Newcomer Information

Government Information


The city of Crowley is led by a Mayor/Council/City Manager form of government, with plenty of opportunities for residents to be involved in special boards, committees and commissions. Boards meet weekly, monthly, quarterly or annually, and all meetings are held in the evening to accommodate work schedules.

Serving on a Board


Have a desire to serve? Complete and submit an application to our City Secretary for consideration.

More Information


  • Newcomer's Packet, February 2017 (PDF) (complete version)

  • Elected Officials, Boards and Commissions (Page 1)
  • City of Crowley Telephone Numbers (Page 2)
  • City of Crowley Telephone Numbers Cont'd (Page 3)
  • Helpful Telephone Numbers (Page 4)
  • Crowley Government, Elected Officials (Page 5)
  • Utility Billing (Page 6)
  • Utility Billing Cont'd (Page 7)
  • Crowley Fire Department (Page 8)
  • Crowley Fire Department Cont'd (Page 9)
  • Emergency Warning Sirens (Page 10)
  • Crowley Police Department (Page 11)
  • Crowley Police Department Cont'd (Page 12)
  • Crowley Police Department Cont'd (Page 13)
  • Crowley Public Library (Page 14)
  • Crowley Public Library Cont'd (Page 15)
  • Crowley Public Library Cont'd (Page 16)
  • Crowley Public Library Cont'd (Page 17)
  • Crowley Public Library Cont'd (Page 18)
  • Crowley Public Library Cont'd (Page 19)
  • Crowley Senior Center (Page 20)
  • Municipal Court (Page 21)
  • Community Development (Page 22)
  • Community Development Cont'd (Page 23)
  • Public Works (Page 24)
  • Mandatory Water Conservation (Page 25)
  • Code Compliance (Page 26)
  • Animal Control (Page 27)
  • Crowley Parks, Community Services (Page 28)
  • Recreation Center Membership (Page 29)
  • Recreation Center Facility Rentals (Page 30)
  • Bicentennial Park Community Center (Page 31)
  • Crowley Parks & Recreation Areas (Page 32)
  • Decade of Progress (Page 33)