Come enjoy a FREE movie under the stars.
All movies will start at dusk at the
Killeen Amphitheater, 2201 E. Veterans Memorial Blvd.
Bring the family out a little early to enjoy pre-movie activities starting at 8:00 p.m.
Concessions will be available during each movie.
Please no alcoholic beverages or glass containers.
June 21: HUNGER GAMES
PG-13 - 142 min.
July 12: DR. SUESS’ THE LORAX
PG - 86 min.
July 26: WRECK IT RALPH
PG - 101 min.
The Community Development Advisory Committee and Community Development Department will begin planning the FY 2016-2017 program year at community planning meetings scheduled February 11 and February 24. Killeen residents are invited to become involved in the community development process. Participants will discuss needs and submit comments to identify and prioritize housing, health, social service, employment and education needs of Killeen renters and owners, persons with disabilities, veterans including their families, homeless, formerly homeless, and at-risk of homelessness families and individuals, victims of abuse and domestic violence, persons with HIV/AIDS, elderly and extremely low- to moderate-income persons. ... Read More
City of Killeen offices will be closed Monday, February 15, in observance of Presidents Day. All city offices will reopen Tuesday. ... Read More
The final segment of the Stagecoach Road Reconstruction Project has begun. Stagecoach Road is closed from W.S. Young Drive to Wells Fargo Road. Turkey Trot Road is closed from Stagecoach Road to Wells Fargo Road. These closures will be in place for approximately five months. ... Read More
The City of Killeen is seeking food and craft vendors to participate in the Celebrate Killeen Festival April 28 through 30. ... Read More
The following closures are in effect through April: The outside southbound lane of Trimmier Road, from Turtle Bend Drive to Elms Road, is closed. There will be access points to Ellison High School. ... Read More
A stretch of US Highway 190 will soon have national status as Interstate 14. A new five-year transportation bill was signed into law December 4 creating a congressionally designated Texas highway corridor that will be known as I-14. ... Read More