The 3rd Annual Keep Magnolia Beautiful will be held on May 3rd beginning at 8:00 a.m. at the Magnolia Fire Department. There will also be a drop off of all old household paint. Please bring all of your old paint to the fire department to be disposed of. Gloves and trash bags will be provided. Everyone will meet back at the fire department for a free lunch! All organizations, clubs, churches, and individuals are invited to attend! Help us clean up the town before the Blossom Festival.
Magnolia's fire protection rating has decreased from a Class 5 to a Class 3. Please go to the link below to listen to the press conference.
Below are pictures of Dr. Baker and his grandsons distributing mosquito fish around town in an attempt to control the mosquito population.
Zodiac Aerospace recently presented a check in the amount of $10,000 to the City of Magnolia and Magnolia Fire Department. The money is a generous donation made by Zodiac to purchase the foaming system for the new 100 foot platform fire truck that was recently purchased by the city.
Pictured left to right, Mayor Parnell Vann; Zodiac representatives Dorina Morcan and Norman Bullinger; Michael Viscosi, Zodiac President and CEO; Magnolia Fire Chief Greg Pinner; Cammie Hambrice, Chamber of Commerce Director; Magnolia Firefighters Jason Ellington, Brent Atkinson, and Parker Showalter.