City Hall will closed at 4:00 pm Tuesday, July 31st and will re-open at 7:30 am August 1st. We apologize for any inconvenience.
City Meetings: City Commission November 8th & 27th.
CRA November 8th
Parks & Recreation 14th
HOLIDAYS: CITY HALL CLOSED NOVEMBER 12TH FOR VETERANS DAY, NOVEMBER 22ND FOR THANKSGIVING.
TAG OFFICE – Don’t forget you can process your tag and title work at City Hall. Sorry, not driver’s license.
PARKS AND RECREATION
The Public Works Department has had another busy month….
Since the rain has finally let up some, the streets department has been working diligently on getting the roads repaired with filling pot holes and trimming back along the roads.
Work has begun on the Southside Sewer Project. This will keep us busy for the next few months. We ask that you avoid using this area unless necessary and if you need to travel through this area please use caution as there is lots of working going on.
The water department has been flushing hydrants, reading meters and assisting our residents with other needs as they arise.
Public Works would like to thank Ricky, Jason and Michael for assisting CRA with hanging the murals around the city last month. These are a beautiful addition to our City!
Once again, we would like to remind you that Bulk pickup is on the First and Third Friday of the months. Should you have any items for bulk pickup, we ask that you call the Public Works Department Monday-Wednesday of the week of bulk, so they can get this scheduled for you. They can be reached at 386-454-2134. The Public Works Deparment would also like to ask that if you have any missed pickups, that you contact them at the number listed above on the Monday following your missed pickup, so that they can get a missed pickup for you on Tuesday.
From the Public Works Department, we wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving!
Residents who reside in the Southside area, please contact the Finance Department to set up your payment plan and sign a promissory note prior to sewer installation.
October is breast cancer awareness Month and we here at HSPD have been spreading awareness of the disease throughout town on one of our vehicles. Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. It is important to educate yourself on the importance of early screenings, causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatments for this disease. Getting mammograms early is recommended to help lower your risks involved with breast cancer. Please use this memo as a reminder from HSPD to go get your annual screening done.
The Planning, Development and Codes office has relocated to 23666 NW 185th Road, (the old depot building). They now have a direct line for scheduling inspections – (386) 454-6222.