PLEASE NOTE THAT OUR HOURS OF OPERATION HAVE CHANGED
(Sachse City Hall and Senior Activity Center)
Effective May 31 to September 9, 2022
Monday – Thursday, 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
Friday, 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m.
Thank you to everyone who came out this past Monday for the Memorial Day Ceremony, hosted by Councilmember Brett Franks. What a great way to honor and remember those who died fighting for our country.
Summer Reading 2022 - Kick-Off Party
Don't miss our Summer Reading Kickoff Party TOMORROW, Saturday, June 4 from 10 a.m. to noon at the Sachse Public Library! Kids can enjoy free popsicles from Frios Pops, inflatables, outdoor games, a petting zoo and more!
This is the first opportunity for kids, teens, and adults to sign up for the Summer Reading Challenge and get started on the 10-Hour Reading Challenge.
Visit our website for more information about Summer Reading.
Early Budget Input
We want to hear from you! What questions, suggestions, or other input do you have for the fiscal year 2022/2023 budget?
Join us on Monday, June 6, for an early resident and stakeholder input session during the regular City Council meeting. Click here to fill out the speaker form ahead of time to speak on this agenda item.
General Obligation Bonds
The City of Sachse will sell approximately $18,000,000 in Series 2022 General Obligation Bonds on Monday, June 6.
Residents interested in potentially buying bonds may contact the senior managing underwriter at Raymond James, (214) 365-5576.
Please help us welcome the newest members to the Sachse Police Department! Ofc. Cory Bable and Ofc. jaMarkus Smith were sworn in this week by Chief Sylvester. They will now begin the Field Training Program. Congratulations officers!
Charter Review Commission - Meeting #5
All information regarding these meetings and processes can be found on the dedicated website here. These meetings are open to the public, and resident input is always encouraged.
If you should have any questions pertaining to the Charter Review, please email us at the dedicated email address, firstname.lastname@example.org.
As a reminder, some residences may see a change in their bulk/brush collection schedule. Direct notification was sent to those affected (a specific area in Woodbridge West), so if you have not been contacted, your route has not changed.
Please see the map below for clarification, or check out the interactive map here.
Discover Your Bulk & Brush Collection Day
The City has new times to set out your bulk trash and brush collection. Bulk trash needs to be placed out no earlier than 48 hours prior to your scheduled collection day. What about brush? It goes out on the Saturday prior to your collection day.
Please Note: no more than 6 cubic yards of brush/bulk are allowed to be out on the curb at one time.
Not sure about your collection day? Check the interactive map on our bulk trash webpage:www.cityofsachse.com/bulktrash. You'll find information about what is considered bulk trash and the items included in brush.
Confused? Have questions? We're here to help.
Sachse's Chart For COVID-19 Info
Sachse maintains a list of active/recovered patients on its COVID-19webpage. The chart includes the number of active cases, where the cases are located by county, the gender of the patients, status of the patients (e.g., hospitalized, self-quarantined) and the number of recovered cases.
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The Sachse Scene is a weekly newsletter produced by the City of Sachse. If you want to know more about the latest news and events in Sachse, subscribe to the newsletter by email atcityofsachse.com/SachseScene. It's so easy to stay informed.