Newsletter from Texas Department of State Health Services, Zoonosis Control: October 2015
Notice of Fort Bend County Voters on a proposed Countywide Polling Place Program: March 26, 2015
A countywide polling place on Election Day is one where any registered voter of Fort Bend County may vote, just as in Early Voting. If countywide polling places are implemented, a voter on Election Day would no longer be required to vote in his or her home precinct polling location, but could vote at any polling place within the county.
In order to provide additional information and to solicit comments from the public on a proposed plan to implement a countywide polling place program for use in the November 3, 2015 General Election , the Fort Bend County Department of Elections Administration will hold public meetings on the following dates and times found in the following attachment: Notice of Public Meetings on Countywide Polling Place Program (2)
What does it mean when a City Regulates and Provides Solid Waste Service?: March 3, 2015
The City of Simonton has recently agreed to regulate and provide solid waste service for the entirety of Simonton City Limits. This is a new service that the City has decided to manage. City Hall has received some inquires on what does it mean when a City begins to regulate and provide solid waste services? The following article provided by Texas Municipal League delivers a comprehensive look into what municipal solid waste consists of. If you are interesting in reading about Municipal Solid Waste please click the link below.
Municipal Solid Waste Article by TML.org : By Christy Drake-Adams, TML Legal Counsel from Texas Municipal League (www.tml.org)
City wide Street Sign Replacement: March 3, 2015
The City of Simonton has worked with Fort Bend County Road and Bridge to have all of the Street signs in the Simonton City Limits replaced. It has taken over a year of hard administrative work to ensure the street signs were properly replaced. A special thank you to everyone who was involved in maintaining Simonton’s street signs. Mayor McJunkin contributed in this project by auditing every sign in Simonton to make sure no sign was missing, misplaced, or misspelled. Fort Bend County Road and Bridge provide all the manual labor to construct and place the new street signs. Simonton City council accounted for the need and budgeted the expense to replace the street signs. Thank you again for your hard work and time in this effort to make The City of Simonton a beautiful place to live. If you notice that a sign is not replaced or any other concern about the street signs in Simonton City Limits please contact City Hall.
Newsletter from Fort Bend County Office of Emergency Management : March – April 2014
April 2, 2014
City of Simonton video promoting quality of life for its residents now and planning for tomorrow
December 2, 2013