the prairies on horseback and in covered wagons, to bring in supplies from Caddo Mills and Greenville, in Hunt County, and Terrell in Kaufman County. In 1889 the Cotton Belt passenger train ran through Josephine to Dallas. It took settlers to the first Dallas Fair.

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