March 21, 2015
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Jazz on Main Concert planned for March 21
The first annual Farmersville Jazz on Main Festival will be held downtown on March 21, organized in honor of Farmersville native and renowned jazz guitarist, Herb Ellis (1921-2010). An indoor jazz concert begins downtown at Sugar Hill Cafe at 7 pm and will be headlined by alto saxophonist Wess Anderson. It will also include performances by Shelley Carrol, Daniel Louis White, and Justin Pierce. For tickets and more information CLICK HERE.
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Lane Closure Information
Walnut Street will continue to be closed for an undetermined time. Please check this area of our website for future notifications.
Be aware of construction between Orange and Hamilton Streets where driveways and connections to Highway 380 are being constructed. Watch for flag personnel directing traffic. Thank you for your patience through the construction zone. Slow down since the area is 40 mph.
Landscape Water Conditions Upgraded
We are still under drought conditions but through Stage 3, between November 1 through March 31 or as long as we are under Stage 3, please limit landscape watering with sprinklers or irrigation systems at each service address to once every 2 weeks.
Financial Transparency: The City of Farmersville is committed to providing the public with financial transparency. To see key financial documents, CLICK HERE to link to the Financial Transparency Page.
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