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Please visit Petfinder to find animals available for adoption in Sachse. The adoption fee is $80 and includes spayed/neutered, vaccines, FVRCP (cats) and DHPPS (dogs), and microchip. If the pet arrives at the Shelter already spayed/neutered and is put up for adoption, the fee is $25.
The system is tested on the first Wednesday* of each month. Each audible test includes approximately 30 seconds of audible siren sound.
*In case of inclement weather, the siren test will be cancelled.
There are many steps you can take to protect your business from hazards. Please consult FEMA disaster preparedness for more information.
For additional questions about traffic calming devices in your neighborhood, please contact the city's engineering department at 469.429.4792. Traffic Calming
No. Nail salons are licensed and regulated by the State of Texas. For more information, visit the Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation. Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation P. O. Box 12157 Austin, TX 78711 Phone: 512.463.6599 Toll-Free Phone: 800.803.9202 Fax: 512.463.9468 Relay Texas TDD: 800.735.2989
The Texas Department of State Health Services, Certified Food Manager Certification is obtained by passing a department-approved examination consisting of 75 basic food safety and sanitation questions. For more information, visit the site below:CFM Certificate
Please fill out an application and bring it in person to the Finance Office.
Yes, please view all options for paying your City of Sachse utility bill.
Yes, the city’s budget and tax information is available after approval in September of each year. These documents can also be viewed at City Hall: 3815B Sachse Road, Sachse, TX 75048
Follow the link to the Vendor Information form and other information required to do business with the City of Sachse.
The Comptroller's office maintains an online database of Chapter 380 and 381 Agreements. Check it out here.
A garage sale permit form.
Violation penalties, any persons who shall violate a provision of this code shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and punished by a fine of not more than Two Thousand Dollars ($2,000.00).
FIREWORKS are any composition or device producing a visible or an audible effect for entertainment purposes by combustion, deflagration, or detonation, and/or activated by ignition with a match or other heat producing device that meets the definition of 1.4G fireworks as set forth herein.
Fireworks, 1.4G. Small fireworks devices containing restricted amounts of pyrotechnic composition designed primarily to produce visible or audible effects by combustion. This includes Sparklers.
(Ordinance No. 3428, § 9, 10-15-12)
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No, anyone in Texas can obtain a Sachse Public Library Card.
Just come to the library with a valid driver’s license showing your current address. If your driver’s license does not show your current address, please bring a bill showing your name and address. Children under 16 will need to be accompanied by a parent or guardian in order to get a card.
Patrons who owe more than $5.00 in fines will not be allowed to check out items.
Yes. If the book was published within the last year, please come into the library and fill out a Suggestion for Purchase form. If the book is older than one year, fill out an Interlibrary Loan Request Form or Suggestion for Purchase Form online or at the library.
The Friends of the Sachse Public Library is a nonprofit 501c (3) corporation that provides fundraising support for the Library. If you would like more information on becoming involved in their activities, please call the Library or check the Friends of the Library web page.
Failure to contact the court within 10 days from the date of your citation will result in an arrest warrant: Municipal Court 3815 Sachse Rd. Building B Sachse, TX 75048 Ph: 469.429.4766
No, the City of Sachse Municipal Court does not process evictions. Please contact the appropriate county office for details.
Citizens can sign up through the Sachse Baseball Association or the Sachse Softball Association.
The Parks & Recreation Department publishes a Fall/Winter and Spring/Summer class schedule each year. You can view the program brochure and register for classes from the main Parks & Recreation page.
You can sign up online to receive updates on special events and receive news flashes at Notify Me.
The city is responsible for sewer main lines and service lateral line repairs up to the customer’s property line. If the back up is on the city lines please call the Public Works Department at 972.495.7600 during normal business hours, on weekends, holiday and from 5pm to 8am call Police Dispatch at 972.495.2271, option 2 and a crew will be dispatched. If the back-up occurs in the City line, the crew will clear the line. If there is a blockage in the customer line, we will notify you.
Potholes in street and alleys should be reported to the Public Works Department at 972.495.7600 or visit the
Water and sanitary sewer main in public right-of-way can be located by calling the Public Works Department at 972.495.7600 to request a locate. Locates can take up to 2-3 working days to complete. Franchise utilities, including gas, electric, phone and cable are located by a 3rd party company via the 811 service. State law requires notification of the 811 service to request locates before digging. This is for your safety as accidentally hitting an electric power cable or gas main can lead to serious injury or death. Gas, Phone, Cable TV and Electric Power lines can be located by calling 811. The City does not keep records regarding the location of water or sanitary sewer services on private property. Location of water or sanitary sewer services on private property can often be deduced by locating sewer main cleanouts or water control valves on the property.
