NEWS & EVENTS
NEW WATER SCHEDULING - Effective September 1, 2022
Josephine Moves to Stage 1 Watering Schedule (Watering Two Times Per Week) Effective September 1, 2022
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The City of Josephine is soliciting Requests for Qualifications for Geotechnical and Materials Testing Services on a new Fire Station/Police Station combination and conversion of existing Church to Community Center. The new facility will be approximately 11,000 square feet and consist of multiple bays, living quarters, dispatch and drives. Church conversion is approximately 3800 square feet and will require new parking/drive areas.
Project is expected to begin construction in Spring of 2023, and last approximately 12-16 months.
The RFQ response will be due on September 13th, 2022 by 2:00pm and should be emailed to email@example.com. No hard copies will be required.
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Josephine Comprehensive Plan Survey
North Texas Municipal Water District
The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) is requesting that those receiving water purified by NTMWD reduce their water use immediately, especially outdoor water use. The NTMWD Wylie Water Treatment Plant Complex had to cease producing water at one of its four water treatment plants unexpectedly on Saturday, July 16 to perform critical maintenance required to return the plant back to full water purification capacity. All customers in the region are strongly encouraged to conserve water and reduce outdoor watering until further notice is issued by NTMWD. This call to action is due to water production quantity, and not water quality – the water is safe to drink and use.
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Post Council Meeting Water Update
City Administrator, Lisa Palomba, has issued a Water Update. Click Here to read the full report.
Notice of Finding
Notice of Finding of no significant impact and Notice of Intent to request release of funds. Click Here to learn more
Watering Schedule Effective July 5, 2022
Due to ongoing dry conditions combined with a significant increase in water demand, the City is activating Stage 1 Water Conservation/Drought Contingency Plan measures. Observing the schedule below will ensure all Josephine water customers have adequate water supply for household needs, landscape irrigation and fire protection.
WATERING SCHEDULE EFFECTIVE JULY 5, 2022
SUNDAY & WEDNESDAY - Residential properties with odd-numbered addresses (ending in 1,3,5,7,9)
TUESDAY AND SATURDAY - Residential properties with even-numbered addresses (ending in 0,2,4,6,8) or no street address assigned
MONDAY & THURSDAY - Non-residential properties (businesses, apartments, townhomes, HOA common areas)
FRIDAYS - No residential or business watering unless exceptions apply. If you have questions regarding exceptions to the watering schedule, please call City Hall for further information.
Landscape watering by automatic sprinklers prohibited between 10 am and 6 pm
Hand watering and soaker hoses are allowed at any time for foundations and landscaping
Exceptions for watering to allow new plantings to become established
Adjust sprinklers to avoid overwatering, excessive runoff on pavement and other impermeable surfaces
New Construction: Contractors/developers will be permitted to use metered water for construction needs as approved by the Director of Public Works.
Violations: Friendly reminders may be issued for first time violations. Citations may be issued for repeated violations. (Ordinance 2019-06-10-B)
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Learn about drought tolerant plants, gardening and lawn mowing tips txsmartscape.com
Know more. Water Less. Check out other tips to conserve and use water efficiently. Visit ntmwd.com/help-us-conserve/
Unscheduled Maintenance on Water System
The Public Works Dept. is currently performing unscheduled maintenance on the water system. The City is requesting water customers restrict all unnecessary water usage at this time. Please avoid all outside watering, filling of swimming pools, and excessive water usage until further notice. We appreciate your cooperation.
Josephine Welcomes New Police Chief
The Josephine City Council recently hired Jeff Graham to serve as Josephine’s new Police Chief. Chief Graham brings decades of law enforcement experience to Josephine with his most recent experience being with the Collin County Sheriff’s Office. The City also welcomes Police Officer Raymond Ivy who was also sworn in during the February 14, 2022, Council Meeting
City of Josephine - 2021-2022 Approved Budget
The City of Josephine has an approved budget for October 1, 2021 - September 30, 2022. To view it, click here.
HOME Grant – Notice of Finding
Click here to view the Notice of Finding of no Significant Impact and Notice of Intent to Request Release of Funds.
Collin County COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Please visit https://www.collincountytx.gov/healthcare_services/Pages/COVID19vaccines.aspx for more information on the latest Collin County Vaccine news.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality determined that the City of Josephine's water system meets the TCEQ's Superior Public Water System recognition requirements.
This award puts the City of Josephine in the top 3% in the state!
To view the latest Consumer Confidence Report for the City of Josephine Public Water System, click here.