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The contact information for Dallas Central Appraisal District:Website:www.dallascad.ord
Mailing Address:Dallas Central Appraisal District2949 North Stemmons FreewayDallas, TX 75247
Email and Telephone:Email for all General and Business Personal Property Inquiries: email@example.comEmail for all Real Property Ownership, Exemption and Change of Mailing Address Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.orgCustomer Service: (214)631-0910Main Switchboard: (214) 631-0520
The contact information for Ellis Central Appraisal District:
Mailing Address:Ellis Central Appraisal DistrictP.O. Box 878400 Ferris AvenueWaxahachie, TX 75165
Email and Telephone:email@example.com(972) 937-35521-866-348-3552
Dallas County has several Branch Offices where payments are accepted. Their hours of operation are from 7:00 am – 5:00 pm, Monday – Friday, except for Holidays.
Branch Locations: Duncanville 100 E. Wheatland Rd. 75116Farmers Branch 2436 Valley View Ln. 75234 Garland 675 W. Walnut 75040 Grand Prairie 525 W. Hwy. 303 75050Irving 530 N. O’Connor Rd. 75060Mesquite 210 W. Grubb 75149North Dallas 10056 Marsh Ln. 75229Oak Cliff 408 S. Beckley 75203 Richardson 516 Twilight Trail 75080
Printed copies of the budget are available for the public to view at the Lula B. Wylie Library.
Printed copies may also be purchased by calling the Budget Analyst at 972.291.5100 ext. 1064.
2) Certified, Certifiable Firefighter through the Texas Commission on Fire Protection. and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT)
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This does not prohibit campfires in an approved fire-ring (state park), barbeque grills, masonry patio grills, chimeras, etc.
Garage sales and yard sale events are required to be registered by City Ordinance. The good thing is that online registration is easy and your garage sale will be listed on the City’s website to help bring you more customers. Click the link to see the current week's sales and on the page you'll find a link to register your sale.
Open records requests must be made in writing by letter, email or fax to the attention of the City Secretary.
Mail:City SecretaryGovernment Center285 Uptown BoulevardBuilding 100Cedar Hill, TX 75104
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Monthly curbside brush pickup is available. Check the link for a map showing collection areas. Week 1 is the week of the first Monday of the month, Week 2 is the week of the second Monday. Brush must be placed at the curb early on Monday of your week for collection during the week. Do not put brush on top of water meters.
You should call Oncor at 888-313-4747. Or visit Oncor.com to report and see when power is expected to be restored. Calling the city will not help.
Report streetlight outages online or call toll-free 888-313-4747.
Trash/recycled material is picked up on the same day, weekly. Visit the link below for a map of collection days. Pickup is from the alley, if available, or the curb. Please place the recycle cart (yellow lid) within three feet of the curb or alley. No sorting is necessary.If you have a problem or question related to trash/recycled material collection, please visit the Cedar Hill Going Green page or call the City (during business hours) at 972-291-5100, extension 1003.
On your weekly trash/recycling collection day you are allowed to set out 1 additional bulky item or 4 bundles of brush. Bulky items are defined as: appliances, furniture, carpet, mattresses, furniture and fence sections (cut to 4 feet width with no concrete). Refrigerators, ice makers, freezers and window air conditioners must be tagged by a licensed technician as free of Freon. This service does not include construction material, tires, automobile batteries or other parts, dead animals, hazardous waste or livestock stable matter of excessive weight or volume. Yard trash and leaves will be picked up if in plastic bags. Tree limbs must be bundled, no longer than 4 feet in length and not exceeding 50 pounds each. If there is a large amount of limbs, a special pick-up must be coordinated with Waste Management at 972-315-5400.
Many but not all subdivision have homeowners associations.
To find out if there is an association in your neighborhood call Neighborhood Services at 972-291-5100, ext. 1099.
Yes, City Ordinance requires that weeds and grass be maintained at a height not exceeding 12 inches. Call Code Enforcement to request an inspection at 972-291-5100, ext. 1094,or click the "Access Cedar Hill" button on the home page of the City website and click on "Code Enforcement" to request an inspection. This service is available 24/7.
You can report a pothole using the "Submit a Request" button on the home page of the City website. Or call 972-291-5126 with complete information about the location and size of the pothole. If it is an after-hours emergency, please call 972-780-6643 and explain the nature of the problem.
Any Texas resident may have a library card free of charge (with a Texas driver's license and proof of address which includes a rental or lease agreement, voter's registration card, car insurance, and/or utility bill, etc). Library cards are available for a fee to individuals not in the above categories. You only need a card to check out materials. Fees are $20 for one year.
All animals adopted or reclaimed from the Tri-City Animal Shelter & Adoption Center will be required to be microchipped. The fee for this is $25 and includes free registration with the national microchip company, AVID. A microchip is a permanent form of identification, as long the chip is registered, and the registration is kept up to date. The registration information will be filled out prior to leaving with the pet and the shelter will mail it in to the company. The goal of requiring the pets to be microchipped is twofold: Increase the number of pets that are reunited with their owners Increase the responsibility of pet owners who continue to allow their pets to run at large. If you have any questions about microchips, please feel free to contact the shelter at 972-291-5335.
