Seagoville Quarterly Newsletter

Fourth Quarter 2020

UT Southwestern Center for Breast Care Mobile Mammogram - October 1, 2020

University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Mobile Mammography Unit will be onsite at the Seagoville City Hall on October 1, 2020. . Annual screenings are recommended for women beginning at age 40. The UT Southwestern Mobile Mammography Unit is designed for routine screenings. If you have any breast problems, please consult your physician.

Check with your health insurance provider to see if UT Southwestern is in their network.

By appointment only. Please call 214-645-2560 or 1-866-277-0710 to schedule your appointment.

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29th Annual Seagofest - October 1-4, 2020

The annual Seagofest will be presented with modifications to follow State and Local social distancing protocols but still promises to be a fun event for the whole family.

This year's event features music, food and craft vendors, a carnival and car show.

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City of Seagoville Adopts the Fiscal Year 2021 Operating Budget . The Budget in Brief is an Overview of Revenue and Expenses for the Coming Fiscal year.

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Seagoville Fire Department News

The Seagoville Fire Department would like to remind everyone that cooler weather is fast approaching, so don’t forget to change the batteries in your smoke detectors to help keep your family safe.

We would also like to share the good news that our new Station 2 located near the intersection of E. Simonds and E. Farmers Rd. is well underway. Construction should be completed and ready for use early 2021. We are looking forward to the delivery of our new Pierce engine that will be designated for the new station . The new engine will be delivered in the coming months. We hope everybody has a great fall!

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Fall 2020 National Drug Take Back Program

On October 24, 2020 from 10:00 AM – 2:00 PM, your Seagoville Police Department in conjunction with the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) will host an event focused on removing potentially dangerous prescription medications from our nation’s medicine cabinets.


The event known as the National Drug Take-Back Program will provide residents with a safe means of disposing of expired, unwanted, or unused pharmaceutical / prescription medications along with other medication by turning them over to Law Enforcement officers for proper disposal.


This one day event, which is held twice a year helps bring national focus to the issue of prescription medication and controlled substance abuse. The program provides an opportunity for Law Enforcement to partner with their community and collaborate with DEA and establish a safe collection site.


Where?

Wal-Mart Super Center 220 N. US Highway 175

When?

October 24, 2020 from 10:00 AM to 2:00 PM


For more information on this event, contact Crime Prevention Officer Richard Clemmo or Sergeant Tim Talley at 972-287-2999, or by email at rclemmo@seagoville.us or ttalley@seagoville.us

Movie In The Park 2020 Saturday, October 24, 2020 "Secret Life of Pets 2"

Join the Seagoville community for the second movie in the 2020 Movie in The Park Series. "THE SECRET LIFE OF PETS 2" This free family entertainment is scheduled for Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 6:30 PM at C. O. Bruce Central Park. In-N-Out Burger will be on site providing free burgers, chips and drinks for the first 250 people to attend.


Face coverings are recommended and social distancing protocols should be in practice. For additional details, please visit the City of Seagoville website: https://www.seagoville.us/calendar.aspx?EID=1403

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Seagoville Police Department News

Lock Your Car, Take Your Keys, Hide Your Belongings

The holidays are quickly approaching. It is hard to predict what this year’s holiday season will look like, but even during unprecedented times we must do everything we can to protect ourselves and our belongings. While you are out enjoying the holiday season please take the time to ensure that you are doing you’re part to prevent crime by locking your vehicle, taking your keys and hiding your belongings. Crimes often occur as a result of opportunity, let’s work together to make it harder.

Please Don't Leave Your Vehicle Engine Running and Unattended

Cooler weather is quickly approaching and your Seagoville Police Department is asking everyone to be mindful about starting your vehicle to let it warm up and then leaving it unattended on these cold mornings. Please protect yourself from being victimized, your property from being taken from you and help us prevent a crime from happening by always remaining with your vehicle while it is running no matter where or when.

Keep Seagoville Beautiful 14th Annual Arbor Day Celebration and Document Shredding Event- Saturday November 7, 2020

Mark your calendar! This Fall the Keep Seagoville Beautiful Commission will offer the Seagoville Community a modified Arbor Day Event. Due to the COVID-19 Pandemic face coverings are recommended and social distancing protocols will be followed throughout the event. Planning is still underway and we will keep you updated on the event details as they are confirmed.


  • This year's event modifications include the elimination of interactive activities and presentations.
  • Participants will need to load their own purchases as we will not have student volunteers this year.
  • We will have Live Oak trees available for $5.00 each and bedding plants that are well adapted to North Texas for $3.00 each.
  • Tree and Plant sales will begin at 10:00 am until 1:00 pm or while supplies last.
  • 9:00 Am until 1:00 PM - Sierra Shred will be on site with their mobile document shredder. Shredding services will be available for $5.00 per document box (12" X 18"). Stay in your vehicle Sierra Shred staff will be wearing masks and gloves and will remove the boxes from your vehicle and place them in the shredder. You can watch your documents being shredded from your vehicle.

Dates To Remember

Monday, October 12th - City Hall, Library and Senior Center Closed for Columbus Day

Wednesday, November 11th - City Hall, Library and Senior Center Closed for Veteran's Day

November 26 & 27th - City Hall, Library and Senior Center Closed for Thanksgiving

December 24th & 25th - City Hall, Library and Senior Center Closed for Christmas.