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  1. Wipes Clog Pipes

    Wipes Clog Pipes

    Even if a product claims to be "flushable", it can still clog your pipes or cause issues at the sewage treatment plant. Please help keep our sewer lines flowing and throw wipes in the trash can not the toilet. Read on...
  2. Road Closed Sign

    Temporary Road Closure Planned

    Beginning on Monday morning, June 24, 2019, Ashford Lane will be completely closed at its intersection with Plainview Road. It is anticipated that this complete closure will remain in effect for a period of two weeks (weather dependent). Read on...
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    TXDOT Temporary Road Closure - HWY 287

    TXDOT will temporarily close a portion of Highway 287 on June 26, 2019 between Walnut Grove Road and Mid-Way Regional Airport to hang overhead power lines just west of Presidential Parkway. The delay should be about 15 minutes. Read on...
  4. Animal Bites

    Reporting Animal Bites

    During calendar year 2018, Animal Services investigated 102 animal bites. State Law requires the investigation and related follow-up activity of all animal bites to protect the public health, safety and welfare of the public. Read on...
  5. Meadows

    Summer Fun at Meadows Library

    A.H. Meadows Library is the place to be this summer for reading, movies, music, story time, special programs and so much more! Check out all the great events on the A.H. Meadows Public Library Facebook page. Facebook Events
  6. Water Quality Report

    2018 Annual Water Quality Report

    The annual Consumer Confidence Report on water quality is now available for view. Please contact the Water Treatment Plant at (972) 775-6663 with any questions. 2018 CCR
  7. Raccoon Alert

    Raccoon Awareness

    The City of Midlothian Animal Services department has received and worked several calls regarding raccoons that appear sick. Read on...
  8. Lawn Watering

    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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