Notice of Intention to Issue - Combination Tax and Limited Pledge Revenue Certificates of Obligation

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Announcement from ONCOR, ERCOT

Today (June 14), the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT), the governing body that oversees the electric grid in Texas, is asking all Texans to reduce electric use as much as possible today through Friday, June 18. Per ERCOT, a significant number of forced generation outages combined with potential record electric use for the month of June has resulted in tight grid conditions.

Trinity Metro South Tarrant Zone Free in June

Great news from Trinity Metro!

Check out the Trinity Metro website to see the new routes and how to access it.

https://ridetrinitymetro.org/rider-services/zipzone/

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Episode 13 (June 16)

This Week in Crowley

The City of Crowley recently launched a new communication program called "This Week In Crowley."

Each Wednesday beginning at 2 p.m., the City of Crowley will host a weekly Facebook Live Session where Crowley City Manager Robert Loftin or other city department heads will take 5-10 minutes to introduce new information about what’s going on in the City. 

Past Episodes

Community Meeting to be Held June 30

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The Crowley Animal Control Division will host a community support meeting with guest speakers Adam Henry, Wildlife Damage Biologist with Texas Wildlife and Rachel Richter, Urban Biologist with Texas Parks & Wildlife. The focus of this meeting will include the migratory bird infestation in the Deer Creek Estates area. This meeting will not only be informational, but will also provide resources and designate time for questions.

When: June 30, 2021, 6 p.m.-7 p.m.

Where: Crowley Recreation Center, Daisy Hall, 405 S. Oak St., Crowley, TX 76036

Snacks and beverages will be provided.

If you have any questions, please contact Crowley Animal Services at 817-297-5160 or email ACO@ci.crowley.tx.us

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Sign up for a Membership at the Crowley Rec

The mission of the Crowley Recreation Center is to educate, engage and enrich the lives of our members. A membership to the recreation center includes access to the gym, indoor track, fitness center, group fitness classes, workshops and seminars. There may be additional fees associated with special classes and/or programs.

There are several different options for membership and rates vary based on resident status. Purchase the annual membership and get two months free (must be paid in full at time of registration). Military discounts available. 

Please contact the Recreation Center for more information. 

Information, Membership Rates Here

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Do you live in the city limits of Crowley?

The 76036 Crowley ZIP Code encompasses more than just the city of Crowley. Some people have the 76036 ZIP Code who actually live in Tarrant County, Johnson County, Fort Worth or the Fort Worth Extraterritorial Jurisdiction (ETJ).

The simplest way to know if you are in the city limits of Crowley is if you pay your water and garbage bill to the City of Crowley.

Here is another great tool for you to use as a cross-reference to find out exactly where you live and where your taxes go.

Remember, what we are sharing with you is public information that can be viewed by anyone who visits the Tarrant Appraisal District website. (Also, TAD regularly updates its site, so some of the newer homes may not show up just yet.)

1. Visit TAD.org
2. On the main page, you’ll see Property Search. Enter your address “1234 Jones” (don’t put street, drive, road, circle, etc), and your information will pop up.
3. Click into the account number associated with your address and you will see the location of your property and Property Data.

This is an example of someone who lives in Crowley and where the taxes go:

006 CITY OF CROWLEY
220 TARRANT COUNTY
912 CROWLEY ISD
224 TARRANT COUNTY HOSPITAL
225 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE

This is an example of someone who lives in Tarrant County (but not in a city in Tarrant County) and where the taxes go:

220 TARRANT COUNTY
912 CROWLEY ISD
224 TARRANT COUNTY HOSPITAL
225 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE
222 EMERGENCY SVCS DIST #1

Here is an example of someone who lives in Fort Worth and where the taxes go:

026 CITY OF FORT WORTH
220 TARRANT COUNTY
912 CROWLEY ISD
223 TARRANT REGIONAL WATER DISTRICT
224 TARRANT COUNTY HOSPITAL
225 TARRANT COUNTY COLLEGE

As some of the examples above show, if you pay Crowley ISD taxes, it doesn’t mean you are in the city limits of Crowley.

Also attached, is a map of the city limits of Crowley for you to use for future reference.

As Crowley City Manager Robert Loftin said in our first episode of “This Week in Crowley,” which is conducted on the city’s Facebook page via Facebook Live every Wednesday at 2 p.m., the city — by law — is limited in providing city services to those who live outside the city limits of Crowley.

Hopefully, this information will help you better understand exactly where you live inside the 76036 ZIP Code, who you may need to call for your specific issue and where your tax dollars go.

Water

Residential Sprinkler System Evaluation Program

The City of Crowley, in cooperation with the Tarrant Regional Water District (TRWD), is proud to offer a free sprinkler system evaluation program for our residential customers

The free evaluation will provide homeowners with basic knowledge of how their sprinkler systems work, feedback on the current condition of equipment and recommendations for improvement. When an appointment is scheduled, a licensed irrigator will perform a 45-minute assessment with the resident.

A summary of results and recommendations will then be provided. This program is not a sales pitch for additional contracting services, and you will be under no pressure to make specific changes. We hope this opportunity will assist Crowley residents to efficiently manage outdoor water use.

Please follow this link to request a free sprinkler system evaluation.