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October 04, 2014

Old Time Saturday is drawing near!  If you want to be a vendor at the greatest event in Farmersville, then CLICK HERE.  Make sure to contact Cynthia Clark for vendor details at 469-422-2261 or

September 08, 2014

The Regional Transportation Council of the North Central Texas Council of Governments invites the public to learn what is happening with transportation and air quality in the region and help set priorities for the future.  CLICK HERE to see the public meeting dates and places.

September 06, 2014

Join us at the monthly Farmers & Fleas Market, held the first Saturday of the month at the historic Onion Shed in downtown, 9 am - 3 pm. Info: 972-784-6846 More info

August 23, 2014

It's Bug Tussle Time!  Get ready to hear the sounds of yore, aaaauuuuggggaaaahhhh!!   CLICK HERE for more info.

You can now pay your water/sewer/trash bill on the City's website.  If you have a ticket, you can also make payment to the Municipal Court.
Go to Services then Utilities & Services. Click on Utility Bill Pay. Or, CLICK HERE.

For a ticket, go to the same icon and click on the upper tab stating "Farmersville Municipal Court" and enter your citation number.  It's easy and convenient. If you have questions, please call City Hall at 972-782-6151.

For electric/water/sewer emergencies or repair...
Call City Hall 24 hours a day at 972-782-6151.  If after hours, an answering service will get the call to the right department.

Orange Street to Mimosa Street will have delays August 20-22.  Alternating lanes will be closed.  Watch for flag personnel directing traffic.  

Critical Water Supply Information...
North Texas Municipal Water District declares three critical factors affecting NTMWD raw water supply.  CLICK HERE for more details....

Stage 3 Drought Water Conditions
We are still under drought conditions.  With little water flowing into Lake Lavon, (our primary water supply), North Texas Municipal Water District is restricting landscape watering to once every two weeks from now to October.  For the latest News Release from NTMWD, CLICK HERE.  With the drought still underway, citizens are asked to lower their water consumption by 10% .  "The current situation seems dire, but it is temporary... and we are ALL-IN TOGETHER" states NTMWD Executive Director.  

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The Marketing Committee unifies marketing for the city by pooling resources from the Farmersville Economic Development Corporation, the Farmersville Community Development Corporation, the Farmersville Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Farmersville.  We will build awareness of the values of Farmersville and local events through multi-media, communicating a common message and thereby maximizing all groups’ return on investment.

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