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See link below for a descriptive detail of what can and cannot be recycled in your weekly recycle bin.
The City property tax rate is set annually by City Council by September of each year. The current city local sales and use tax for goods and services is 1.5%. For complete information click on link below:
The first Thursday of every month at 9:30 a.m. and the third Thursday of every month at 6:30 p.m. in the City Hall Council Chambers at 7286 Dietz Elkhorn.
The Election day for City council positions are held in May, annually. Please visit the Calendar section of the website for early voting days and times and election date and times.
City ordinances are codified through Franklin Legal Publishing or you can obtain a copy at City Hall.
Per UDC Chapter 10, Section 10.3, Sub-section (5), by Permit, a Temporary Sign is allowed on private property. Only one Sign is allowed for a thirty (30) day period during any consecutive 4-month period. To request a Temporary Sign Permit, customers must submit, in person at City Hall or by email to the Code Compliance Officer the following:
The Temporary Sign Application and Universal Application must be approved before erecting your sign. Signs can only be placed on private property. Please refer to the UDC Chapter 10 for more details.
For full details on placement of personal, commercial, community-event, and real estate signs, please visit the city's Unified Development Code, Chapter 10
Fair Oaks Ranch Utilities has a year-round mandatory watering schedule to reduce high water demand. Watering is allowed between midnight to 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. to midnight on your designated watering day based on your street address ending in:
Weekend watering is not allowed. Please click here to for additional details.
To report a non-emergency problem such illegal dumping, feeding deer, not sealing of oak wounds, etc. please submit the details on the Citizen Problem Reporter.
If you receive a Warning Notice or Final Notice for an Ordinance or Code violation, it means there is a compliance concern. All questions and inquiries need to be brought to the Code Compliance Officer Amber Little who can be reached at 210-698-0900 ext. 205 or by email.
Texas continues to receive doses of the Pfizer and Moderna COVID-19 vaccines, and is distributing statewide to hospitals, pharmacies, local health departments, freestanding ERs and other clinics. As vaccine availability increases in 2021, people will be able to get vaccinated at doctor’s offices, pharmacies, hospitals and other approved sites. You should contact your regular provider of vaccines to see whether they will be a provider of the COVID-19 vaccine. You can also visit the DSHS website for more information on where the vaccine is currently available.
According to the DSHS website frontline healthcare workers and residents at long-term care facilities (called Phase 1A) plus people over 65 with a chronic medical condition that puts at increased risk for severe illness from COVID-19 (called Phase 1B) are currently eligible to receive the COVID-19 vaccine.
Phase 1B recipients include:
According to the DSHS website the Texas Commissioner of Health appointed an Expert Vaccine Allocation Panel (EVAP) of subject matter experts to make recommendations on vaccine allocation decisions. This includes identifying groups that should be vaccinated first. The goal is to provide the most protection to vulnerable populations and critical state resources. Other groups will receive vaccines in coming months, as more vaccines are made available. We encourage you to check the DSHS website for the latest vaccine availability in Texas.
The federal government, under the umbrella of Operation Warp Speed has been working since the start of the pandemic to make a safe and effective COVID-19 vaccine available. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) carefully reviews all safety data from clinical trials and an authorizes emergency vaccine use only when the expected benefits outweigh potential risks. The Advisory Committee on Immunization Practices (ACIP) reviews all safety data before recommending any COVID-19 vaccine for use. Learn how ACIP makes vaccine recommendations. FDA and CDC will continue to monitor the safety of COVID-19 vaccines, to make sure even very rare side effects are identified.
The week of January 11, Texas will direct most COVID-19 vaccines received to large sites or hubs around the state to vaccinate more than 100,000 people.
If you are in Phase 1 and eligible to receive the vaccine, please check the COVID‑19 Vaccination Hub Providers page to find a hub near you and learn how to register.
Alternately, you can also check the websites of vaccine providers listed on the Texas COVID‑19 Vaccine Availability map to see if they have enough vaccine supply at this time.
Vaccine hubs aim to provide more vaccines quicker and easier. Texas vaccine supply is limited (but more arrives every week) and it will take time to vaccinate all.
Practice the same safety habits you’ve been doing to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Take the following precautions to limit exposure for yourself and others:
Please refer to your citation as to the date of your appearance. The appearance date listed on citation is your deadline to take care of your citation at the court window, through the mail or online. If you would to be given an opportunity to go before the Judge, you will need to appear at the court window,k request a court setting and complete the paperwork.
Full payment of your citation may also be paid online by an accepted credit card only if you are not requesting Deferment or to take a Defensive Driving Course. NOTE: Paying online will constitute a conviction and will be reported towards your driving record.
Golf carts are considered motor vehicles and only licensed drivers may operate a golf cart on City streets. Please be advised that failing to have a driver's license may result in a citation for operating a motor vehicle without a valid driver's license. Parents allowing an unlicensed driver to operate a golf cart on City streets may be issued a citation for allowing an unlicensed driver to operate a motor vehicle. Your cooperation in restricting the use of golf carts to licensed drivers only will go a long way in reducing the safety hazard on our roadways.
For more FAQs on operating golf carts on public street, click here.
The Police Department offices are open Monday through Friday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm and can be reached at (210)698-0990.
Irrigation of landscaped areas with hose-end sprinklers, soaker hoses, or automatic irrigation systems shall be limited to once a week between the hours of midnight to 10 a.m. and 8 p.m. to midnight on the authorized watering day according to the following schedule (no weekend watering): Street Address Ending in: 0 or 1 - Monday 2 or 3 - Tuesday 4 or 5 - Wednesday 6 or 7 - Thursday 8 or 9 - Friday