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Welcome A'Board!

Scarbrough, AmandaAmanda Scarbrough has been hired as a Dispatcher in the Police Department, her first day was November 18th. Please welcome Amanda to the City of Nacogdoches family when you see her!

Thomas, JuliaJulia Thomas has been hired as a Part-time Museum Assistant in the Historic Sites Department, her first day was November 15th. Please welcome Julia to the City of Nacogdoches family when you see her!

MOORE, BLAKEBlake Moore has been hired as the Part-time Lineman in the Airport Department, his first day was October 28th. Please welcome Blake to the City of Nacogdoches family when you see him!

Lalumandier, LisaLisa Lalumandier has been hired as the Part-time Circulation Clerk in the Library Department, her first day was October 24th. Please welcome Lisa to the City of Nacogdoches family when you see her!

Forms, City Policies, and Employment Information

Value of Full-Time Employment

Ever wonder what the total value of your employment is?thinkingJust about all of us know what our regular (base) hourly rate is, but there are additional cost to the City such as additional pay and benefits that make up the total value of your employment with the City.


Events, Announcements, and Employee Information

2019 City of Nacogdoches Holiday Schedule

2020 City of Nacogdoches Holiday Schedule


Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The EAP is an online or over the phone consultation resource the City provides to all full-time employees with up to 3 free assessments/counseling sessions per year. Employees and their family members can call the program, 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for completely confidential support, information, and assistance. This service is available in English and Spanish. For information regarding the City's EAP program, please CLICK HERE.

From a personal crisis, to parenting questions, career matters to alcohol and drug concerns: the EAP has Client Care Representatives who are trained to connect you with the help you need. To visit their website and create an account, CLICK HERE. To create an account, search City of Nacogdoches in the organization search bar and follow the online instructions.

There are multiple ways to use the EAP. You can go online or call the toll free number (888-628-4824).

Avoid “out of network” surprise medical bills!
In order to receive the highest level of health insurance benefits, it is important you make sure every provider of your medical services is in the BlueCross BlueShield of Texas Network (BCBSTX).

Even though the actual hospital may be In-Network, this does not mean the anesthesiologist or the ER doctor assigned to you is. Be sure to ask specifically if the medical service provider is “In-Network.” Just about every medical services provider accepts BCBSTX, but just because they accept it does not mean they are “In-Network.”  

To ensure your medical services are In-Network, always check to see if your doctor or hospital is in the BCBSTX Network and is using In-Network providers for outsourced services, such as lab services, radiology tests, anesthesiology, etc. You can verify this information by calling a Customer Advocate at the toll-free number on the back of your BCBSTX member ID card or you may visit the BCBSTX website by CLICKING HERE.

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In the Works....works

We are approaching the end of another year and we wanted to remind you of the taxes you may owe on group term life insurance that are deducted at the end of every year. 

Your December 20, 2019 paycheck will include the taxes you may owe on group term life insurance if it is in excess of $50,000.

IRC Section 79 of the IRS code requires employers to include the imputed cost of group term life insurance (which is the city provided life insurance and the TMRS supplemental death benefit) in excess of $50,000 to be included in income and is subject to taxes based on an employee's age on the last day of that respective tax year.