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The City of Midlothian has joined forces with the City of Fort Worth Environmental Collection Center (ECC) located at 6400 Bridge Street in Fort Worth to provide for safe disposal of household chemical waste. The ECC is open to residents of Midlothian on Thursdays and Fridays from 11 a.m. until 7 p.m. and on Saturdays from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. A voucher is required for disposal and may be purchased at the Utility Billing office at City Hall. The mobile Cruiser travels to our Public Works Service Center once a year to collect leftover household chemicals. Check with Public Works at 972-775-1083 or visit our website event calendar to find out when the Crud Cruiser will be in Midlothian. In order to participate in this program, residents must purchase a voucher from the City of Midlothian Utility Billing office. Residents living inside the city limits will be charged $20.00, anyone outside of the city limits will be required to pay a $50.00 fee. Follow the link below for more information on what is accepted and directions to the ECC facility in Fort Worth.
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In order to participate in this program, residents must purchase a voucher from the City of Midlothian Utility Billing office. The first 100 residents living inside the city limits will be charged $20.00, after that the fee will be $47.00. Anyone outside of the city limits will be required to pay the $47.00 fee.
Follow the link below for more information on what is accepted and directions to the ECC facility in Fort Worth. Household Chemical Waste Disposal Information
The Parks Department may be reached at 972-775-7777. Facility rental information is available on the Parks Department main page at the link below.
Fines and tickets may be paid at the City of Midlothian Municipal Court, which is located at 1150 N. Highway 67, Suite 200. Assistance is provided for payment of traffic fines, warrants, court scheduling, truancy and defensive driving. The court clerk may be reached at 972-775-8932 and the hours of operation are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Follow the link below for online payments.
For assistance with building permits (including pools, sprinklers and fences), inspections, permanent signs, contractor licensing and registration, and certificates of occupancy, please call 972-775-7134. Hours of operation are 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Follow the link to download applications and forms.
Employment opportunities are listed in the Human Resources section of the website and are posted at City Hall. Follow the link to the Employment Opportunities Webpage.
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The Parks and Recreation Department provides scheduling and rental services for fields and parks.
117 West Franklin StreetP.O. Box 250Waxahachie, TX 75168Telephone: (972) 923-5070Fax: (972) 923-5075
Please contact our Police Records Division.
Accident reports are available online at https://www.midlothian.tx.us/328/Accident-Reports-On-Line .
Please visit our alarm permits page for information.
Midlothian Police Department annual reports are archived on our website at https://www.midlothian.tx.us/Archive.aspx?AMID=92 .
You must live within a 5 mile radius of downtown Midlothian. Call by 8:30 AM the day of service. 972-775-6401
Recyclables are to be collected in clear recycle plastic bags and placed within a receptacle that can be obtained from Waste Connections. Any additional clear bags of recyclables may be placed alongside the receptacle. Recyclables are collected every Wednesday and are to be placed curbside by 7:00 A.M.
Water and/or sewer bills are mailed the last working day of each month. All bills are due on the 15th of the month.
Yes, late notices are sent out on the 16th which includes a 10% penalty. Payments not received by the 25th will have $30 added and are subject to being turned off on the 26th.
Payments may be deposited in the outside drop box located on the west side of City Hall or the drop box located at the Utility Billing office door. If your payment is dropped in the box after 8:00 a.m. on the 26th it is considered late and late fee and service disconnect will apply.
• Seal cracks and holes in outside walls and foundations near water pipes with caulking. It's especially important to keep cold wind away from pipes, which speeds up the freezing process.
• Keep cabinet doors open during cold spells to allow warm air to circulate around pipes (particularly in the kitchen and bathroom).
• Keep a slow trickle of water flowing through faucets connected to pipes that run through an unheated or unprotected space. Ice might still form in the pipes, but an open faucet allows water to escape before the pressure builds to where a pipe can burst. If the dripping stops, it may mean that ice is blocking the pipe; keep the faucet open, since the pipe still needs pressure relief. Or drain the water system, especially if your house will be unattended during cold periods.
• Pipes in attics and crawl spaces should be protected with insulation or heat. Pipe insulation is available in fiberglass or foam sleeves. Home centers and hardware stores have sleeves providing 1/8 to 5/8 inches of insulation; specialty dealers have products that provide up to 2 inches of insulation. The extra thickness is worth the price and can save a pipe that would freeze with less insulation.
• Heating cables and tapes are effective in freeze protection. Select a heating cable with the UL label and a built-in thermostat that turns the heat on when needed (without a thermostat, the cable has to be plugged in each time and might be forgotten). Follow the manufacturer's instructions closely.
If You Suspect a Frozen Pipe:
If you open a faucet and no water comes out, don't take any chances. Call a plumber. If a water pipe bursts, turn off the water at the main shut-off valve (usually at the water meter or where the main line enters the house); leave the faucet(s) open until repairs are completed. Don't try to thaw a frozen pipe with an open flame; as this will damage the pipe and may even start a building fire. You might be able to thaw a pipe with a hand-held hair dryer. Slowly apply heat, starting close to the faucet end of the pipe, with the faucet open. Work toward the coldest section. Don't use electrical appliances while standing in water; you could get electrocuted.
Sprinkler Systems:Drain the water from the pipes and then turn your automatic sprinkler system off. This will prevent your pipes from bursting and also prevent ice accumulation on sidewalks, driveways and roadways