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If flying out of Wichita Falls, you are encouraged to inquire with the TSA officers at the ticket counter about any items you may be unsure are approved for carry on. This will allow you the opportunity to place any unapproved items in your checked bag or return them to your vehicle. This will also speed up the screening process at the checkpoint.
One courtesy letter is sent a year per violation per property. If the issue is not resolved within the stated time frame, citations may be issued without further notice.
In most cases, yes. You will need to speak with the Code Officer who sent you the letter. They can be contacted at the phone number listed on the letter.
Yes. A property owner is responsible for any violations on their property.
No, as long as the vehicles are operable and have current tags and inspection stickers they may be parked in the back yard.
You would need to contact a tow company to remove vehicle(s) from your property. This procedure is called a Private Lot Impound.
No. Code Enforcement Officers cannot look over, under or through privacy or screening fences to view a violation. Code Officers can only inspect complaints that can be seen from public view such as a street, alley, or from another property with the property owner's consent.
Yes. Each property owner or tenant is responsible for keeping the alley cleaned and mowed to the midpoint of the alley.
No. That would be a civil matter between you and your neighbor.
No. There is no ordinance requiring the removal of dead trees-only the removal of tree limbs that are on the ground.
Please contact the Building Inspections Division at 940.761.7459.
Please contact the Wichita County Appraisal District office at 940.322-2435, or visit their website:
Please contact the Police Department at 940.720.5000.
Please contact the Environmental Coordinator at 940.761.7670
(Fleet Maintenance is responsible for maintenance and repairs to City vehicles. Please contact 761-7926 if you have any questions or concerns.)
b. The Texas Junior Golf Association, or TJGA, was founded in 2001 and has grown to over 100 Texoma area Junior golfers. The TJGA features a summer tour of Texoma courses along with golf instruction, knowledge of the rules, and experience in tournament stroke play. Players will play on a different course each week throughout the summer and will be awarded points for participation and bonus points for placing first, second, and third in their age group. Flights will be made after the first two rounds of play. At the end of the season, the players accumulating the most points in their perspective age group/flight will be given special recognition. This a also a great way for your Jr. golfer to warm up for the Texas - Oklahoma Jr.golf tournament held during the third week in June. Please see the TJGA website at www.tjga.com for registration and further details.
c. Throughout the school year the golf teams from Rider and Wichita Falls high schools meet and practice at Weeks Park twice a week. Each March high schools from the Texoma area play a tournament at Weeks. Participation in this tournament is conductedthrough Coach McDonald of Wichita Falls High school.
Traveling north on US 287 from DFW take 287/79 south and exit off onto Midwestern Parkway. Turn right onto Midwestern Parkway and continue west bound past the intersection of Jacksboro Highway and Midwestern Parkway. Lake Park Drive will be on your left approximately 1 mile from this intersection.As a note Lake Park Drive runs north and south between two major thoroughfares, Midwestern Parkway and Southwest Parkway. Drive approximately 5/10 of mile on Lake Park Drive and the golf course will be on your left. Please see our map for detailed information on our location or call 940-767-6107 and wewill be glad to assist with your travel needs.
a. Have your shot and club selection in mind while approaching your next shotb. Minimize your practice swingsc. Be ready to hit when it is your turnd. Proceed to your ball as soon as it is safe to do soe. Take your practice swings in advance of your turn to hit the ballf. Hit "out of turn" if it is safe to do so and does not interfere with your fellow golferg. Study the "line of your putt" while others are puttingh. Mark your score after arriving at the next tee boxi. If there is an open hole in front of you, you may be playing too slowj. Allow faster players to play through
Animals that show some type of ownership: collar, tags or microchip are kept 5 days while every effort to find their owners is made.
Animals that come in without a collar, tag or microchip are held for three days to give their owners time to locate and reclaim them.
Your pet has to have a current rabies vaccination in order to get their City licenses.. City licenses run concurrently with the rabies vaccination of your pet.
Currently, the cost of a license for altered animals is $7 for a one year license and $14 for a three year license. For animals that are not altered, the fee is $25 for a one year license and $60 for a three year license.
Dogs must wear their City license at all times.
Office Hours for Home Birth are: 8am-3:30pm Monday-Friday 940-761-7802
According to the U.S. Census Bureau's Annual Population Estimates analysis the City of Wichita Falls was estimated to have a population of 104,724 residents as of July 1, 2016. The Census Bureau releases city and county population estimates annually. The official U.S. Census Bureau decennial census population count taken in 2010 was 104,553.
The Texas Demographic Center (University of Texas at San Antonio) also prepares annual population estimates for cities and counties within the state. According to their methodologies, the City of Wichita Falls had an estimated population of 105,033 as of January 1, 2016.Comparison of U.S. Census Bureau and Texas Demographic Center Population Estimates:
The estimates presented by the Texas Demographic Center differ from those from other sources, such as those periodically produced by the U.S. Census Bureau, for several reasons. The Texas Demographic Center estimates have been made using techniques that are different than those used by the Bureau. The Census Bureau uses only the distributive housing unit method to estimate place populations and the administrative records method to estimate county populations. Because the administrative records method uses income tax data that are not available to analysts outside the Census Bureau, this technique cannot be used by other agencies. In addition, the estimates from the Texas Demographic Center utilize more recent data than those used by the U.S. Bureau of the Census. The Census Bureau's county estimates utilize 2014 birth and death data, whereas 2015 values were employed in the Texas Demographic Center estimates. Also, the Census Bureau utilizes birth and death data only in their county level estimates while the Texas Demographic Center includes current births and deaths in both county and place level estimates. Finally, the Census Bureau estimates include legal boundary updates reported before January 1, 2015 but do not include more recent information for places, whereas information on annexation and boundary changes through the 2015 calendar year were included in the estimates completed by the Texas program. Because of these differences, the population estimates from the Texas Demographic Center and those from the U.S. Bureau of the Census are not directly comparable.
