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The contact information for Dallas Central Appraisal District:Website:www.dallascad.ord
Mailing Address:Dallas Central Appraisal District2949 North Stemmons FreewayDallas, TX 75247
Email and Telephone:Email for all General and Business Personal Property Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.orgEmail for all Real Property Ownership, Exemption and Change of Mailing Address Inquiries: email@example.comCustomer Service: (214)631-0910Main Switchboard: (214) 631-0520
The contact information for Ellis Central Appraisal District:
Mailing Address:Ellis Central Appraisal DistrictP.O. Box 878400 Ferris AvenueWaxahachie, TX 75165
Email and Telephone:firstname.lastname@example.org(972) 937-35521-866-348-3552
Dallas County has several Branch Offices where payments are accepted. Their hours of operation are from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday, except for Holidays.
Branch Locations: Duncanville 100 E. Wheatland Rd. 75116Farmers Branch 2436 Valley View Ln. 75234 Garland 675 W. Walnut 75040 Grand Prairie 525 W. Hwy. 303 75050Irving 530 N. O’Connor Rd. 75060Mesquite 210 W. Grubb 75149North Dallas 10056 Marsh Ln. 75229Oak Cliff 408 S. Beckley 75203 Richardson 516 Twilight Trail 75080
Printed copies of the budget are available for the public to view at the Lula B. Wylie Library.
Printed copies may also be purchased by calling the Budget Analyst at 972.291.5100 ext. 1064.
2) Certified, Certifiable Firefighter through the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
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This does not prohibit campfires in an approved fire-ring (state park), barbeque grills, masonry patio grills, chimeras, etc.
Bulky items are defined as:appliances, furniture, carpet, mattresses, furniture andfence sections (cut to 4 ft. width with no concrete).
Refrigerators, ice makers, freezers and window air conditioners must be tagged by a licensed technician as free of Freon.
This service does not include construction material, tires, automobile batteries or other parts, dead animals, hazardous waste or livestock stable matter of excessive weight or volume. Yard trash and leaves will be picked up if in plastic bags. Tree limbs must be bundled, no longer than 4 feet in length and not exceeding 50 pounds each. If there is a large amount of limbs, a special pick-up must be coordinated with Waste Management at 972.315.5400.
To find out if there is an association in your neighborhood call Neighborhood Services at 972.291.5100 ext. 1099.
Library cards are available for a fee to individuals not in the above categories. You only need a card to check out materials. Fees are $20 for one year.
A microchip is a permanent form of identification, as long the chip is registered, and the registration is kept up to date. The registration information will be filled out prior to leaving with the pet and the shelter will mail it in to the company.
The goal of requiring the pets to be microchipped is twofold:
Increase the number of pets that are reunited with their owners Increase the responsibility of pet owners who continue to allow their pets to run at large.
If you have any questions about microchips, please feel free to contact the shelter at 972.291.5335.
Library cards are available for a fee to individuals who live outside the state of Texas.. You must have a card to check out physical materials. Fees are $20 for one year.
Virtual library cards are available to anyone. Just fill out the registration form on our website www.cedarhilllibrary.org. You will be emailed a barcode to access our online resources, such as eBooks and streaming video.
Please call 972.291.7323 if you have questions.
Cedar Hill residents with a library card in good standing can be issued a TexShare card to check out books at other libraries.
For more information, please contact Leticia Bolin at 972.291.7323 or by email at email@example.com
Baby Rhyme Time Mondays, 1:30 pm Ages birth-2Preschool Storytime Wednesdays, 10:30 am Ages 3-6Toddler Storytime Fridays, 10:30 am Ages 18 mo.-3
• You may register your sale online by completing the registration form at www.cedarhilltx.com/garagesaleregistration • Obtain a registration in person at the Government Center, 285 Uptown Blvd, at the Code Enforcement Department • Call the Code Enforcement Department at 972.291.5100 ext. 1090.
Everyone that registers will have their sale listed on the City's website. Registration must be complete by noon on Thursday prior to your scheduled date to have your sale listed on the website. Other residents will be able to view and print the list of sales. Register your sale today and get free advertising on the City's website!
You can also call 972.291.5126 ext. 2806 with complete information about the location and size of the pothole.
If it is an after-hours emergency, please call 972.780.6643 and explain the nature of the problem.
The service center is located at:1554 S. Clark Rd. (just past Dot Thomas Park)
You can also call 972.291.5126 ext. 2806 with complete information.
If you have any concerns regarding work being done near your residence please feel free to contact us so that we may address those concerns with the appropriate contractors.
