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    House Bill 2439

    In an interview with Waxahachie Daily Light, our City Manager and Assistant City Manager discuss how HB 2439, effective September 1, 2019, has taken away local control over building standards. Click here to read the article.
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    Staff Training

    The Utility Billing office will be closed for staff training on Thursday, September 19th from 10 AM to 12 noon. You may pay your bill on our website or by calling our pay-by-phone system at 1-866-907-3821 during this time.
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    Ledgestone Lane Opens

    Please be advised that beginning tomorrow morning at 7:00 am (Friday, September 13), the barricades will be removed and Ledgestone Lane will be officially open to traffic.
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    Downtown Master Plan in Progress

    The City of Midlothian is currently working with Freese & Nichols, Inc. to develop a Downtown Master Plan. Please visit our project website for meeting details, an online survey open through October 1st, or to send us a comment. Project Website
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    Burn Ban in Effect

    The Ellis County Commissioner’s Court voted in favor of issuing a county-wide burn ban in their meeting held on Tuesday, July 30, 2019. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY, Ellis County is under a burn ban. This includes all unincorporated areas of Ellis County.
  6. Shelter Hours Change

    Animal Shelter Hours

    Due to required training, the shelter hours on the following dates will be reduced to 12pm-5:30pm: July 18th, August 1st & 15th, September 12th & 26th, and October 10th. Thank you!
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    Irrigation Conservation Ordinance Adopted

    City Council adopted a new Landscape and Lawn Irrigation Conservation ordinance at the April 23, 2019 meeting. This ordinance prohibits the use of irrigation systems between 10am - 6pm from June through September. Click here to view the ordinance.
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    On or about October 1, 2019, the City of Midlothian Water Treatment Plant will change disinfectants and convert from chloramines to free chlorine. The plant will return to its normal chloramine disinfectant process on or about October 31, 2019. Read on...
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