The Holliday Creek Trail System is 7.1 miles long and can be accessed from Hamilton Park Tennis Center, North Weeks Park, several points along Weeks Lane, South Weeks Park, Lake Wichita spillway, and Lake Wichita Park. More...
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In this example you would board the bus at the Library, which is a scheduled stop at the 10th minute of every hour. You would need to get off the bus at the Water Park, which is a bus stop but does not have a specific time of arrival.
Reading across the top row, you will find the names of the key designated stops along the route. Read down the column beneath Public Library; choose the most convenient departure time, perhaps 12:10 PM. Now read directly across from 12:10 PM, you will not find a time the bus arrives at the Water Park since it is not a scheduled stop. The next nearest scheduled stop is at US 287 at Wayfarer at 12:45 PM, one stop after passing the Water Park. The bus will stop at the Water Park, and you can assume you will arrive a few minutes before 12:45 PM.
One of the simplest rules for using timetables is to read down the departure times and across for arrival times. In some cases, when you are not getting on or off the bus at a scheduled stop, you will need to add or subtract a few minutes to the listed time of the closest key designated stops you will board or get off the bus.
Additional route and schedule information can be obtained by calling one of our information tellers at 761-7433. Go to http://www.wichitafallstx.gov/index.aspx?NID=696 for a complete list of routes.
When the bus approaches, look at the route color and name located above the windshield to make sure you are boarding the correct bus. If you're not sure, ask the driver. Have your fare or pass ready to deposit. When the bus comes to a complete stop, wait for passengers to exit before boarding. Place your money into the fare box or hand your pass/transfer to the driver for verification before taking a seat. Drivers are not allowed to handle fares or make change.
Ask the driver for a transfer if your trip requires you to ride a second bus. The transfer is good for one hour from the time it is issued. Give the transfer to the driver of the second bus you board. When the bus is approximately one block away from your stop, pull the signal strip located beside the window, or verbally inform the driver. Remain seated until the bus comes to a complete stop and then exit through the door.
Be sure you have all your belongings with you. It is recommended you wait on the curb until the bus has pulled away before attempting to cross the street. Never cross in front of or behind a standing bus.
Protests After Bid Opening:• Must be submitted in writing no later than seven (7) working days prior to scheduled bid award.• Contents of protest - name of protester, bid # or description; statement of grounds for protest.• Protests shall be filed at the office of the City Purchasing Agent.• Protests shall be reviewed by the Director of the user department, Finance Director, Purchasing Agent, a representative of the City Manager’s Office and a representative of the City Attorney’s Office.• The decision of the protest committee and the documented record sustaining their decision will be submitted to the City Council and the protesting bidder at least three (3) days prior to the scheduled council meeting. The protesting bidder will have an opportunity to discuss his/her concerns at the appropriate time during the City Council meeting.• The decision of the City Council shall be final.
b. The interest drawn by the City on customer deposits is returned into the operating budget of the water/sewer fund to help in providing the lowest possible rates.
2. Seasonal increases due to increased usage, such as lawn watering, children's wading pools, additional laundry, and washing automobiles.
3. An error in the current reading or having been previously under-read.
4. The meter has been recently uncovered and read.
1. After being processed through the waste water treatment plant, the treated reuse water is disinfected and pumped from the River Road Treatment Facility to the Cypress Water Treatment Plant
2. Treat the reuse water through the Microfiltration UnitsDuring the treatment process the reuse water will be treated with the latest technology being used to clean water, the Microfiltration Reverse Osmosis Plant (MFRO). The first step is Microfiltration. The reuse water will flow into a clarifier, similar to a conventional plant, where it is subjected to a coagulant. The reuse water will then enter the micro-filtration cell where a pump pulls the water through a fiber filled module. The pores in the fiber are so small that most of the impurities are too large to pass through, removing them before the next step in the purification process.
3. Treat the water through Reverse OsmosisFollowing Microfiltration, the reuse water will be treated through Reverse Osmosis. This is the same technology that large ships use to treat sea water for human consumption, that is used on the space station and that is used in the process to manufacture silicon chips. The process forces the water through a 0.0001 micron (One micron is one-thousandth of a millimeter) semi-permeable membrane by way of water pressure but only allows water molecules to pass through the membrane. Salts and other contaminants cannot pass through the membrane and are flushed away.
4. Release the MFRO treated reuse water into a holding lagoon
5. Blend the reuse water with raw lake water on a 50-50 basis
6. Treat the blended water through conventional meansRegular raw water from the City’s water source lakes, Lake Arrowhead and Lake Kickapoo, is treated once through an extensive series of steps that produce safe, clean drinking water. This is the third step of treatment for the reuse water and entails: A. Treatment with Chlorine Dioxide B. Pre-disinfection C. Coagulation D. Softening E. Flocculation F. Sedimentation G. Re-stabilization H. Fluoridation
7. Store and pump to distribution