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NEW! For your convenience, we now have a DRIVE THRU PAYMENT DROP BOX located at the corner of SW 1st Avenue and SW 2nd Street, just south of City Hall.
Payments dropped after 4:30 p.m. will be processed on the next business day. Do not drop cash payments. Checks and money orders only please.
Changes Made to 2021-2024 Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and the Statewide Transportation Improvement Program (STIP) Requiring Regional Transportation Council Approval.
January Online Input OpportunityJanuary 11, 2021 - February 9, 2021Flyer | Volante publicitarioSUBMIT COMMENT/QUESTIONEmail: email@example.comFax: (817) 640-3028Phone: (817) 695-9240Mail: P.O. Box...
The City of Mineral Wells is accepting Non-Profit Funding Applications for FY 2021/2022 funding.
The City of Mineral Wells is accepting applications to provide funds for local non-profit organizations for the 2021/2022 fiscal year. To qualify for funding, the entity must be a non-profit organization, or equivalent, and must provide services within th...
DSHS Letter to Palo Pinto County Judge - GA-32 - 50 percent occupancy in businesses
DSHS Letter To Palo Pinto Judge
Free COVID Testing
Applications to file for a place on the May 1, 2021 ballot must be filed between January 13, 2021 and February 12, 2021 and will be available on January 11, 2021 at the City Clerk's Office, 115 SW 1st Street, Mineral Wells, TX 76067.
STATE OF TEXAS EVICTION DIVERSION PROGRAM
STATE OF TEXAS EVICTION DIVERSION
The Texas Eviction Diversion Program (TEDP) helps Texas tenants stay in their homes and provides landlords an alternative to eviction. The TEDP may provide up to six months of rental assistance for eligible tenants ...
The City of Mineral Wells and Palo Pinto County will hold the annual City/County Fall Clean Up Day on Saturday, October 31, 2020 from 8:00 am to 2:00 pm.
Mineral Wells Residents ONLY will go to: 2700 US Hwy. 281 Southlocated behind the Animal Shelter - must bring water bill & driver’s license
All County Residents will go to:Respective Precinct Barnsfor County Information call (940) 659-1210
CDC Fact Sheets
Help Protect Yourself and Others from COVID-19
What Your Test Results Mean
Slow the Spread of COVID-19
Do it for Yourself and Your Friends
Wear a Cloth Face Covering to Protect You and Your Friends
Executive Order No. GA-26 relating to the expanded opening of Texas in response to the COVID-19 disaster.
NOW, THEREFORE, I, Greg Abbott, Governor of Texas, by virtue of the power and authority vested in me by the Constitution and laws of the State of Texas, and in accordance with guidance from DSHS Commissioner Dr. Hellerstedt and other medical advisors, the...
This new order allows Mineral Wells to continue the reopening of businesses, recreational facilities and activities in the city.
The businesses and activities listed in GA 23 to be at 25% capacity are now allowed to be at 50% in Mineral Wells due to the small number of present case’s within Palo Pinto County. For clarification and more information, please visit ...
The following is a guide created by Dallas County to help create better context about connecting with the world while we navigate health hazards with our unique circumstances.
We suggest the use of a mask while interacting with public venues in all cases. This table will help you understand caution levels and how to make the best choices for your personal circumstances based on age, health and environmental risk.&...
At a press conference on April 27, the governor announced that he will allow his existing order GA-16 to expire on April 30.
He plans to “set a new course,” based on “data and doctors,” that will allow as many businesses to re-open as possible so long as we can contain the spread. To that end, he issued three new executive orders:
Cloth Mask Guidelines
Although this list isn't comprehensive, we will continue to update this list with resources as they become available.
The IRS has rolled out their economic stimulus payment requirements. The following resources explain guidelines and how to get into the portal for payment.
Senior may find assi...
As the city continues to review and look for ways we can provide public assistance return to fuller operations, we will let you know as departments fully reopen for business. We will update this page as departments reopen.
Minimum Recommended Health Protocols for Reopening
In accordance with Governor Abbott’s Executive Order GA-18, the following are the minimum recommended health protocols for Texas as outlined in the report.
The Governor of the State of Texas, Greg Abbott has issued Executive Orders No. GA-18, GA-19, and GA-20 relating to the safe, strategic plan to Open Texas in response to the COVID- 19 disaster.
