Due to mechanical breakdown the City of Eastland Convenience Center will only be open from 9-12 on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays until further notice. Normal hours will resume once equipment repairs are made. We apologize for the inconvience.
CITY UTILITY RATE INCREASES APPEAR IN NOVEMBER BILLING
The recently approved utilities increase for City of Eastland customers will appear in your November bill due December 20th. The increases stem from the increased debt services for construction of the new wastewater treatment plant, as well as increased cost of water purchased from Eastland County Water Supply District.
“All of us with the City regret the need to increase these rates,” said Eastland City Manager Ron Duncan, “but to continue to provide quality services and maintain our water and sewer systems at or above required standards, the increases are necessary.”
For Eastland residents inside the city limits the new rates include a $5 increase to water and a $19.93 to sewer charges for a total of $24.93 per month. These rates will increase the minimum monthly utility bill for water, sewer and garbage to a total of $100.47, up from the previous minimum of $75.74.
Customers outside the city limits, whose rates are higher than customers inside the city limits, will have their minimum increase from $79.14 to $104.79.
City of Eastland utility bills are mailed the last business day of each month and are due by the 20th of the following month.
As conveniences to our customers the City offers two plans including monthly average water billing and bank drafting services.
For questions on this or any other City of Eastland matters, contact Eastland City Hall at 254-629-8321 or drop by 113 E Commerce St.
CITY SEEKS CANDIDATES TO SERVE ON VARIOUS BOARDS
Economic Development, Historic Preservation, Planning & Zoning, Board of Adjustment
The City of Eastland is currently seeking persons interested in serving on city appointed boards that help make vital decisions for the city’s growth and future. As board vacancies arise, each Board will review their applications and submit a list of applicants to the City Commission for appointment. When multiple applications are received the remaining applications will go on file for future appointments. Each board has their own board member guidelines concerning who may serve.
EASTLAND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Powers/Duties: Among other functions, to develop an economic development plan for the city, set forth goals to accomplish the plan to include but not limited to an economic strategy to bolster the business climate throughout the city; fully utilize the assets of the city to enhance economic development; identify strategies to coordinate public, private, academic resources to develop and enhance business opportunities for all citizens of Eastland. The board shall assure accountability of all tax monies expended.
HISTORIC PRESERVATION BOARD:
Powers/Duties: Among other functions, to protect and enhance the landmarks and districts which represent distinctive elements of Eastland’s historic, architectural, and cultural heritage. Encourage stabilization, restoration, and improvements of historic properties and their values.
PLANNING & ZONING BOARD:
Powers/Duties: Among other functions, to make, amend, extend, or add to a Land Use Plan for the physical development of the City; recommend to City Commission approval or disapproval of proposed changes in the zoning districts and/or ordinances; Approve or disapprove the platting or subdividing of land within the corporate limits of the City and within adjacent areas as permitted by law.
BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT:
Powers/Duties: Among other functions, to hear and decide appeals where alleged error of law in any order, requirement, decision, or determination made during enforcement of the Planning & Zoning Code; interpret the provisions of the code in such a way as to carry out the intent and purpose of the plan.
For an application, stop by Eastland City Hall at 113 E Commerce St. For more information, contact Shirley Stuart, Bill Dolen or Terry Simmons at 254-629-8321.
CITY OF EASTLAND
TEXAS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM
The City of Eastland is giving notice of the city’s intent to submit a Texas Community Development Block Grant Program application for a Texas Capital Fund grant request of up to $730,000 to provide infrastructure improvements along Highway 6 and the intersection of Interstate 20 in the City of Eastland. The application is available for review at City Hall, 113 E Commerce St., Eastland, TX 76448 during regular business hours. For further information, contact Ron Duncan, City Manager, at (254) 629-8321. Para más información en español, comuníquese con Ciudad de Eastland al (254) 629-8321.
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