Public Works will be working on an alley project between 3633 and 3815 Sachse Road (City Hall) Starting Monday 2/8/16 until Monday 2/15-16. The alley will be closed on the Sachse Road end and remain open on the Salmon road end.
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Sachse is currently looking for the right individual to lead its Fire Department as Chief. Reporting to the City Manager, this individual will have overall responsibility for the department and will maintain the highest levels of integrity, leadership and...[Read on...]
The first Team Prep night was this week and fundraising is in full swing. The next team prep meeting is March 7th. Please follow our Facebook page and check back here regularly for more information and important dates!
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The Sachse Library will be receiving tax forms sometime in late February. If you need forms or instructions prior to that time, you can go to www.irs.gov/forms to print them, or visit www.irs.gov/orderforms to have them mailed to you. Please check back h...[Read on...]
Conserving water now will save you money year round! Sewer Averaging calculation is underway. The months of November thru March shall be used as the basis for calculating a residential customer's average monthly usage. The highest and lowest use months ...[Read on...]
Information regarding the 2016 General Election, which is scheduled for Saturday, May 7, 2016 may be found by clicking on the Additional Information link below or by contacting the City Secretary at 469-429-4771 or by email at mlewissirianni@cityofsachse....[Read on...]
For the third year in a row, the City of Sachse, in cooperation with Republic Services, will be awarding a scholarship to a deserving Sachse resident entering college.
Lending time and expertise to the local government and participating in the decision-making process by serving on a board or commission are important aspects of good citizenship, says City Secretary Michelle Lewis Sirianni.
Sachse has named Martin “Marty” Wade as interim Fire Chief. Chief Wade is a 26-year veteran of the fire service, having spent the entirety of his career with Plano Fire Rescue (PFR), and is on temporary loan from that organization.
A pair of seminars offered this spring by the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service can help Sachse residents become better at maintaining their existing lawn or enhancing their landscape with water efficient foliage, says Teresa Savage, Finance Director.
Commuters on a pair of popular roads in Sachse will be required to adjust their speed as new limits will be in place in the near future, says Greg Peters, Director of Public Works and Engineering.
The five-month period during which residents’ average water use will determine sewer charges for the next year began in November and concludes in March, says Finance Director Teresa Savage.