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Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission (TABC)
A minimum 300-foot distance is required from a public/private school, church or public hospital. A variance procedure is available through the City Council.
No, and cities cannot adopt such an ordinance. The spacing requirement only applies to public/private schools, churches and hospitals.
a. Distance from a school is measured in a straight line from property line to property line.
b. The law requires that the distances from a church or hospital be measured from front door of the proposed establishment to the street front. If on the same side of the street, measurement continues along the along street frontage to a point perpendicular to the front door of the church or hospital, and then from the street frontage to the front door of the church or hospital
No, but the City can regulate the land use and establishments that might sell alcohol. (i.e. convenience stores, restaurants, etc.)
a. Complete application and submit to the Texas Comptroller’s Office. b. City review c. TABC review d. County Judge vote e. Austin, Texas for final processing
You can track permits on the TABC website: www.tabc.state.tx.us
The sale of beer and wine only applies to the current (at the time of the 2008 election) corporate boundaries of the City of Wilmer. Any areas that are annexed after the election date will be considered dry. Residents of those areas must vote themselves “wet” in order to sell alcohol.
Contact City Secretary at 972-441-6373 or via email at email@example.com.
The City of Wilmer is going to be installing AMI Digital Water Meters in replacement of the old water meters that are currently being used by the city. The new digital water meters provide customers with accurate real-time data on their water usage. The digital water meters will help customers understand their individual water use by answering the question (how and when) they use their water.
The City Council authorized tax notes in September 2019 to install advanced metering infrastructure citywide. On July 15, 2021, the City Council approved a contract to begin the installation of the new technology that will empower the customers with data that will give them control over their water usage. The Digital Water Meters will allow customers to get updates and alerts and detect leaks to manage costs. The Digital Water Meters have been proving to be effective and reliable for customers in the area of water management.
Digital Water Meters will allow customers to monitor their water usage more closely through the new customer web portal to manage and reduce costs associated with their water bills. Some of the benefits of Digital Water Meters:
You can access the data about your water usage through your customer web portal on your laptop, tablet, or mobile device. All you need is to create a unique username (your email address) and password to have a secure account login. Also, our Customer Support Team will be able to assist you in creating an account and understanding your water bill.
Information is posted on the Utility Billing page.
Open positions are posted on the Human Resources page. You may submit your online application and resume at Human Resources.
Despite our best efforts, we occasionally miss scheduled collections. If we do, please call Waste Management at 800-800-5804.
Click on the date on the City Calendar or use the Agenda & Minutes icon on the main page of the website.
It depends. If there are multiple job openings you may use one application if the positions you are applying for are listed on the application. However, the City of Wilmer has separate applications for Fire, Police, and General Staffing so applicants must complete the appropriate application(s). At the close of the application process, which is when an applicant has been placed in a vacant position, all applications are returned to the Human Resources Department for retention purposes only. You must reapply for any future openings of a position. If you have any questions, please contact Human Resources
Yes. The City will require a candidate to be drug and alcohol screened, at no cost to them. Depending upon the position, the candidate may also be asked to complete a physical, again, at no cost to the candidate. The candidate will also be required to consent to a background screen.
There is no set timeframe. Applications are reviewed and applicants are referred to the Hiring Manager. Interviews are scheduled and depending upon their success, the Hiring Manager will present a conditional offer of employment. A start date is not decided upon until the results of the background check and required testing are received.
While subject to change and dependent upon the position, the City of Wilmer offers 10 paid holidays, 96 annual hours of accruing sick pay, 80 annual hours of accruing vacation leave, TMRS retirement pay match (7%) for full-time employees, employer paid medical, dental, short and long-term disability and life insurance for Full-time employees.
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Five books and/or audiobooks can be checked out for 2 weeks. 3 DVDs per family or in the same household may be checked out at any time. DVDs may be checked out for three days. DVDs, Audiobooks, and Books may be placed in the) drop box inside the library.
Yes. Wi-Fi is available and FREE of charge for use on personal devices.
Please contact the Wilmer Public Library at (972) 441-3713.
To request a book please have the following information ready:
Those who do not have cards are welcome at the library. While you may not borrow materials, you may use many other library resources and services:
You have the right to enter a plea of guilty, nolo contendere / no contest, or not guilty to each offense charged. You have the right to consult an attorney and the right to a jury or non-jury trial. If you plead not guilty, you will need to decide whether to have an attorney represent you. You may defend yourself, but no one else except a lawyer may represent you.
Guilty - You admit that the act is prohibited by law, that you committed the act charged, and that you have no defense or excuse for your act.
Nolo contendere / no contest - You do not contest the state's charge against you. While it is not an admission by you that you are guilty, it will result in a conviction on your record.
Not guilty - You are informing the court that you deny guilt or that you have a good defense, and that the state must prove what is charged against you.
If you wish to plead not guilty or get further information on your options by setting court date, you must either appear in person before your appearance date on your citation at the court clerk's office or submit a written request. You may submit the Request for Trial Form to the court prior to your appearance date. Attach a copy of your Driver's License or picture ID with the form. A notice of trial date will be mailed to you at your current address.
Yes, but only if you wish to pay the full amount. If you have been order by the court to pay a reduced amount or have requested Driver's Safety Course or a Deferral, do not pay online. Call the court directly to make your payment. If you pay online there are no refunds and the processing fee is not refundable. Contact the court for more information at 972-441-6372
You may fill out an online form and attach your document to the form and it will automatically be sent to the court for review. The are several documents that you may attach and send to the court. Here is the Document Submission Form.
You may also call the Court for more information on forms or documents that you need to submit at (972)441-6372.
Please contact Dallas County at 214-653-7151.
Contact the TXDOT local office.
Contact Utility Billing during business hours at 972-441-6373.
Please contact animal control at 972-441-6566.
Non-emergency Police dispatch 972-441-6565 they will dispatch the on-call crew to your location.
Wilmer purchases water from the City of Lancaster.
Call Utility Billing at 972-441-6373, during regular business hours, and a water crew will be dispatched to your home.
Call Utility Billing at 972-441-6373 during regular business hours and they will dispatch a crew to your home.