Executive Order No. GA-18 relating to the expanded reopening of services as part of the safe, strategic plan to Open Texas in response to the COVID- 19 disaster. Download
Executive Order No. GA-19 relating to hospital capacity during the COVID-19 disaster....
An Ordinance of the City Council of the City of Mineral Wells, Texas Amending Ordinance No. 2020-03 Consenting to the Extension of the Declaration of Local Disaster.
ORDINANCE No. 2020-05
AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF MINERAL WELLS, TEXAS, AMENDING ORDINANCE NO. 2020-03 CONSENTING TO THE EXTENSION OF THE DECLARATION OF LOCAL DISASTER EXECUTED BY MAYOR TAMMY UNDERWOOD ON MARCH 19, 2020 UNTIL THE DECLAR...
Given all the discussion about Corona Virus, your children are likely to want to know more as time passes.
The following is a list of recommended resources which explain Corona Virus and how to model good behavior while providing enough information so as not to increase anxiety about the situation.
Talking to Children: From Harvard Health:
• Presenting Symptoms – Cough, sore throat, congestion, shortness of breath and/or fever. Contact the PPGH Hotline (8 am – 8 pm) 940-328-6555 and follow the instructions provided by medical staff.
The rapid spread of Corona Virus-19 has drastically increased the need for clear quick business communication and, to a great extent, alternate methods such as digital communication and communication with both the deaf and primary speakers of Spanish.
We are now reliant on more audio and written devices in communication. This virus has also increased the urgency to communicate effectively with those speaking other languages and communicate with those who have disabilities. The follo...
You can now sign up to speak at an upcoming virtual City Council or other City Boards or Commissions meeting online. Be sure to read the instructions and fill out the form completely.
PUBLIC COMMENT – SEE MODIFIED RULES BELOW
Citizens will have an opportunity to address the City Council or other City Boards or Commissions concerning an issue of community interest. Public comments are limited to three (3) minutes per speaker, u...
COVID-19 affects everyone, whether it is physically or mentally.
Taking steps to ensure that you and your loved ones are mentally healthy during this time is just as important as the precautions that should be taken seriously to ensure your physical health as well.
CDC.gov - Stress and Coping
The above link inc...
Get unbiased advice and fact-only research with key resources. Obtaining the right information during a crisis is crucial. The following resources will help alleviate anxiety and fear:
One of the keys to surviving community crisis disaster is recognizing and using your friends and neighborhood network. Remember, all those planning for family crisis rely on a friend/family/neighbor network as well.
On the importance o...
Beginning Mon, Mar 30, Waste Connections, the City’s waste service provider, will temporarily limit residential trash and recycling.
Items should be securely bagged or within container carts and no residential bulk and brush collection services.
Currently they are requiring all residential trash be bagged and tied, and limiting residential bulky waste collection to 2 cubic ya...
A local state of disaster for public health emergency is hereby declared for the City of Mineral Wells, a Texas home rule municipal corporation, pursuant to Section 418.108(a) of the Texas Government Code.
A video recording of the proclamation is available courtesy of the Mineral Wells Index.
In an effort to protect the health and safety of our citizens and employees, effective March 18, 2020, the City of Mineral Wells will temporarily absorb the 4% transaction fee for all credit card transactions.
The purpose is to promote electronic transactions and facilitate social distancing during this national coronavirus emergency.
All scheduled Municipal Court hearings are postponed until further notice of the court. The Court window will continue to be open during business hours. Please pay online or using the dropbox when possible. For questions, please call (940) 328-7733.
All scheduled Municipal Court hearings are postponed until further notice of the court. The Municipal Court window will continue to be open during regular business hours. For questions, please call the Court Clerk at (940) 328-7733.
The City of Mineral Wells is accepting applications for various positions on City Boards and Commissions. Terms will begin April 1, 2021. If you have considered serving in a volunteer position, please submit your application to the City Clerk.
Applications may be found here. Applications may also be picked up in the City Clerk’s Office, 115 S.W. 1st Street, Mineral Wells, TX 76067. Applications are considered active for one year.
The monthly financial statements for January 2020 are available for download and review.
Click the links below to see a list of all monthly reports currently available for each category.
Monthly Financial Reports
Check Reconciliation Registers
Statements of Expenditures
Statements of Revenues
A video recording of the City Council meeting on September 15, 2020, is available on the City of Mineral Wells YouTube Channel. An audio recording is also available for download and review on this website.
The video recording is available on the City’s YouTube Channel.
Audio recordings of the City Council meetings are also available for download and review.