You can call Public Works at 972-291-5126 ext. 2853 or email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
1: Cover your mouth and nose with a tissue when coughing or sneezing 2:Wash your hands 3: Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth 4: Avoid close contact with people who are sick. 5: If you are sick, keep your distance from others, and if possible, stay home from work, school and errands.
Waste Management is the approved solid waste collector for the City of Cedar Hill.
Trash must be out by 7 a.m. on designated pickup day.
Recycling for the entire city is picked up on your designated trash pick up day.
Holiday pickupOn New Year’s Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day, trash service will not be provided. If your collection day is Monday or Tuesday, your makeup day is Wednesday. If your day is Thursday or Friday, Saturday is your makeup day.
Trash must be placed in plastic garbage bags, not left in trash cans. Plastic garbage bags must be 2 mil thick and no larger than 30 gallons in capacity.
Residents may call Waste Management at 972.315.5400 about missed trash pickups or other trash pickup concerns.
By definition, “bulky items” would include stoves, water tanks, washing machines, furniture and other waste materials. Refrigerators, icemakers, freezers, and window air conditioners will also be picked up, but they must have an attached certificate from a technician certifying that Freon has been removed from the appliance.
Items that can not picked up as bulky items are construction debris, dead animals, hazardous waste or livestock stable matter of excessive weight or volume.
Yard trash and grass clippings will be picked up if in plastic bags. Tree limbs must be bundled, no longer than 4 feet in length and not exceeding 50 pounds each. If there is a large amount of limbs, a special pick-up must be coordinated with Waste Management at 972.315.5400.
The closest landfill that can be used to personally dispose of construction material or solid waste items:
Skyline Landfill 1251 N. Central Ave Ferris, TX 75125972.315.5400
1. Start with water consumption values(in thousand, i.e. "15" represents 15,000 gallons)for November on the December bill; December on the January bill; January on the February bill; and February on the March bill.
2. Drop the highest consumption of the above four months
3. Add the remaining 3 months’ consumption, divide by 3 to find the average
4. Multiply the result by .90
5. Subtract 1(as in 1,000 gallons)from the value obtained in step 4
6. Multiply the value in step 5 by $7.44
7. Add $8.60 to the value from Step 6 (to account for the 1,000 gallons subtracted from step 5 to get the new sewer rate.
The maximum monthly residential sewer charge is $75.00 and the minimum is $8.60.
For additional information, please contact the Utility Billing Department at 469.272.2931.
Cedar Hill High School101 Long HornCedar Hill, TX 75104
This service is provided at no charge to the citizen, but must provide proof of residency with a copy of recent water bill or similar. Keep your eye out for future Household Hazardous Waste announcements in the Highlights newsletter.
The City of Cedar Hill now contracts with the City of Fort Worth to provide disposal services for household hazardous waste. Residents of Cedar Hill are invited to use Fort Worth's Environmental Collection Center (ECC) located at 6400 Bridge Street, just off of I-30E and 820. This service is offered free of charge to residents of participating cities on Thursdays and Fridays from 11:00 am - 7:00 pm and on Saturdays from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm. The center is closed on City holidays. For more information (including a map), visit their website or you may call the ECC Information Line at 817.871.5257.
The Fort Worth disposal facility will accept most all materials excluding ammunition, explosives, medical waste, radioactive material (smoke detectors) tires, waste generated by businesses, and propane and butane cylinders. To use this disposal service, you must present proof of residency either with a copy of your current water bill or a valid driver's license. Fort Worth's Environmental Collection Center
West Nile fever is a case of mild disease in people, characterized by flu like symptoms. West Nile fever typically lasts only a few days and does not appear to cause any long-term health effects.
More severe disease due to a person being infected with this virus can be West Nile encephalitis, West Nile meningitis, or West Nile meningoencephalitis. Encephalitis refers to an inflammation of the brain, meningitis is an inflammation of the membrane around the brain and the spinal cord, and meningoencephalitis refers to inflammation of the brain and the membrane surrounding it.
Milder Symptoms in Some People. Up to 20 percent of the people who become infected have symptoms such as fever, headache, and body aches, nausea, vomiting, and sometimes swollen lymph glands or a skin rash on the chest, stomach and back. Symptoms can last for as short as a few days, though even healthy people have become sick for several weeks.
No Symptoms in Most People. Approximately 80 percent of people (about 4 out of 5) who are infected with WNV will not show any symptoms at all.
Repair any leaking plumbing and outside faucets
2.Dusk and dawn are the times of day you should stay indoors when mosquitoes are most active.
3.Dress in long-sleeved shirts and wear pants when you are outside. Spray thin clothing with insect repellent.
4.DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide) is an ingredient to look for in insect repellent.