Yes. Call Public Works at 972.495.7600 for repairs or make an online request
SeeClickFix is a reporting platform which allows residents to voice concerns to the City using an app on their smart phone/smart device or the portal on the City’s website: www.cityofsachse.com/seeclickfix.
When reporting an issue using SeeClickFix, residents submit the service request and if possible, shoot a photo of their concern. The request is instantly routed to the correct department and staff. This means your service request is addressed quickly and efficiently. You can track progress from beginning to end, so you’ll know when the issue is resolved.
There are two easy ways to download the SeeClickFix app on your smart phone: Go to the SeeClickFix webpage and click on the icon for your phone; or go to the App Store and search for SeeClickFix. When you reach the app’s home screen, select Explore Community. You’ll type Sachse, Texas in the search bar and once you see the City of Sachse’s logo you’re done!
Residents can voice concerns ranging from non-emergency public safety issues to aesthetic issues. Typical service requests include:
- Inoperable Vehicles- Unpaved Parking (vehicle, trailer, camper)- Storage and Parking of Trailers and Commercial Vehicles- Blight (Detraction to the neighborhood)- Graffiti- Illegal Dumping- Vegetation (Grass/Weeds)- Bulk Trash (Excessive/Early Placement)- Trees- Garbage/Recycle Containers- Home Occupation- Bandit Signs- Swimming Pools & Hot Tubs- Vacant/Abandoned Structures- Property Maintenance- Housing Quality Standards (Rental Units)- Signs
- Building Violations (Residential)- Building Violations (Commercial)
- Exterior Lighting City Property- Playground Equipment- Public Restrooms- Parks
- Streets- Sidewalks- Alleys- Curbs- Drainage- Water Leak- Water Meter- Water Pressure/Water Quality- Sewer Backup- Road Signs & Traffic Signals/Lighting
All emergency issues, such as an ongoing crime or health issues, need to be reported by calling 911.
It depends on the type of issues reported. In some cases, funding is a component used to analyze how the reported concern is handled.
SeeClickFix allows the reporting party to remain anonymous.
If you need more information or simply have questions, email email@example.com.
CWD will empty the cart using Automated Side Load (ASL) trucks. ASL trucks must have adequate space in the street or alleyway for the truck to line up to a cart and allow for the truck's arm and claw to extend to retrieve the cart. In order to protect your property, the driver will not service your cart(s) if vehicles or other obstacles are positioned too close to the cart(s).
Please make sure the cart has at least three feet clearance from mailboxes, parked cars, gas, or water meters, etc. and that the handle is facing the house. If you recycle, please leave a three foot clearance between the trash cart and recycle cart.
Should you find that you are consistently having more trash than what fits in your trash cart, contact City of Sachse at 469.429.4763 to order an additional cart. There is a minimal monthly fee for each additional cart.
Call CWD Customer Service, (972)392-9300, Option 2 or email Customerservice@cdw.to
CWD will collect bulk / brush items once per month. Bulk is limited to 6 cubic yards. Bundled brush is unlimited using these parameters: 1. bundle brush four (4) feet by two (2) feet lengths; 2. cannot weigh more than 40 pounds per bundle. Acceptable and prohibited bulky waste are detailed under Trash Services.
U.S. EPA prohibits the disposal of goods containing Freon. The resident is responsible for having refrigerant removed and tagged by a licensed technician.
Pick up option: You may call CWD Weekdays: 7:30 am - 5:30 pm Saturdays: 8:00 am - 2:00 pm. (972)392.9300 Option 2 to schedule a special pickup. There is a minimum charge for this service and payment must be made in advance.
Drop off option: C.M. Hinton, Jr. Regional Landfill, located at 3175 Elm Grove Road.
Holidays observed by Community Waste Disposal (CWD) are: New Year’s Day, Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas Day. If your collection day falls on a Holiday, collection for the entire week will be moved over to the next day ending with a Saturday pickup. For example: If your scheduled pickup day falls on Monday and Monday is a holiday, your collection day will move over to Tuesday and so on for the rest of the week.
Yes, once a year, usually in April, Sachse will host a city-wide cleanup day. Check the website for further details.
Once a year, Sachse will have a household hazardous waste collection day. It will be posted on the city's website or you may call 972.495.1212 for more information as it is available. You may also bring your items to the Household Chemical Collection Center located at 11234 Plano Road, Dallas. Visit their website for more information and a list of what is accepted.
Once a year, usually in April, Sachse will host an electronic waste event during the Spring Cleanup. Check the website for further details.