Seagoville Quarterly Newsletter

Third Quarter 2022

SEAGOVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY - SUMMER READING CLUB - OCEANS OF POSSIBILITIES

The library's summer reading program is underway. We have crafts, games, performers and prizes! Come by and check out all the exciting things the library has to offer this summer.

Fireworks Illegal in the City of Seagoville

The Seagoville Fire Department would like to inform the citizens that it is illegal to possess, use, store and handle fireworks inside the city limits of Seagoville. The city also passed a nuisance ordinance that makes it illegal to use fireworks within the City of Seagoville extraterritorial jurisdiction. That distance is 5000 feet outside the city limits. Violations of these codes may result in a fine up to $2,000.00.
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Keep Seagoville Beautiful - Yard/Business of the Month

Keep Seagoville Beautiful is currently looking for Yard of the Month nominations for July, August, and September. Let us know if you see a yard that should be recognized! You can post your nominations to our Keep Seagoville Beautiful Facebook Page linked below. Deadline to submit nominations is 25th of each month.

Keep Seagoville Beautiful is currently accepting nominations for Business Landscape of the Month for July, August, and September. Let us know if you see a business that should be recognized for their landscape or clean storefront. You can post your nominations to our Keep Seagoville Beautiful Facebook Page linked below. Deadline to submit a nomination is Saturday, June 25th.


https://www.facebook.com/KeepSeagovilleBeautiful/

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Seagoville Senior Center

The Seagoville Senior Center is missing some of our senior community, if you or someone you know is 60 or older, come join us for activities, entertainment, exercise, lunch and more! We are located at 304 E. Farmers Rd, Seagoville, TX 75159, we are open Monday – Friday from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. Lunch is contribution based, $1.00 recommended contribution, served at 11:15 a.m. We are currently still offering lunches to be picked up through our drive thru line from 11:15 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. The only qualifier is that you are 60 or older ( if your spouse is under 60 they will qualify through you) and have a completed application on file in which we would be more than happy to help you fill out.

The senior center is currently accepting donations to help enhance our activities and entertainment for our seniors. The following items are always a plus:

Coffee – Regular and Decaffeinated (closed, never opened containers)

Creamer – Closed never opened, preferably powder to stay fresh longer.

Plates – dessert and large style – used when someone brings treats for the seniors.

Sturdy Plastic Ware – used to consume the extras brought in by members or donated.

Popcorn – popcorn kernel to be cooked in the popcorn machine we have on premises

Popcorn Oil and Popcorn Salt

Small items that could be used for Bingo prizes, new or like new. (Usually $1-$2 dollars in value)

Monetary donations go into the center fund for future entertainment and other items not covered by our budgets.

Thank you in advance for any assistance. We look for to seeing YOU soon!

Kim Dykes

Director

Seagoville Fire Department

The Seagoville Fire Department hopes all its citizens are enjoying summer so far. Please remember to stay hydrated in this heat we are having. Almost all heat related emergencies can be prevented by staying hydrated before activity in the heat. With July 4th just a few days away we want to remind everybody to be safe and responsible. Also remember that there are absolutely no fireworks allowed within the city limits per city ordinance. We also have September 11th in a few months, we always want to honor and remember those who have fallen. Have a good back half of the summer with family and friends. The fire department looks forward to serving our citizens with any needs they have.

Seagoville Police Department

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