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The people of Nash have a long history of supporting each other

The City of Nash started out as T.C. Junction. It was renamed in 1884 to Park, TX after Dr. John N. Parker, the first postmaster in the city. In 1906, the city honored Martin Manny Nash, Division Superintendent for the Texas & Pacific Railroad Company, and rechristened the city Nash, TX.

No matter what you called it, this place has always been a place of growth and working together. In the days when the First Transcontinental Railroad ran through town, we welcomed newcomers who were ready to build new lives in the Texarkana area. Now, people come by plane, car and bus to find just as welcoming an environment.

Come to Nash to Find Friendly Faces

The people of Nash have a long history of supporting each other

The City of Nash started out as T.C. Junction. It was renamed in 1884 to Park, TX after Dr. John N. Parker, the first postmaster in the city. In 1906, the city honored Martin Manny Nash, Division Superintendent for the Texas & Pacific Railroad Company, and rechristened the city Nash, TX.

No matter what you called it, this place has always been a place of growth and working together. In the days when the First Transcontinental Railroad ran through town, we welcomed newcomers who were ready to build new lives in the Texarkana area. Now, people come by plane, car and bus to find just as welcoming an environment.

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Get to know the history of Nash, we came a long way since 1959

In 1959, Nash was incorporated as an official city in the state of Texas. Since then, we have become a booming industrial city with a population of 3,700. Nash Business Park, which is governed by Nash Industrial Development Corporation, drives our economy.

A grant from the federal government made Nash Business Park possible. This has been the catalyst for even more growth over the years. In 1890, all that our 100 residents had was:

We’ve come quite a long way since then. Contact us now to find out more about the business opportunities available in Nash, TX.
Residents often worked at one of two nearby military installations: Red River Army Depot and Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant. We care a lot about the proud members of our United States military.

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Learn more about our rich history

Get to know the history of Nash, we came a long way since 1959

In 1959, Nash was incorporated as an official city in the state of Texas. Since then, we have become a booming industrial city with a population of 3,700. Nash Business Park, which is governed by Nash Industrial Development Corporation, drives our economy.

A grant from the federal government made Nash Business Park possible. This has been the catalyst for even more growth over the years. In 1890, all that our 100 residents had was:

We’ve come quite a long way since then. Contact us now to find out more about the business opportunities available in Nash, TX.
Residents often worked at one of two nearby military installations: Red River Army Depot and Lone Star Army Ammunition Plant. We care a lot about the proud members of our United States military.

Happy Neighbours
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REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS CITY OF NASH

The City of Nash is soliciting planning and management service providers to assist the City of Nash with the development, adoption, and implementation of modern and resilient building codes and flood damage prevention ordinances for the Community Development Block Grant-Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) Resilient Communities Program (RCP) through the Texas General Land Office. Accordingly, the City of Nash seeks to contract with a qualified service provider for planning and management services. Please electronically submit your proposals in .pdf format via email to jstuddard@nashtx.org OR submit 4 copies of your proposal of services to the following address: Attn: Jennifer Studdard 119 Elm Street Nash, TX 75569. Proposals must be received by the City of Nash no later than 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April 15, 2024 to be considered. The City of Nash reserves the right to negotiate with any and all proposers, as per the Texas Professional Services Procurement Act and the Uniform Grant and Contract Management Standards. Minority Business Enterprises, Small Business Enterprises, Women Business Enterprises, and labor surplus area firms are encouraged to submit proposals. City of Nash is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Servicios de traducción están disponibles por peticion.

REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS CITY OF NASH

The City of Nash is soliciting engineering/architectural/surveying firm(s) to assist the City of Nash with the development, adoption, and implementation of modern and resilient building codes and flood damage prevention ordinances for the Community Development Block Grant-Mitigation (CDBG-MIT) Resilient Communities Program (RCP) through the Texas General Land Office. Accordingly, the City of Nash seeks to contract with qualified engineering/architectural/surveying firm(s). Please electronically submit your proposals in .pdf format via email to jstuddard@nashtx.org OR submit 4 copies of your proposal of services to the following address: Attn: Jennifer Studdard 119 Elm Street Nash, TX 75569. Proposals must be received by the City of Nash no later than 2:00 p.m. on Monday, April 15, 2024 to be considered. The City of Nash reserves the right to negotiate with any and all proposers, as per the Texas Professional Services Procurement Act and the Uniform Grant and Contract Management Standards. Minority Business Enterprises, Small Business Enterprises, Women Business Enterprises, and labor surplus area firms are encouraged to submit proposals. City of Nash is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Servicios de traducción están disponibles por peticion.