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Property Tax Exemption For Winter Storm Damage

 

On Friday, February 12, 2021 Governor Greg Abbott issued a Disaster Declaration in response to severe winter weather in Texas. This declaration enables property owners in Collin County to file for a temporary property tax exemption under Section 11.35 of the Texas Property Tax Code for qualified property damaged by the disaster. In an area declared a disaster area by the Governor, Tax Code Section 11.35 allows a qualified property that is at least 15 percent damaged by a disaster to receive a temporary exemption of a portion of the appraised value of the qualified property. A property owner must apply for the temporary exemption, and the deadline for application is 105 days after the Governor declares a disaster area. The deadline for filing the 2021 application for exemption is May 28, 2021. You can mail your application to the Collin Central Appraisal District, 250 Eldorado Pkwy., McKinney 75069 or via email to exemptions@cadcollin.org

 

Collin CAD Press Release

 

Disaster Damage Exemption Application, form 50-312

 

 


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NTMWD Lifts Extreme Winter Weather Conservation Measures

The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) lifts its request to curtail or limit non-essential water use within its service area. In coordination with the cities and utilities served by NTMWD, the District has been able to consistently produce enough treated water to meet the water demands over the past several days.

Official Press Release


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Disaster Assistance for Texans Impacted by Severe Winter Weather

On February 19, 2021 the federal government issued a major disaster declaration for Texas due to the recent severe winter weather. The declaration provides for direct assistance for disaster survivors in 77 counties, including Collin County. The Individual Assistance (IA) authorized by the declaration is provided through the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA). This assistance can include grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses and other programs to help individuals and business owners recover from the effects of this storm. 

 

Click on read more for full details and links.

 

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Annual Water System NTMWD Maintenance Planned March 1 – 29

The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) will temporarily change the disinfectant in its water treatment process from March 1 through March 29, 2021. The annual, routine change is necessary to maintain the regional system and year-round water quality.

Download and read the Press Release.


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Governor Abbott, TDEM Urge Texans To Submit Self Reporting Damage Survey

Governor Greg Abbott and the Texas Division of Emergency Management (TDEM) are encouraging Texans to complete theSelf Reporting Damage Surveyto help the state identify damages across Texas and help emergency management officials gain an understanding of damages that occurred during the recent winter weather.

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NEPA Public Notification - Frisco Road Reconstruction

The Frisco Road Four Lane Reconstruction Project.

Click here for notice.


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Solid Waste Update

Republic Services will resume residential and commercial services on Monday, February 22.

If residents have trash that does not fit into the cart due to this week’s canceled services, Republic will pick up bagged items set out beside the cart. Note-Republic will only be doing this for the week of February 22.

Week 3 bulk/brush pickup will also be moved to the week of February 22. Efforts will be made to get through all of week 3 and start on week 4 bulk pickup. Collection will happen as quickly as possible to get back on normal schedule but there may be delays due to this week’s inclement weather.

Thank you for your continued patience during this unprecedented winter weather event.


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Need to Report an Outage?

Need to report a gas/power outage or leak?

Contact:

CoServ 844-330-0763 

Oncor 888-313-4747, texting OUT to 66267, using the MyOncor app or visiting Oncor.com

GCEC 903-482-7111

Atmos 866-322-8667

Town of Fairview After Hours Water Emergency Number:

972-886-4229


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Vaccine Hubs in Collin County

Collin County announced today that two more vaccine hubs are set to open due to a large increase in available doses. Information can be found on the Collin County website


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Collin County Announces Vaccine Partnership with Local Cities

Collin County has launched a new cooperative partnership with the Town of Fairview and several other local cities to assist in COVID-19 vaccine registration and distribution. The Town will not be administering vaccines to the public. The Town of Fairview, like many small and mid-sized cities, does not have the staffing or resources required to provide COVID-19 vaccines to the public. The Town is supporting Collin County’s efforts by promoting their COVID-19 vaccine wait list webpage.

Only Collin County residents who meet Texas Department of State Health Services Phase 1A or 1B criteria and vaccine specific minimum age requirement can register at this time. The online registration form will take requests in the order received, let the registrant know where they are in line for the vaccine, then notify them when vaccines become available from Collin County’s health department and schedule appointments.

