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  1. Backflow Prevention (picture of water hose in grass)

    Biennial Testing of Residential Backflow Devices

    Just a reminder, the biennial testing of backflow devices at residences is performed by City contracted tester, Shawn Treibly of All Wet Sprinkler, during evenings and weekends. Shawn may be identified by a City issued I.D. and decals on his vehicle. Click here for more information.
  2. Closed Staff Training

    Closed for Staff Training

    The City of Midlothian Utility Billing Department will be closed on Tuesday, January 22nd from 10 AM to 1 PM for training. Payments may be processed on our website or 24-hour pay-by-phone system during this time. We apologize for any inconvenience.
  3. Traffic Alert

    Railroad Track Maintenance Scheuled

    On January 18th, Union Pacific Railroad will be closing FM 1387 at the crossing east of Garvin Way and FM 875 at the crossing west of Business 287. Please plan your route to allow extra time for detours. Detour signage will be in place to alert drivers. Read on...
  4. Team Bio Fighters

    Support Team Bio Fighters

    The La Rue Miller Elementary Destination Imagination team Bio Fighters is looking for community support of their tree planting project. Read on...
  5. Christmas Tree Disposal

    Christmas Tree Disposal

    Waste Connections will pickup Christmas Trees on the second pickup day of the week, either Thursday or Friday. Please make sure to cut your tree in half, to make it easier to handle, before placing it at the curb.
  6. Election 2019

    City Council Election

    Submit an application for a place on the ballot for the May 4, 2019 City Council election for Councilmember Place 3 and 4 beginning January 16th thru February 15th. Read on...
  7. Bridge work ahead sign

    Road Closure

    Mockingbird Road east of Walnut Grove Road will be closed for the widening of the bridge. Traffic control is in place. Rain delays have extended the project and there is currently no set date for the project completion.
  8. Winter Averaging

    Sewer Averaging

    New sewer averages, effective April 2019 to March 2020, are based on water usage during the months of December - February. Winter averaging is calculated during the winter months when most residential water goes directly into the sanitary sewer system. Read on...
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