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ONLINE BILL PAY / TICKET
To pay your water/sewer/trash bill on the City's website: Go to Services then Utilities & Services. Click on Utility Bill Pay. Or, CLICK HERE.
To pay your ticket on the website: CLICK HERE then click on Farmersville Municipal Court, and enter your citation number. 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, the answering service will get the call to the right department.
CONSTRUCTION ZONE ON HIGHWAY 380
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 East of Main Street to Hamilton Streets where driveways and connections to Highway 380 are being constructed. Watch for flag personnel directing traffic for alternating lanes. This work will be performed starting Tuesday, April 21st through Friday, April 24th. Thank you for your patience through the construction zone. Slow down since the area is 40 mph.
WATER RELEASE FROM LAKE LAVON
US Army corp of Engineers monitors reservoir levels for flood mitigation. For more details, CLICK HERE for the latest News Release.
WATER RESTRICTIONS EASE EFFECTIVE MAY 1ST
NTMWD has allowed twice per week watering, if needed after almost 5 years being under drought restrictions. CLICK HERE for the Press Release.
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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