In a recent Collin County news release, individuals were encouraged to contact their primary health care provider and their local pharmacy to inquire about additional vaccine availability because of the limited volume of vaccines available. Most private health care providers (pharmacies, hospitals, physicians) maintain their own vaccine waitlists separate from the Collin County wait list.

Visit the Collin County COVID-19 vaccine information webpage to sign up.


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COVID-19 Vaccine

The Town of Fairview has received several phone calls and emails from individuals inquiring about how they or someone they know can receive a COVID-19 vaccine. COVID-19 vaccines are currently not available to the general public and the Texas Department of State Health Services (DSHS) has only authorized certain groups of individuals to be vaccinated at this time... READ MORE


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Household Hazardous Waste Collection

In anticipation of Spring cleaning we have scheduled our Annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event. It will take place on Saturday, April 10, 2021 at Fairview Fire Station #1 (500 State Highway 5) from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. To participate in the collection a valid driver’s license with a Fairview address or a town issued water bill must be presented at the time of drop-off.

Download the flyer for all the details of what you can and can not bring. 


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Monthly Outdoor Siren Testing

At Noon on the first Wednesday of every month there is an audible test of the outdoor warning sirens.

 

Tests will not be performed during severe weather events. If Fairview is experiencing severe weather on a scheduled siren testing date, please assume the siren is weather-related and seek shelter immediately.

 

Read more about Fairview’s outdoor siren testing by clicking on “Read More” below.

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FS#1 Construction Updates

Follow along with Fire station #1 Construction updates. We'll post pictures and information about what's happening on site. Go to the Fire Department page and click onthe FS#1 Updates Tab


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Council Presentations

The Fairview Town Council has requested that certain presentations made during a Council meeting be made available to the public. We will update this Top News Item when new presentations are available.

New Report and Presentation added Tuesday, December 15, 2020

Click on the Read More link to access recent presentations.

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Coronavirus Updates

For all the latest information, notices and County Statements you can go to our dedicated COVID-19 page. 

 

You will find Fact sheets from the CDC, Daily Updates from Collin County, Contact information for the CDC, Texas Health & Human Services and the Collin County Health Care Services Department; as well as notices regarding facility closures, court postponements, event cancellations and the suspension of Bulk and Recycling Services. 

 


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Fairview Named 5th Safest City

SafeWise, a leading online safety resource, recently released their 2020 Safest Cities list and placed the Town of Fairview at number 5, behind Fulshear, Hutto, San Elizario and Trophy Club. Murphy, Allen and Frisco were in the top 50 as well.

 

Click Read More for the details.

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Collin Cares Economic Recovery Programs

On August 24, the Collin County Commissioners Court set aside $15 million in grant money for small businesses affected by COVID-19. Download the small business grant flyer.

 

Visit the Collin Cares program page for details on all the economic recovery programs being offered. 


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Town Playgrounds & Basketball Courts

 

All playgrounds, basketball courts and pavilions will open on Monday, June 1, 2020. It is recommended to continue social distancing when possible.

 

Town facilities normally available for rental including the Community Room at Fire Station 2 and Town Hall will remain closed until the disaster declaration is rescinded.


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Open for Business

Restaurants and Businesses are opening up. Visit the Fairview Town Center website for a listing. Also open (not in FTC) are Palio's Pizza Kitchen, Pho Crystal and Game On Sports Bar and Grill.


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Message from Mayor Lessner

We are all going through unprecedented times with the COVID pandemic and the human toll on the safety of our families and the impact to our economy is something none of us have experienced in our lifetimes. I know that there is an incredible amount of information out there related to this disease, how it is spread, how it is going to be contained, how and when the economy will get back to some sense of normalcy. Hopefully there will be a return to normal over the next few months as we work through how that happens.

Click on Read More for the Full Message.

 

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Disaster Declaration & Closure Notice

The Town of Fairview Mayor and Town Council approved (on March 26, 2020) an extension to the local declaration of emergency due to the public health emergency created by the spread of COVID-19. This declaration updated April 8, 2020, as well as the facility closures mentioned below is in effect until the Town Council rescinds the Ordinance. 

