"Birthplace of the Cowboy"
  May 27, 2017

Notices

 

Watering Schedule: The City of Pleasanton watering schedule is shown below. During the mandatory stages of this plan, watering with irrigation system or hose-end sprinklers is prohibited between the hours of 10:00 a.m. and 8:00 p.m.. Landscape watering is permitted at any time or day with a bucket or watering can. (Click HERE to view Ordinance No. 15-1141 Water Conservation Plan in full detail)

 

Stage 1
Stage 2
Stage 3

VOLUNTARY

 

Odd Address

Saturday and Wednesday

 

Even Address

Sunday and Thursday

MANDATORY

 

Odd Address

Wednesday

 

Even Address

Thursday

All outdoor; non-essential, or discretionary uses of water are prohibited
 
 

 

October 10, 2014:

 

Republic will now be providing a recycle pick up service. This service will be every other Wednesday beginning October 22, 2014. Items that can be placed in the recycling bins will include:

 

CANS-CLEAN ALUMINUM, TIN/STEEL CONTAINERS.
CARDBOARD-CLEAN BOXES, CLEAN BOX STUFFERS, ENVELOPES, DRINK CONTAINERS.
NEWSPAPER-CLEAN, DRY, UNSOILED NEWSPAPER.
PLASTIC- PETE & HDPE CONTAINERS (MILK JUGS * SOFT DRINK CONTAINERS)
ABSOLUTELY NO GLASS!!!

 

Also, if you do not want your old recycle bin, you may place it inside the new recycle bin and it will be picked up.

 

If you have any further question, please contact Sherry Broom at City Hall

 

December 28, 2015

 

The Pleasanton Fire Department is giving away free smoke alarms to residents of the City of Pleasanton. They will come in and install the smoke alarms in all sleeping areas and hallways of your residence. To schedule an installation please call (830) 569-2813.

 

 

February 17, 2016

 

The City Council approved to reduce the cost of 1” irrigation water taps from $2,000.00 to $1,250.00. 

 

This cost reduction will only be in effect from February 1 thru April 15 for the years of 2016, 2017, and 2018. 

 

With this special, there will be NO payment plans and the 1” irrigation tap will only be accompanied with a 1” residential irrigation meter.

 

Customers who wish to purchase an irrigation tap should see Megan Caballero in the Community Development Department who will guide customers through the procedure to purchase the tap

 

August 31, 2016

 

Notice of Public Hearing

 

Notice is hereby given that two public hearings will be held by the Pleasanton City Council for the purpose of considering annexation of approximately 162± acres of land located generally west of Crestline Dr. and land along Brian Dr., in the City’s extraterritorial jurisdiction. The first public hearing will be held September 15, 2016, at 6:00 p.m. and the second meeting will be held on September 22, 2016 at 12:00 p.m.  Both hearings will be held in the City Council Chambers, 108 Second Street, Pleasanton, Texas.  All interested parties are hereby notified and invited to appear and be heard concerning the proposed annexation.

 

Map of proposed area to be annexed

 

Service Plan for proposed area to be annexed

 

 

February 15, 2017

 

March 2017 BRUSH/BULKY TRASH PICK-UP

“Keep Pleasanton Beautiful”

 

    Community Development Services Department reminds everyone that:

     

    • Trash shall not be placed at curbside more than 2 weeks prior to the pick-up dates as stated below.
      ******* Subject to citation if placed earlier than the 2 weeks********
    • Trash shall not be more than 10 cubic yards per Residential Unit, additional charges will apply if more than 10 cubic ft.
      (Length x Width x Height = 270 cubic feet = 10 cubic yards)
    • To not place hazardous waste, dead animals, tires, oils, chemicals, special waste, etc. in piles.
    • Trash shall be placed away from obstacles preventing pick-up (such as power lines and tree branches)
    • To notify Community Development Services before pick-up for combined piles to prevent additional charges for having more than 10 cubic yards at a single location
      Waste shall be placed at curbside prior to start day ...NO EXCEPTIONS... see below for dates

     

    Area 1 Pick-up starts March 20th – thru 24th for the areas West of Bryant St. and North of Oaklawn Street (Curbside placement starts March 6th for Area 1)

    Area 2: Pick-up starts March 27th thru 31th for the areas west of Hwy. 281 to Bryant St. and South of Goodwin (Curbside placement starts March 13th for area 2)

    Area 3: Pick-up starts April 3 thru 7th for the areas East of Hwy. 281 and North of Industrial Park (Curbside placement starts on March 20th for Area 3)


    Waste shall be placed at curbside prior to start day ...NO EXCEPTIONS...

For inquiries contact 830-569-3867 Ext. 223

 

 

March 3, 2017

 

The City of Pleasanton has begun a City wide Street Reconstruction program. The next phase of the reconstruction project involves the following streets: Colony Drive, Gateway and Oakhaven. Actual work on this construction project is scheduled to begin March 20, 2017. The purpose of this letter is to inform residents along the project streets of the upcoming work to allow a smooth transition while the streets are being worked on.
 

Information regarding construction schedule, closure of streets, coordination of driveways, and an opportunity to discuss issues with residents of these streets will be held in a meeting at the Civic Center Meeting Room located at 115 North Main Street on March 9, 2017 at 6:00 pm. The project design engineer will be present to facilitate discussion and answer any questions. Letters are being sent to all know residents of the streets that will be reconstructed.

 

 

City Charter and Ordinances

Pleasanton City Charter and Code of Ordinances

 

Key Ordinances

Water Deposit/Rate Ordinance

Impact Fees

Flood Ordinance 10-21-2010

Land Use and Subdivisions

Grease trap ordinance

Haulers requirements

Liquid hauler permit

 

 

Public Information

Adopted FY 2015-2016 Budget

District Map 2016

2025 Master Plan

Allied Waste Service Announcement

New Solid Waste Charges

Hotel/Motel Grant Acknowledgement Form

 

Hotel/Motel Grant Application

 

Hotel/Motel Grant Post-Event Form



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