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You, or your insurance agent, may obtain a copy of the call log (Call Sheet) from records. There will not be a DPS Crash Report (CR-3) associated with this incident if the Information Exchange Form has been given to you.
(2): If the wildlife appears to be heathy and is not in your living quarters, Animal Services does not pick up the animal.
*Animal Services recommends calling with the address of the location with the barking animal(s).*Calls received after normal operating hours will be responded to the following business day.
*Animal Services recommends reporting the location where the dog was spotted.
Animal Services requests that deceased pets be placed in a box or wrapped in a trash bag and placed on the curb for pick-up.
(2): If concerned about possible cruelty, contact Animal Services at (972) 216-6283 or report online at: This link.
The City's 2017-2018 fiscal year tax rate is $.687 per $100 assessed valuation. Article V, Section 2 of the Mesquite City Charter states that it is the responsibility of the City Council to set the tax rate. To calculate your city tax bill you must divide the taxable assessed valuation of your home by $100.00 and then multiply that figure by $.687. For example, John and Jane Citizen own an $80,000 home. Their city property tax is calculated as follows:
The City's 2017-2018 annual budget is $228,946,906.
A water bill is calculated based on actual usage. The City has adopted water rates to recover the cost of providing water service to its customers. A $13.75 base amount is charged to all customers and includes 1,000 gallons of water. All consumption in excess of 1,000 gallons is charged based on a tiered rate structure.
Please visit this link to view the current tiered rate structure and an example of how a water bill is calculated
A sewer bill is calculated on actual usage subject to a maximum consumption level. The City has adopted sewer rates to recover the cost of providing sewer service to its customers. A $15.15 base amount is charged to all customers and includes 1,000 gallons of water. All consumption in excess of 1,000 gallons, up to a maximum of 8,000 gallons, is charged at a rate of $5.95 per 1,000 gallons.
Please visit this link to view an example of how a sewer bill is calculated.
Amusement (Carnivals)Certificate of OccupancyDemolitionDriveway / SidewalkFenceFoundation RepairIrrigation SystemsNew A/C or Furnace New Electric Service or RepairsPatioPatio CoversParking PadsPool - Spas - Hot TubsRetaining WallsRemodelsRoom AdditionsSewer or Water Line RepairsSpecial Promotion (Commercial)Storage BuildingTent PermitsMoving of Buildings and Heavy Equipment
(2): If the garage sale is commercial and held outside, a special promotion permit is required. If the garage sale is commercial and held inside, no permit is necessary.
By mail to: P.O. Box 850137Mesquite, TX 75185-0137
By email at: [email protected] By fax at: (972) 216-6469
In person at: 1515 North Galloway Mesquite, TX 75185-0137
For more information about the Public Information Act, the rights of requestors and the responsibilities of governmental bodies, visit:This link.
For information about holiday closing times, please visit the Health Clinic’s website.
For more information, please visit the Health Clinic’s website.
Volunteer Application: please click here.
For more information, contact Shawna Gaston at (972) 329-8332.
For more information, contact Shawna Gaston at (972) 329-8332 or visit: This link.
For more information about the application process and the current wait-list, visit: This link.
For more information about Mesquite Housing’s portability updates, visit: This link.
A - G- Briana JohnsonH-O - Bridget BorensP-Z - Brenda Diaz
For more information about the Housing Occupancy Technicians, visit: This link.
(2): If the vehicle is in a driveway, backyard, or is parked on the grass, call the City’s 24-hour hotline or report the issue online at: This link .
Trash can be placed outside for pickup beginning at 5:30 p.m. the day before it is scheduled for pickup. Click here to figure out what day.
