RESIDENTS / SERVICES
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The City of Nolanville requires building permits for the following:
Sheds, fences, decks, porches, irrigation, drive ways, sidewalks, car ports, swimming pools… etc.
A burn permit is required. Burn permits are $30.00 and can be obtained at City Hall. (The burn ban must be lifted.)
ANIMALS WITHIN THE CITY:
Animals are required to be registered with the City. Animals that are altered have a $5.00 registration fee, and un-altered animals have a registration fee of $7.00. Also, current shot records are due at the time of registration.
Animals must be on a leash. Animals Running-At-Large are prohibited. It shall be unlawful for any person to suffer or permit any animal to run, or be, at-large upon public streets, avenues, or alleys of the city, or on the premise of any person other than the owner of the animal and the premise not being in possession or control of the owner of the animal.
You must clean up after your animal. ANIMAL WASTE: The owner of every animal shall make sanitary disposal of any excreta deposited by his animal on public walks, streets, recreation areas, or upon private property not within the control, possession, or supervision of said owner.
CURFEW FOR MINORS:
11 p.m. on Sunday-Thursday and 12 a.m. on Friday and Saturday
SOLICITOR PERMITS: (ORDINANCE 7001-B)
The City of Nolanville has an Ordinance regulating solicitors, and peddlers within the City limits. To apply for a solicitor’s permit, please stop by City Hall to obtain an application. Permit fees are $10.00 per day. If there are further questions regarding permits, please call City Hall at 254.698.6335.
GARAGE SALE PERMITS:
Garage sales require a permit. This permit can be obtained at City Hall. Permit fees are $5.00 for three (3) consecutive days. Each resident is allotted (4) four yard sales per calendar year.
Trash service is required within the City limits. The City contracts with Texas Disposal Systems and they can be reached by telephone at 1.800.375.8375. Trash containers are to be placed at the curb by 7 a.m. and are to be removed by 9 p.m. the day of pick up.
FIREWORKS: ORDINANCE 6040-1
Fireworks are not allowed within the City limits.
Address on house must be visible from street.
HIGH WEEDS, GRASS, OR BRUSH:
The City of Nolanville has an Ordinance regulating that any grass, weeds, or brush shall not exceed a height of more than twelve (12) inches.
Nolanville Food Pantry
The food pantry is operated by Mary Faye McDonald through Capital Area Food Bank. The food pantry is open every 2nd and 4th Thursday of the month, 3:00pm to 6:00pm and located at 200 North Main St. For more information contact Mary Faye McDonald at (254)698-6820 or email email@example.com
J.W. Sims Community Center
The J. W. Sims Community Center is located at 408 N. 10th St. and is owned by the City of Nolanville. The Community Center contains the council chambers and municipal courtroom. The community center may be rented by the public. For rental information and fees please contact city hall at (254)698-6335.
Every Nolanville resident is required by City Ordinance to have trash service. Nolanville trash service is provided through Texas Disposal System. All billing inquires need to be directed to Texas Disposal Systems. For trash service or questions please call (512)421-1340 or (800)375-8375 or CLICK HERE to visit their website.
The water/sewer services in the City of Nolanville are maintained and operated by water districts. The Bell County Water Control and Improvement District #3 (WCID #3) is located at 303 N. Main St. in Nolanville. WCID #3 has a board of 5 members who are elected by the voters. WCID #3 board meetings are held the 3rd Monday of every month at 5:00PM at the water department. For information on water board meetings, becoming a member of the water board, elections, or issues regarding water/sewer services please contact WCID #3 at (254)698-6885 or CLICK HERE to visit their website. For more information on Texas Water Districts CLICK HERE.
Animals services works in providing a safe humane shelter for unwanted, stray, abused, and impounded animals in accordance with state and city regulations in a cost-efficient and effective manner. Animal services also provide the service of keeping the city free of loose and stray animals. For information regarding missing pets, or if you are looking to adopt a pet, please call Animal Services at 254-698-6032.
Code enforcement is done to keep the city free of health hazards, nuisance violations, unsafe building conditions, junked and inoperable motor vehicles and violations of any health regulations or ordinances. Violations may be located by the Code Enforcement Officer or reported by any person. The primary role of the Code Enforcement is to eliminate hazards that could affect public safety.
The Nolanville City Park is located at the North end of Mesquite St. on the east side of the City and is open to the public. The park is open from 8:00am to dusk.
The City of Nolanville is home to two elementary schools. The two schools are the Richard E Cavazos Elementary School located at 1200 N 10th St. ((254) 336-7000) and the Nolanville Elementary School located at 901 Old Nolanville Rd. ((254) 336-2180) Both Schools are part of the Killeen Independent School District. For more information CLICK HERE to visit their website.
Public transportation is offered in Nolanville through the transit system, known as the HOP. HOP regularly coordinates trips, often carrying passengers with disabilities via its Special Transit Service (STS) to Fixed Route Service (FRS) routes, thereby providing service to persons in rural areas and urban clients in the Killeen and Temple urbanized areas. For route information contact (254) 791-9601.
City elections are held every year on the November uniform election date. Every odd number year three council members are voted in and every even number year the mayor and two council members are voted in. Voter registration cards are available at City Hall. For information regarding voting information CLICK HERE or please contact the City Secretary at (254)698-6335.
Central Bell County Fire & Rescue Volunteer Fire Department
Central Bell County Fire and Rescue volunteer fire department provides the City of Nolanville area with fire protection. Although they are their own entity, the Fire Department and the City work together to ensure safety and fire protection for the citizens of Nolanville. Their station is located in the City of Nolanville right next to the City hall building. For fire department information call (254)698-6891. CLICK HERE for their May 2013 Training Schedule. The public is welcome to attend the trainings, for more information please contact the fire department.
Capital Ambulance Service
The City of Nolanville contracts with Capital Ambulance Service to provide emergency medical service to the Citizens of Nolanville. Capital Ambulance Service is housed out of the fire department located next to city hall. For more information on Capital Ambulance service CLICK HERE to visit their website.
Report Street Light Outage
To report a street light outage online please CLICK HERE.