Consumer Confidence Report

Annual Drinking Water Quality Report
January 1 to December 31, 2016


Hard copies of the Water Quality Report
for 2016 can be found at the J.H. Wootters Crockett Public Library
located at 709 E. Houston


The City of Crockett has had an increase in citizen complaints of
disabled or junk vehicles on various properties throughout the city.
Due to this, our city code and law enforcement officers will begin focusing on
eliminating these nuisance vehicles. Please help us in addressing this problem
by being proactive and taking care of these issues before city officials intervene.


The City of Crockett’s
Code of Ordinances and Home Rule Charter

Are now being hosted at
Municipal Code Corporation’s web si
te
Button-Go-website


2018 DEBT SERVICE PAYMENTS

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PUBLIC NOTICE CITY OF CROCKETT

This notice serves to notify all interested persons that the
City of Crockett intends to file an application with the USDA Rural Development,
Rural Utilities Service for financial assistance for the following projects:

  • East Elevated Tank Coatings Replacement
  • Southwest Elevated Tank Coating and Fill Line Replacement
  • Ground Storage Tank Replacement
  • Installation of Automatic Radio Read Water Meters

Any questions or comments regarding this application
may be addressed to the City of Crockett Water Department,
200 N. 5th Street, Crockett, TX 75835 or call (936) 544-5156.


CITY OF CROCKETT, TEXAS
ANNUAL FINANCIAL REPORT
For the Year Ended September 30, 2015


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 Map of new garbage collection schedule

Listing of streets by collection days
Monday   Tuesday   Wednesday   Thursday   Friday

We recommended that residents and business owners
check back here for updates on a regular basis.
Frequently Asked Questions
about the upcoming changes to our
Solid Waste program

 City of Crockett Yard Waste Site  
operating hours are
10:00am to 3:00pm Monday thru Friday

Click for Map


City of Crockett Annual Budget
Fiscal Year 2016

Fair Housing Activity Statement


 

 

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