Sachse Scene
October 25, 2019
firefighers

Severe weather causes significant damages in Sachse


Six houses in the 6800 block of Eastview Drive in southeast Sachse sustained significant high-wind damage after severe weather moved through the area Sunday night, Oct. 20. Two of the homes were left uninhabitable. No injuries occurred. The Sachse Police Department is providing security to the affected area; with only residents, family members and authorized personnel allowed to enter. City personnel are assisting residents with initial recovery efforts and general needs.


Woodcreek Way

Sachse prohibits stopping, standing, and parking along portions of Woodcreek Way for student safety


The Sachse City Council approved an ordinance prohibiting a person to stop, stand or park a motor vehicle along Woodcreek Way during the Oct. 21 regular City Council meeting. The parking restrictions are effective immediately, and are intended to provide a safer route to school for Whitt Elementary School students by improving visibility of vehicles traveling in the area. Visit www.cityofsachse.com/WoodcreekWay for more information.


Boards and Commissions

City seeks applicants to fill
board vacancies


The City currently has openings on the Library Board, the Animal Shelter Board, and the Board of Adjustments. Boards and commissions are essential to the City's ability to provide quality services to our community. Persons interested in serving on a board or commission can learn more or apply by visiting  www.cityofsachse.com/BoardsCommissions or by calling the City Secretary's Office at 469-429-4771.


ghost stories

Halloween Blast to be held on October 29 at Sachse Public Library


Enjoy a spooky night of fun at the Sachse Public Library. The library will host its second annual Halloween Blast on Tuesday, Oct. 29, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Activities will include carnival games, a spooky sensory stroll, and more. The event is free and open to all ages.



Pumpkin prowl

2019 Pumpkin Prowl highly attended by Sachse community


On Saturday, Oct. 19, an estimated 2,500 children and adults joined in on the spooky fun and games at the 2019 Pumpkin Prowl. The event featured a Pumpkin Hunt, with 3,000 mini pumpkins and 3,000 pieces of candy, a game zone, costume contest, a Haunted Hayride and much more. Special thanks to CERT, the Sachse High School theater team, and the Sachse Baseball Association for their assistance with the event. Watch the 2019 Sachse Pumpkin Prowl video for a brief recap of the fun


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