Water bills have started reaching homes throughout the City this week and some residents may once again be alarmed by the cost. As you know, that same reaction is taking place in every corner of North Texas. High water bills have been the topic of conve...[Read on...]
Water bill Q and A - Addressing some of the most commonly asking questions regarding recent water costs and consumption.
Frequently Asked Questions:
This is the highest bill that I’ve ever had. How is this possible?This summer is the first time s...[Read on...]
Status Update on Utility Billing Questions:Thanks for your patience as we continue to deal with the high number of calls and requests for review of water billing accounts. The Utility Staff is working through the list of customers who contacted us with...[Read on...]
3rd Street and Ben Davis Road is now open.
Thank you for your patience as we work through these street improvements.
That recurring dream of walking across the stage and accepting the National Book Award for the novel you wrote in just one month could actually happen, says Sachse Library Manger Mignon Morse. National Novel Writing Month goes from Nov. 1 to 30.
Scary ghosts, frightening witches, terrifying goblins and more than a few Elsa the Snow Queens from the Disney movie “Frozen” will descend on Sachse homes on Halloween night, says Police Chief Bryan Sylvester.
Extending a heartfelt welcome to the cooler fall temperatures and getting into the “spirits” of Halloween, the Sachse Parks and Rec is presenting this year’s version of Pumpkin Prowl on Saturday, Oct. 17, says Recreation Supervisor Cynthia Wiseman.
Mark your calendars! The Sachse Parks and Recreation Department will be hosting the annual Pumpkin Prowl at Salmon Park on Saturday, October 17 starting at 6 PM. We've got some new things in store for this event so you won't want to miss out. Activitie...Read on...