About Us

Our History Bay City Gas Company has a unique history. In 1938, Mr. V.L. LeTulle, a successful resident businessman, purchased the privately owned gas utility that was providing gas service to Bay City. Mr. LeTulle deeded the Gas System to the City of Bay City, with the stipulation that it was to operate for the benefit of the citizens. The goal of his gift was to provide affordable and reliable natural gas service to all residents. The deed established a three member Board of Trustees, of which two members would be lifetime appointees and the third member would be the Mayor of Bay City. During subsequent years, revenue generated by Bay City Gas Company has provided funds (almost $19,000,000 since 1938) to purchase fire trucks, water towers, buildings, street improvements, and other large capital assets for the City. To learn more about Bay City, Texas, visit the website at http://www.baycitytexas.org

Next Regular Scheduled Board Meeting –  Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 09:30 am

EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES:

Bay City Gas offers steady work, opportunities for advancement, paid training, competitive pay, health insurance, retirement benefits, and paid holidays, vacations and sick leave. We seek co-workers who share our values for work, service to our customers and community, and who desire a CAREER and not simply a paycheck.

Current opening : Operations and Maintenance. Qualifications: high school diploma or GED; valid Texas driver’s license; must pass a background check and drug screen; should have mechanical aptitude, eagerness to learn; veterans are encouraged to apply. Apply in person, 1100 6th Street. Complete the job application form and attach your resume. Starting pay : $16-$18 per hour

HOLIDAY  SCHEDULE FOR 2021

January 1 (Friday) New Year’s Day
February 15 (Monday) President’s Day
April 2 Good Friday
May 31  (Monday) Memorial Day
July 5  (Monday) Independence Day
September 6 (Monday)  Labor Day
October 11  (Monday)  Columbus Day
November  25, 26 Thanksgiving
December  24 (Friday) Christmas Eve
December 31 (Friday) New Year’s Eve

 

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