Yes, a permit is required for a new fence and when replacing more than 50% of an existing fence. Permit forms are available at the link below or from the Planning Department, 2nd floor of the Cedar Hill Government Center at 285 Uptown Village. A $25 fee is required when the form is filed with the Planning Department. More information on fences is available at Building Inspections page or call the Building Inspection Department at 972-291-5100, ext.1090.
Any Texas resident may have a library card free of charge (with a Texas driver's license and proof of address which includes a rental or lease agreement, voter's registration card, car insurance, and/or utility bill, etc). Library cards are available for a fee to individuals who live outside the state of Texas.
You must have a card to check out physical materials. Fees are $20 for one year. Virtual library cards are available to anyone. Just fill out the registration form on our City Hill Library website. You will be emailed a barcode to access our online resources, such as eBooks and streaming video.
Yes, the library currently has public-use computers. A one-day guest pass is available to adults who do not have a library card.
The computers are reserved on a first-come, first served basis and can be used in one-hour increments. Please call 972-291-7323 if you have questions.
Books and materials not owned by the Zula B. Wylie Library may be available through the Interlibrary Loan process. This service is available at the Reference Desk. Interlibrary Loan is not an instant service and can take anywhere from 2 to 6 weeks (on average) to receive an item from another library.
When the item you requested is received, you will be notified and have 3 days to pick up the item. There is a $1.25 postage fee applied to each item that you request. Cedar Hill residents with a library card in good standing can be issued a TexShare card to check out books at other libraries.
For more information, please contact Leticia Bolin at 972-291-7323 or email Leticia Bolin.
You will find us at:225 Cedar StreetCedar Hill, Texas 75104
Our main number is 972-291-7323, ext. 1300 will get you to a live person.
Yes. Please check our Library Calendar on our website for details.
A lost Library Card should be reported immediately. There is a $2 fee to replace your lost card.
Your barcode is the 14 digit number on the back of your library card (no spaces between digits). Your Personal Identification Number (PIN) is usually the last four digits of your phone number unless you registered online providing your own PIN or you authorized a library employee to assign a number for you.
The email is a courtesy provided by the Library. This notice is subject to internet outages. You are not relieved of your obligation to return materials and pay your fines.
• You may register your sale online by completing the registration form at www.cedarhilltx.com/garagesaleregistration • Obtain a registration in person at the Government Center, 285 Uptown Blvd, at the Code Enforcement Department • Call the Code Enforcement Department at 972.291.5100 ext. 1090.
Everyone that registers will have their sale listed on the City's website. Registration must be complete by noon on Thursday prior to your scheduled date to have your sale listed on the website. Other residents will be able to view and print the list of sales. Register your sale today and get free advertising on the City's website!
Cedar Hill currently has 32 park properties varying from Community Parks, Neighborhood Parks to "Other Parks" which include Special Purpose Parks and Greenbelts and Wildlife Corridors. Parks are open daily from 5:30 am to 11:30 pm. No alcoholic beverages are allowed and reservations are required for all organized activities.
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In most cases the Parks and Recreation Department, with the exception of the High Pointe subdivision which is maintained by the High Pointe Public Improvement District (PID) and the Lake Ridge subdivision which is maintained by Bluegreen Southwest.
The Heritage House is privately owned, but available for city use and residents of Cedar Hill. It is available for rental. Please call 469-454-4276 or visit
You can also call 972.291.5126 ext. 2806 with complete information about the location and size of the pothole.
If it is an after-hours emergency, please call 972.780.6643 and explain the nature of the problem.
The service center is located at:1554 S. Clark Rd. (just past Dot Thomas Park)
You can also call 972.291.5126 ext. 2806 with complete information.
If you have any concerns regarding work being done near your residence please feel free to contact us so that we may address those concerns with the appropriate contractors.
You can call Public Works at 972-291-5126 ext. 2853 or email the information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
West Nile fever is a case of mild disease in people, characterized by flu like symptoms. West Nile fever typically lasts only a few days and does not appear to cause any long-term health effects.
More severe disease due to a person being infected with this virus can be West Nile encephalitis, West Nile meningitis, or West Nile meningoencephalitis. Encephalitis refers to an inflammation of the brain, meningitis is an inflammation of the membrane around the brain and the spinal cord, and meningoencephalitis refers to inflammation of the brain and the membrane surrounding it.
Milder Symptoms in Some People. Up to 20 percent of the people who become infected have symptoms such as fever, headache, and body aches, nausea, vomiting, and sometimes swollen lymph glands or a skin rash on the chest, stomach and back. Symptoms can last for as short as a few days, though even healthy people have become sick for several weeks.
No Symptoms in Most People. Approximately 80 percent of people (about 4 out of 5) who are infected with WNV will not show any symptoms at all.
Repair any leaking plumbing and outside faucets
2.Dusk and dawn are the times of day you should stay indoors when mosquitoes are most active.
3.Dress in long-sleeved shirts and wear pants when you are outside. Spray thin clothing with insect repellent.
4.DEET (N, N-diethyl-m-toluamide) is an ingredient to look for in insect repellent.