Town of Fairview buildings and facilities are closed or have restricted access to the public. Detailed information about Municipal Courts, Town Hall, Police, Permitting, Inspections, Utility Billing, Town Secretary's Office, Public Works, Boards and Commission Meetings, Parks, Trails and Facility Rentals can be found here.


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Sign Up for Nixle Notification System for Emergency & Community Information

Nixle messaging is one of the ways the Town can communicate emergency or other community information to residents.  This was one of the ways the Town was able to communicate the information about the recent water line break and the resulting boil water notice. That information is provided to subscribers through text messages to your phone and via email.  All residents are encouraged to sign up for this notification system.  There is no charge from the town for this service, but message and data rates may apply if you chose to receive alerts through your cell phone and/or smart devices.

This system allows residents to receive the following types of alerts and notifications

  • Emergency Alerts (i.e. tornado warning, major water issues)
  • Advisory Notifications (i.e. road closures, police activity, severe weather)
  • Community Notification (i.e. town hall updates, event information)

There are three ways to sign up:

  • Sign up by texting the word Fairview to 888777
  • Sign up using the Nixle widget on the homepage of the town website at www.fairviewtexas.org . Using this sign up method will result in you needing to enter the Town of  Fairview 75069 zip code.
  • Sign up through Nixle’s website at www.nixle.com . Using this sign up method will result in you needing to enter the Town of Fairview 75069 zip code.

No matter which method you decide to use as a means of signing up it’s recommended that you register an account at Nixle’s website to customize what messages you receive and how you receive them. Registering an account through Nixle’s website will also allow those signing up via text message to add an email address for receiving alerts and notifications.

How will I receive messages?

If you sign up by texting the word Fairview to 888777 then you will receive messages through your cell phone and/or smart device.

If you sign up using the widget on the town’s website or through the Nixle website you have the ability to enter both your cell number and email address for receiving alerts and notifications.

However you chose to sign up, by registering an account at www.nixle.com you can customize how you want to receive alerts and notifications and whether you would like to receive messages from municipalities/agencies other than Fairview.

Citizens can receive Emergency Alerts and Advisory Notifications through text message and/or email. Community Notifications can only be received via email, which means you must provide an email address.


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2021 Trash and Recycle Collection Calendar and Maps

View the December - February Map and Schedule(2 pages) for information about pick up days and weeks as well as valuable tips and guidelines for placing your trash and recycling out for pick up.

The entire 2021 Calendar is also available for download. 

If you have additional questions, contact the Utility Billing Department at 972-886-4242 or utilitybilling@fairviewtexas.org.


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Fraud Alert: Money Transfer Service Scam

Town Staff and the Fairview Police Department have been made aware of a telephone scam recently occurring to residents in the Town. In this phone scam, the crook calls and states it is an urgent situation in order to garner the victim’s immediate attention and lessen suspicion.

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Ten-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

In 2016, the Council and Staff worked on a 10-year CIP to help plan for improvements for the Town's future needs including infrastructure, buildings, technology and major equipment. Learn about the CIP in this presentation given before the Council.


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Collin County Rides Transportation Program

Collin County Rides, a transportation program offered by Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART), is available in Fairview to those 65 years of age or older and/or has a certified disability.

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Planning and Zoning

To review current Planning and Zoning items, please click here and select the "Current Planning" tab For questions or concerns, please contact Planning Manager Israel Roberts at iroberts@fairviewtexas.org or 972-562-0522 ext. 5094.
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Renew Your Alarm Permit

The Town of Fairview requires all alarm systems in any home or business in Fairview, whether monitored or not, to have a valid Alarm Permit. To renew your permit, simply visit https://www.fairviewtexasalarm.com/public/ and enter your login name and password...

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Customer Service Representative/Administrative Assistant

Click here for more information on the posting for Customer Service Representative/Administrative Assistant


HR Documents

Fairview Employment Application Police Officer Personal History Statement and Waiver Fire Personal History Statement Fire Department Agility Test
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Event Calendar

 

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