City of Colleyville News
March 27, 2015
TxDOT SH 26 RECONSTRUCTION PROJECTPlease send any questions, concerns, or comments to firstname.lastname@example.org.
At this time, there are no scheduled lane closures in the week ahead. In the event an unanticipated lane closure happens midday closures range from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00… Read More »
March 27, 2015
The Colleyville CloseBuy program supports local businesses and provides discounts and added value purchasing for Colleyville customers. Get all the details, including how to obtain a complimentary CloseBuy card or to download the app. View discounts by selecting the "DISCOUNT CARD"… Read More »
March 23, 2015
City offices, including the public library and senior center, will be closed Friday, April 3, in observance of the Good Friday holiday. Police, fire, and emergency personnel will remain on duty. Trash and recycle collection will be conducted on the normal schedule.
March 6, 2015
The quiet zones at all of Colleyville’s three railroad crossings will go into effect on Wednesday, March 25.
A final inspection of the quiet zones was conducted on March 3. On March 4, the Notice of Implementation (NOE) was submitted to the Federal Railway Administration. Copies also… Read More »
March 3, 2015
The Colleyville City Council has made it official. SH 26/Colleyville Boulevard will be reconstructed as a six-lane roadway. The project’s scope allows for reconstruction from south of John McCain Road (where Phase I construction ends) to Brown Trail, and includes realigning Tinker Road and Oak… Read More »
February 27, 2015
Clean Sweep will be held Saturday, April 18, from 9:00-11:00 a.m., or until containers are full. The event will be located at Colleyville Heritage High School (5401 Heritage Ave.) and will be conducted on a first-come, first-served basis. Proof of residency is required—either a current… Read More »
February 26, 2015
The city has been contacted by residents about emails and mail received from HomeServe. The company provides programs related to maintenance or repair of lines from a residence to the water and sewer mains. Residents should know that the city has no relationship with HomeServe, nor does the city… Read More »
February 4, 2015
Crime in Colleyville fell by 17% in 2014. That’s the city’s lowest crime rate in 23 years—and a 50% decrease since 2010. There were 152 Part 1 offenses last year—compared to 184 in 2013. Part 1 crimes include violent and property crimes.
There were 17 burglaries compared to… Read More »
February 4, 2015
For Colleyville residents and businesses, the city’s newly revised Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan will change outdoor watering schedules. It was approved in January.
Historically, the city’s allowed watering days have been based on geographic location, but with… Read More »
January 12, 2015
The City Council approved revisions to the Water Conservation and Drought Contingency Plan. This will result in a change to the allowed watering days during the drought stages. Currently we are in Stage 1, which allows watering two days a week. Unlike the rest of the region, the current… Read More »
December 19, 2014
Currently, we are in Stage 1 water restrictions. As of Dec. 12, the total Tarrant Regional Water District water reservoir capacity is at 61%. At 60% capacity, TRWD could trigger the move into Stage 2 water restrictions. With no significant rainfall in the forecast, TRWD projects that their… Read More »
December 17, 2014
Sam Stacy, a fifth-grade student at Colleyville Elementary School, has submitted the winning essay for the city’s 2014 Mayor for a Day contest. This is the fifth consecutive year an essay submitted by a Colleyville Elementary School student has been selected as the winning entry. It is also… Read More »
December 9, 2014
The City of Colleyville General Election for the purpose of electing Councilmember, Place 5, and Councilmember, Place 6, will be held on May 9, 2015.The city secretary is the local filing authority for municipal elections. The City Secretary’s Office will receive applications during… Read More »
December 5, 2014
The Trinity River Authority (TRA), which supplies water and sewer treatment to 98% of Tarrant County, including Colleyville, has notified the city that it has raised its rates $0.27 per 1,000 gallons of water and increased its sewer treatment rate $0.11 per 1,000 gallons. TRA attributes the… Read More »
November 25, 2014
Economic Development ReportThe Economic Development Department produces a regular report on business activity in the city. View the latest report here.
This just in...more new restaurants/retailers set to open soonThe new year will bring new restaurants and retailers to Colleyville. Zoe's… Read More »
November 19, 2014
Nov. 19, 2014:
The city held a public forum on TxDOT’s SH 26 Reconstruction Project on Nov. 12. More than 100 residents and Colleyville business owners attended the meeting to learn about the project and to provide comments and feedback. The project is part of… Read More »
November 14, 2014
With the first cold front of the season, the Colleyville Fire Department reminds everyone to take precautions to guard again the winter cold blast. The information below was developed by the Texas Department of Insurance.
Frozen PipesA fast-moving cold front can cause temperatures to drop below… Read More »
November 8, 2014
On Wednesday, Nov. 5, during the pre-council session, representatives from The T and the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) presented information and updates on the TEX Rail Commuter Rail Project to the Colleyville City Council.
To view the information as it was shown… Read More »
October 26, 2014
The Glade Road Project will go before Colleyville voters next May. At the Oct. 21 City Council meeting, councilmembers voted unanimously to send the future of the Glade Road Project to Colleyville voters for a decision. The vote followed months of discussion and debate, and two public meetings on… Read More »
September 18, 2014
At the Sept. 16 City Council meeting, Councilmembers voted unanimously to maintain the city’s property tax rate at $0.3559 per $100 valuation. With the exception of a less-than-one-cent, voter-approved tax increase to build two new fire stations (approved in a 2005 bond election), the… Read More »