Seagoville Quarterly Newsletter

Fourth Quarter 2022

Story Time is back at Seagoville Public Library

Story Time is held on Fridays at 11:00AM. Come join us every week as we read a story and make a craft.

Follow us on Facebook or check out our website for more information.

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Movie in the Park

Saturday, November 12, 2022

at Bruce Central Park

The movie will start at dusk, weather permitting.

Patrons are encouraged to bring picnic baskets, lawn chairs, and blankets. No E-Z up canopies, please.

Free Admission- Food and refreshments will be available for purchase.


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Sewer Rates

Residential Rates






As of October 1, 2022, a minimum charge of $19.82 for the first 2,000 gallons of water usage related, and $9.53 for each additional 1,000 gallons. Winter-month averaging is used to determine the sewer charge. Each residential customer's average water usage for the months of December, January, February, and March will be computed, using the three (3) months with the least usage, to average and determine customer's billing volume for the twelve-month period beginning with the March billing each year.

Charges for new customers will be based on the city average of 4,500 gallons until an average is established during December, January, February, and March.

Commercial Rates


For commercial customers, the billing volumes are based on actual water usage.

Please call (972) 287-2050 to make sure these rates have not changed.
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Seagoville Fire Department

The Fire Department hopes everybody got through the heat this summer safely. As a community we ran into a lot of challenges with the heat and floods this summer, we are happy no serious injuries occurred during the flooding. We hope all those effected during the flood have got the help they needed. We are also very glad to see our Seagoville kids back in school and around the community. As the holiday season approaches we just want to give out a few reminders.


1. Do not leave cooking food unattended.

2. Christmas trees dry out quickly and become extremely flammable, which make candles and even lights an easy way to set your tree on fire.

3. Christmas lights are awesome decoration, just be careful as you put them up and take them down this year.


These are just a few simple things you can do to help keep yourself and others around you safe. We want to wish everybody a good fall and Merry Christmas. Don’t forget to check your smoke alarms. We look forward to serving our citizens in the community. Take care and God Bless.

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