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The City Manager works closely with contracted professionals and appointed City officials. He makes recommendations to the City Council on policy and legislative issues.
Contact the animal shelter at 972-287-6838 and leave a message containing:
Call the Animal Shelter at 972-287-6838 and leave a message with the complaint and address of the barking dog.
The City of Seagoville Animal Shelter is open to the public:
All retaining walls require a permit. Note: Any retaining wall over 48 inches in height are required to have a permit and engineered plans and design.
The City of Seagoville only accepts applications for open positions. You can download the job application online and drop it off to the Human Resources Department. We ask you not call the Department to see if your application was received.
The Code of Ordinance states that: It shall be unlawful for any person owning, claiming or occupying, or having supervision or control of, any real property within the corporate limits of the City, to permit weeds, grass and brush to grow to a greater height than twelve (12) inches upon any such real property within one hundred (100) feet of any property line. It shall be the duty of such person to keep the area from the line of his property to the curb line next adjacent to it, if there be a curb line, and if not, then within ten (10) feet outside that property line, free and clear of the matter referred to above. All vegetation not regularly cultivated and which exceeds twelve (12) inches in height shall be presumed to be objectionable and unsightly and in violation of this section.
No. The City does not allow residents to burn anything in the City.
The City does not conduct any mosquito spraying. It is left up to Dallas HHS when to do any insect spraying. Most generally, whenever a confirmed or suspected case of insect-borne disease has been identified, Dallas County HHS will conduct the spraying.
You must appear at the court within 15 days after the date you receive the citation. You appearance date is noted on your citation, bond, summons, or release papers. You or your attorney may appear in person in open court, by mail, or you may deliver your plea in person to the court.* A phone call does not constitute an appearance. *Juveniles, persons under the age of 16 at the time of the citation, must enter their appearance in open court with a parent present. * Minors, persons under the age of 21 who received a citation for an alcohol offense or under the age of 18 who received a citation for a tobacco offense, must make their appearance in open court.
Please refer to the fee schedule.
The City does not conduct any mosquito spraying. It is left up to Dallas County Health and Human Services when to do any insect spraying. Most generally, whenever a confirmed or suspected case of insect-borne disease has been identified, Dallas County HHS will conduct the spraying.
Yes, but only residents of participating cities will not be charged for dropping off wastes if they present a current driver’s license and utility bill to verify residence in the participating city.
*Juveniles, persons under the age of 16 at the time of the citation, must enter their appearance in open court with a parent present. * Minors, persons under the age of 21 who received a citation for an alcohol offense or under the age of 18 who received a citation for a tobacco offense, must make their appearance in open court.
Please contact Casey Fillmore, Community Development Administrative Assistant for current pricing and application form. 972-287-2050- Ext. 2027
If you need to contact the Municipal Court, please call 972-287-2192.
The job of a citizen in a neighborhood watch is to be suspicious, alert, and to report any suspicious activity to the police to apprehend the criminals.
Your responsibility is to report the crime.
Please call at least two business days but not more than two weeks before you dig.
We are not able to mark your lines on your property, just the mains in the alley.
Dumping trash in unauthorized locations can lead to a number of health and safety concerns and can become a stormwater problem. Improperly disposed waste can be picked up by storm water and carried into our local waterways, harming water quality. Illegal dumping also fosters a negative image in a community. People are much more likely to dump on property where a dump site already exists. Not to mention the high costs for clean-up can run into the thousands or even millions of dollars! When county workers clean up litter and illegal dumps, your tax dollars are spent to clean up somebody else's garbage and cannot be used for other, more urgent needs.