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All fees set by the Texarkana Animal Care and Adoption Center and are subject to change. Please contact their office directly for more information 870-773-6388.
The safest approach is to be proactive and use all of the information available to protect yourself and your family from threatening weather. Nothing can replace common sense. Sirens are only one part of a warning system that includes, NOAA Weather Radio, Local Media, Weather Alert Apps, etc...
The last firefighter entrance exam was on January 13, 2018. The Civil Service Entrance Exam is valid for one year from the date the test is given or until all names are exhausted from the eligibility list. If you have any further questions, please call 903-798-3994.
A burn ban is in effect at all times for the city by ordinance. County burn bans are made by the County Judge.Contact the Fire Administration Office at 903-798-3994 and we will assist you with this information.
You should move to the right-hand edge or curb clear of any intersection and stop and remain stopped until the emergency vehicle passes.
A request in writingSpecific information identified in the requestContact name, phone number, and addressA request emailed, mailed, faxed or hand delivered to City Hall
Public Information or data requests, sent by email or fax, to other staff within the City will be processed as time permits. For these requests, please refer to the City’s Master Fee List on our website as copy and processing charges may apply.
Please send Public Information Requests to:
Office of the City Secretary Jennifer Evans, City Secretary City of Texarkana, Texas 220 Texas Blvd. Texarkana, TX 75501 Phone: 903-798-3930Fax: 903-798-3448
If the request is for Municipal Court documents send to: Jean Ann Yeager firstname.lastname@example.org or Phone: 903-798-3008
If the request is for Police Department records send to: Phone: 903-798-3136 Fax: 903-793-3664
If you want to keep an offense off of your record, you may request Deferred Disposition or in some cases a Driving Safety Course.
2. Fill out the application. See Zoning Application Form. Also use this form for site plan approval and specific use permit requests.
3. The application must include: I. Original signature of property owner. II. Complete legal description of property (metes and bounds or lot and block in subdivision). III. Site plan approval requests which must include the following:
a. Building and partking layout including sizes, square footage, distances from property lines, heights, and materials proposed.b. Building elevations.c. Sign information including size (sq. footage), height, style, i.e. monument, planter, pole, electronic messaging.d. Landscapinge. Fencing (material and height)f. General drainage directional plan
4. Applications cannot be filed on-line since an original application with the owner's signature is required.
5. The application should include a $250.00 application fee, non-refundable, plus a variable deposit fee of $200.00. See Fee Schedule.
6. Appear at the meetings to present your request. See Planning and Zoning Meeting.
Information can be obtained through the Inspection Department, 903-798-3912.
Storage buildings are permitted in the required back yard of a lot provided that they are detached and separated from the main building by not less than 10 feet and setback from the rear and side yard property lines by not less than three feet as long as there is not an easement located in these areas. If the property has an usable alley at the rear yard, contact the Inspection Department at 903-798-3912. A permit is required and can be obtained through the Inspection Department.
It depends on the type of project being performed. If it is a street project, and your street is maintained by the State of Texas, you will have to contact the Texas Department of Transportation (TX-DOT) at 903-838-8574. If it is maintained by the City, please contact the Street Department at 903-798-3963. If it is a Capital Improvement project, the Public Works office is reachable at 903-798-3948. If the project is utility related, you must contact the utility provider for that service.
To determine if your property is in a floodplain, please call 903-798-3948 and, if available, speak with an Engineer. If no Engineer is available, you will be asked to leave your name, contact number, the address of the property you are inquiring about, and possibly an email address if you need documentation. The Engineers will determine floodplain based on their maps and contact you as soon as possible with an answer.
Driveway Permits are issued through the Inspections office at City Hall. Please call 903-798-3912 for assistance.
Birth Certificates:A qualified applicant is the certificate holder.The spouse of the certificate holder, with a copy of the marriage license to prove relationship.The parent of the certificate holder, who is listed as such on the certificate.The grandparent of the certificate holder, with a copy of the birth certificate of his or her child who is listed as the parent on the requested certificate.A sibling of the certificate holder, with a copy of his or her birth certificate having at least one of the same parents listed.Or a person presenting legal documentation proving a tangible interest in the certificate.
Death Certificates:A qualified applicant is the spouse of the certificate holder, who is listed as such on the certificate.The parent of the certificate holder, who is listed as such on the certificate.The child of the certificate holder with a copy of their birth certificate showing the decedent as their parent.The grandparent of the certificate holder, with a copy of the birth certificate of their child who is listed as the parent on the requested certificate.A sibling of the certificate holder, with a copy of their birth certificate having at least one of the same parents listed.Or a person presenting legal documentation proving a tangible interest in the certificate.
You must have either the Substitute Application for Notarized Statement or a legal document proving tangible interest in the certificate. Applications can be picked up in our office or downloaded from the website.
If no record is on file, you may send a completed Application for Birth and Death Record to Texas VSU. If a record is found, your request will be fulfilled. If no record is found, Texas VSU will mail you a packet to apply for a delayed birth record.
You must have an older relative complete and sign a VS170 Application to Amend Certificate of Birth or a VS172 Application to Amend Certificate of Death in front of a notary public. If you are a minor, both of your parents must sign the form before a notary public to show they are in agreement to the change or correction. Some changes or corrections require a supporting document to prove that an error has been made. See page two of the application for a list of corrections that can be made and whether the correction requires documentation. A suggested list of supporting documents is also printed on page two of the application.
** No glass, styrofoam, plastic bags, food contamination, light or fluorescent bulbs, batteries, paint, sharp metal, hazardous or medical waste, household cleaners or garden chemicals accepted.
For service complaints or additional information contact: Waste Management at 903-794-4111 or the City of Texarkana, Texas at 903-798-3900.
To report code violations please contact Code Enforcement at 903-798-3944.