Welcome to the City of Crockett Texas
The City of Crockett
will be observing
Saturday April 19 for the
Texas Trash Off Day
Fair Housing Activity Statement
Letter from the Mayor
Litter. A dirty word in my book. It seems that every community has a litter battle on its hand and Crockett is no different. Litter has become a huge problem in Crockett and I’m asking all of our good citizens to do their part in helping clean up our great city. Unfortunately not everyone cares about the image we put forth to the visitors and guests that come to Crockett. But if you’re like me, you see that litter is a problem and creates the appearance that we really don’t care about Crockett. The thing about litter is once it’s on the ground, it attracts more litter!
So what can we do about it? First, do like me and every so often, take a litter walk. Grab a recyclable plastic bag (or two) and take a walk around your neighborhood. Pick up the trash you see laying around, and hopefully others will take notice and follow your example.
Second, choose not to litter. Keep a litter bag or portable ash tray in your vehicle and when it is full, make sure that it gets put in its proper place.
And third, help me to spread the word. If you would like to be part of a litter cleanup effort, please contact me at (936) 544-2225.
Let’s get serious about the litter problem.
Be a Crockett Litter Gitter and let’s clean up our city!
REQUEST FOR PUBLIC COMMENT
CITY OF CROCKETT
FAIR HOUSING ACTION PLAN
A locally appointed workgroup has recently completed the States Fair Housing Activity Statement
Texas Form (FHAST Form). The FHAST Form is a process conducted by a local workgroup resulting in a locally
defined Fair Housing Action Plan. The completed form has been submitted to the General Land Office
and has received their approval. We are now seeking your comment on the FHAST Form. Comments
will be accepted until November 22, 2011. Comments may be submitted to
Ron Duncan, City of Crockett at 200 North 5th Street, Crockett, Texas 75835
or in person at the same location.
Mayor Mask's Welcome Message