Town of Sunnyvale - Feb. 18, 2022
A copy of the Town of Sunnyvale's 2021 Annual Report was sent to every address in the Town with an active utility account. These reports were delivered over the past week.
If for some reason you did not receive the Annual Report, a limited number of copies are available at Town Hall. If you are concerned about an address issue, please email the Public Relations and Event Coordinator.
Click here to view a digital copy of the Annual Report.
Early voting information
Town Hall is NOT an early voting polling location for the March 1 Joint Primary election.
Fire Station update
Construction on the Fire Station continues to progress. Currently, crews are working on grade beams and underground utilities. The foundation and other areas with concrete paving are expected to take place over the next month.
A message from the Sunnyvale Fire Department
Sunnyvale is experiencing extremely dry conditions which has resulted in dry vegetation (pastures, yards, etc.), requiring attention to open burning. Open burning includes burn permits, outdoor fire pits, and disposal of ashes.
At this time, Sunnyvale Fire/Rescue Department is asking the community to limit requests for burn permits until there is an improvement in the weather conditions. Additionally, the department would like to remind you of a couple of things:
Take caution with outdoor fire pits to avoid blowing embers and refrain from leaving fire pits unattended.
When disposing of ashes, do not place them in any type of container or trash bin. Even though you may not see a flame, ashes can flare up after disposal. Instead, dispose them in an area where you can spread them out. You can also spray them down with water, if needed.
In the recent days, there has been an increase in grass/brush fires that affect us all. Please take precautions to protect yourselves, your neighbors, and the Sunnyvale community.
Upcoming: Temporary change in water disinfectant
The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) will temporarily change the disinfectant in its water treatment process from March 1 through March 29, 2022. The annual, routine change is necessary to maintain the regional system and year-round water quality for the more than two million customers.
A reminder of this change will be posted at the end of February.
FAQs and tips to reduce the chlorine taste/odor of your water will be posted throughout the month of March.
SAVE THE DATE!
Show the Library some love!
February is "Love your Library" month!
The Friends of the Sunnyvale Public Library is celebrating in many ways!
- A jar of candy is set up at the Doris Padgett Public Library. Swing by the Library to guess how many candies are in the jar. The winner of the correct guess will win the jar of candy.
- Write a note letting the Library know know why you love them. All notes will be given to the Library.
Additionally, FOSPL will be giving away pencils and bookmarks during the month of February.
Annual Book Sale and Sunnyvale Faire
Vendor/Business/Organization sign up:
Calendar of events
Click here to register for more information from the Town of Sunnyvale.