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Resident Volunteers Needed

Resident Volunteers Needed Resident Volunteers Needed
The City Council of the City of Fate encourages all citizens to consider becoming actively involved in City government by serving on a City Board or Commission. Board and Commission applications are available on the City's website here....

Holiday Trash Routes

Holiday Trash Routes Holiday Trash Routes
Due to the Thanksgiving Day holiday, next week's trash and recycle schedule (Thursday November 27th to Saturday 29th) will change as follows: Thursday trash service will be picked up Friday
Friday trash service will be picked up Saturday Please call us with any questions: 972-771-4601

City Offices Closed

City Offices Closed
In observance of the Thanksgiving holiday, the City of a Fate offices will be closed Thursday and Friday, November 27th and 28th.  We will reopen on Monday December 1st.

New ISO Rating

New ISO Rating New ISO Rating
CITY OF FATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY PRESS RELEASE POSSIBLE SAVINGS ON THE HORIZON FOR FATE RESIDENTS   FATE, TEXAS-   October 2014, A sizeable insurance savings may be in order for Fate residents.  The Insurance Services Office Inc. conducted an exhaustive and in depth inspection...
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Texas Transparency- The Texas Comptroller of Public Account utilizes its Texas Transparency website to offer additional features citizens can use to learn more about state and local government finances.

Texas Transparency in Government

The City of Fate earned the Platinum Award in the Leadership Circle program, sponsored by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.  The Platinum Award is the highest level of achievement.

The Leadership Circle program was developed in 2009 to recognize local governments across Texas that strive to meet a high standard for financial transparency.  Among the criteria evaluated are accessibility of books to the public; providing clear, consistent pictures of spending; and sharing information in a user-friendly format that lets citizens drill down for more detail.

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