EMS patient reports are available in the Fire Administration offices, located at 1515 N. Galloway, Mesquite, TX 75149. Office hours are Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
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No registration is required for medical alarms. The City of Mesquite does require that fire alarms in commercial buildings be registered. This includes all buildings except single-family residential dwellings. A nonrefundable permit fee of $50.00 per alarm site with one fire alarm control unit is required for the issuance of a permit. If an alarm site has multiple fire alarm control units, a nonrefundable fee of $50.00 for the first alarm control unit and $10.00 for each additional fire alarm control unit is required. A permit is issued for one year and must be renewed annually by payment of the required fee. A new fee and permit is required upon a change in ownership or change in occupancy of the property. A new owner or occupant of a building with a fire alarm is required to obtain a new permit. This includes both fire alarms that are monitored and fire alarms that only sound on the premises. Owners of fire alarms in commercial buildings are also required to have their alarm systems inspected by a fire alarm technician once each year, and records of the inspection, testing and maintenance shall be maintained at the fire alarm site and available for inspection with the consent of the permit holder or other authorized representative. The owners of all fire alarms, both registered commercial and non-registered residential, are subject to fines for excessive false alarms or for failure to properly maintain a fire alarm system. Contact the Fire Marshal's office at (972) 216-6267 for further information.
It is our goal to conduct a fire inspection of each business in Mesquite at least once each year. To request an inspection or register a complaint regarding a fire hazard, call the Fire Prevention office at (972)216-6267.
To obtain forms and information regarding plan reviews and permits of fire protection systems, fire lanes, flammable liquid storage tanks please visit the "Fire Plan Review Process" page at the link below; or contact the Fire Prevention offices at (972) 216-6267.
Yes. The number is (972) 216-6316.
The City of Mesquite has adopted the 2015 version of the International Fire Code by adopting City Ordinances 4486 and 4499.
The items and systems requiring permitting is located in Ordinance #4499. Click here to obtain the permit fee schedule.
A permit can be obtained through our online Citizens Access Portal (CAP). Click here to apply for a permit.
The permit fee schedule can be obtained from the City of Mesquite Fire Marshal's Office website. Click here to obtain the permit fee schedule.
Yes, a permit can be phased. A phasing plan must be submitted to the Fire Marshal’s Office during the online permitting process.
Once a permit is issued to the applicant through our online permitting process, the permit holder can log on to the Citizen Access Portal and schedule the system test. All fire protection systems shall be pretested before an inspection is scheduled.
It is the responsibility of the company or the permit holder to schedule a system test through our online Citizens Access Portal (CAP). Click here to schedule a system test.
A nonrefundable permit fee of $50.00 per alarm site with one fire alarm control unit is required for the issuance of a permit. If an alarm site has multiple fire alarm control units, a nonrefundable fee of $50.00 for the first alarm control unit and $10.00 for each additional fire alarm control unit is required. A permit is issued for one year and must be renewed annually by payment of the required fee.
A Knox-Box application can be obtained at 1515 N. Galloway Ave. at the Fire Administration Office (upstairs) or it can be ordered online at the Knox website. Click here to order from Knox.
Knox-box placement depends on the type of Knox-box that was purchased. Contact the fire code official for information on where to install the Knox-box. For more information please call (972) 216-6349.
North Branch HoursMonday, Wednesday, and Thursday 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.Sunday Closed
If your child is between 14 and 17 years old, he can apply for a card on his own; he will need to show a photo ID (such as a school ID or recreation center ID card) and something with his name and current address, such as a recent report card. If you want him to be able to use the library’s public Internet computers, you will need to sign the permission line on his library card application.
If your child is between 14 and 17 years old, he may log into one the library’s public Internet computers using his own numbers only if you have signed his library card application giving him permission.
The guest pass may also be used by non-library card holders who do not have the proof of address needed to obtain a library card.
If your allotted time has run out, the computer will log you off even if you have locked it, so stay aware of the clock and how much time remains in your session.
If the computer is reserved, then you may still be able to sign on but your session will be less than sixty (60) minutes. Move the mouse or press any button to bring up the login screen and enter your library card and PIN numbers. You will get a message telling you how long your session will be. At this point you have the option whether or not to use the computer.
