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Boil Water Notice for Community Public Water Systems

Feb 17, 2021

 February 17, 2021 Due to a break in a main water line, the subsequent reduced pressure in the water distribution system, and resulting water outage, the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality has required the City of Seymour public water system to notify all customers to boil their water prior to consumption (e.g., washing hands/face, brushing…

Boil & Conserve 2.17.2021

Feb 17, 2021

URGENT! PLEASE SHARE AND CONSERVE! BOIL ORDER ACTIVE! The City of Seymour has a main water line break. We are requesting that citizens conserve water immediately. More information will follow as made available.

City Hall Closed

Feb 17, 2021

City Hall will be closed Wednesday, February 17th due to the Winter Storm. Please call the Baylor County Sheriff’s dispatch at 940-889-3333 for emergency outage reports. Stay Safe ~ Stay Warm

Chapter 1 – General Provisions Ordinance for Review

Feb 8, 2021

CHAPTER 1 GENERAL PROVISIONS ARTICLE 1.100 CODE OF ORDINANCES* Sec. 1.101     How Code Designated and Cited The ordinances embraced in this, the preceding, and the following chapters, articles and sections shall constitute and be designated the “Seymour Revised City Code” or the “Seymour Revised Code of Ordinances” and may be so cited. (Ordinance adopting…

Chapter 2 – Animal Control Ordinance for Review

Feb 8, 2021

CHAPTER 2 ANIMAL CONTROL ARTICLE 2.100 GENERAL PROVISIONS* Sec. 2.101 Definitions Abandonment.  Leaving behind an animal alone or permitting the animal to be abandoned in circumstances which might cause harm to the animal. Animal. Any live domestic creature, including livestock and fowl, unless indicated otherwise. At-Large. Not restrained or confined by adequate physical means indoors…

Chapter 3 – Building & Construction Ordinance for Review

Feb 8, 2021

CHAPTER 3 BUILDING & CONSTRUCTION ARTICLE 3.100 DEFINITIONS Sec. 3.101     Definitions The words and phrases contained herein shall have the following meaning ascribed to them unless the context states otherwise: Abatement. Any action the city may take on public or private property and any adjacent property as may be necessary to remove or alleviate a…

Chapter 4 – Business & Commerce Ordinance for Review

Feb 8, 2021

CHAPTER 4 BUSINESS & COMMERCE ARTICLE 4.100 ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES* Sec. 4.101     Definition of Terms For the purpose of this article, all definitions of words, terms and phrases as set forth in the Texas Liquor Control Act are hereby adopted and made a part of this article. (Seymour City Code, Chapter 3, Section 3-1) Sec.…

Chapter 5 – Fire Protection Ordinance for Review

Feb 8, 2021

CHAPTER 5 FIRE PROTECTION* ARTICLE 5.100 FIRE DEPARTMENT Reserve 5.101 Sec. 5.102     Officers and Their Election The officers of the fire department shall consist of 2 captains, 1st & 2nd assistant chief, secretary-treasurer, president, chaplain & Fire Chief.  All officers of the fire department shall be elected by majority vote of all of the…

WTF “What To Flush”

Feb 1, 2021

Wastewater treatment is a process used to remove contaminants from wastewater or sewage and convert it into an effluent that can be returned to the water cycle with acceptable impact on the environment, or reused for various purposes.  The treatment process takes place in a wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) or a Sewage Treatment Plant (STP)…

Bid Notice for Wooden Furniture Located at Salt Fork Recreational Complex

Jan 27, 2021

SALT FORK RECREATIONAL BID NOTICE The City of Seymour is seeking sealed bids for Wood Furniture (tables with chairs and a hutch) located at the Salt Fork Recreational Complex. You may view the furniture at the Salt Fork Recreational Complex. Please submit bids in a sealed envelope marked (SFRC Wooden Furniture) and turn sealed bids…