If there is less than ten (10) minutes before the next reservation, you will get a message that the computer can not be used.
Follow these steps:
The computers have a special piece of software that cleans off items saved to the hard drive. This cleaning cycle runs every night after the library has closed, so anything saved to the hard drive today will be gone tomorrow.
You can also try cutting and pasting the information you want to print into a Word document.
Acceptable Proof of Current Address in Your Name
To renew online, go to the Mesquite Public Library’s online catalog and click on My Account. On the My Account page, click on Renew My Materials. You will need to enter your library card number and PIN and click on the button List Charged Items. Select which items you wish to renew and click on Renew Selected Items button at the bottom of the list.
When you renew materials online, the items will be renewed for 3 weeks from the date that you renew them, not 3 weeks from the original due date. (Or, in the case of DVDs and Video Cassettes, 1 week from the date that you renew them.)
**Some non-traffic violations can also be kept off a person’s record. For more information on these options, visit the Municipal Court in person or contact by phone.
More information is also available by visiting the Municipal Court in person at 211 Municipal Way from 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday.
Petting zoos are not allowed because of health and sanitary reasons.
Also, there is a handicap accessible playground at the girls’ softball complex.
Mailed requests should include a self-addressed, stamped envelope.
You may also obtain information from the following website: Texas Public Sex Offender Registry
Pick-ups can be scheduled by calling (972) 216-6285 or online at: Appliance Collection
Bagged grass clippings and leaves or brush piles no larger than 2 feet wide by 2 feet high by 4 feet long and weighing no more than 50 lbs. are picked up.
Large brush is collected Monday – Friday, once weekly. Large brush items are picked up at front curbs. Please do not block sidewalks with your debris.
The Composting Facility is located at 3550 Lawson Road, south of Cartwright Road. The facility is open daily (Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday) from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., except Wednesdays, Sundays and holidays.
Acceptable Items: Trash, yard waste, fencing, furniture, lumber, appliances, automotive batteries, tires (limit 4). Small amounts of brick and concrete are also accepted.
Recyclable Items: Plastic containers, newspaper, magazines, telephone books, chipboard, cardboard, tin, steel, aluminum, glass, and all types of metal, and electronic waste (computers, monitors, televisions, etc.)
Unacceptable Items: Hazardous materials (pesticides, chemicals, solvents) paint, commercially generated waste, roofing materials, rocks, dirt, oil and other automotive fluids.
o Automotive fluids and oil filters
o Batteries of all kinds
o Chemical products for home use
o Cleaners and polishes
o Computers, cell phones, and electronics
o Craft and hobby supplies
o Fluorescent light tubes
o Lawn and garden chemicals
o Paint and home repair products
o Pool chemicals
Recycling and Collection Times
There is no need to separate items. All recyclables may be placed together in the same bin or blue bag. It is not necessary to rinse or remove labels from jars or cans. However, remove all liquid from containers to prevent contamination.
Glass may not be placed in a blue bag, only in a recycling bin. On rainy days, protect your bin from getting wet or simply save it for the next collection day.
*The City cannot assist with walk-ups or driveways that are on private property. 50/50 Cost Sharing
(2): Are you leasing the home?If you are leasing the home, it must pass a rental inspection performed by a Building Inspector. Renters must bring a copy of the lease agreement, personal identification and $50.00 deposit to the Water Billing Office.
If you are paying in person, the Water Billing Office accepts cash, checks, money orders and all credit cards except American Express.
If you are paying over the phone, the Water Billing Office accepts checks by phone or credit/debit cards through the automated payment system.
If you are paying online, the Water Billing Office accepts payment with direct withdrawal from checking accounts and debit or credit cards.
The Water Billing Office also accepts payments made at locations using Fidelity Express. For a list of these locations, contact the Water Billing Office at (972) 216-6208 or visit: This link .