Town of Sunnyvale - Dec. 17, 2021

Tripp Road construction to begin Saturday, Dec. 18

The construction on Tripp Road for the culvert replacement will begin tomorrow, Dec. 18. Please plan an alternate route. Detour signage will be put in place. The construction will require closure of the roadway, just west of the Town Center Park entrance.

Town Center Park will remain open, however the only way to access the park will be from the Collins Road side.

Tripp Road is expected to be closed for approximately four months.

If you have any questions, please email Town Engineer Lyle Jenkins -

Town holiday closures

Town of Sunnyvale offices will be closed on Thursday, Dec. 23 and Friday, Dec. 24 in observance of Christmas. All offices will reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, Dec. 27.

  • Animal Emergencies: (214) 862-4525
  • Water Emergencies: (972) 251-0567
  • Other Emergencies: 9-1-1

Holiday Safety Tips

Below are 10 holiday safety tips to keep your home and your family safe this season.

  1. Keep decorations at least three feet away from heat sources - especially those with an open flame, like fireplaces and candles.
  2. The best decorations are safe decorations, so when you're decorating, make sure not to run cords under rugs or furniture.
  3. If you have a real Christmas tree, water it to keep it fresh and safe.
  4. Always turn off your decorations when you leave your home and when you are sleeping.
  5. If you are using extension cords or adapters that add receptacles, consider having a qualified electrician add more outlets to your home.
  6. Only use electronics in dry areas.
  7. Every home needs a working smoke alarm in each bedroom, outside sleeping areas, and on every level of the home.
  8. If you are using a space heater, switch it off before leaving the room.
  9. Inspect your decorations and discard any that are damaged or worn.
  10. Keep batteries stored safely in their packaging and out of reach of small children and pets.

Source: Electrical Safety Foundation International


There has been an increased amount of litter in the Town and our Parks department has spent many hours picking up trash in the past week.

Did you know that littering (< five lbs) is a Class C misdemeanor (Texas Health & Safety Code §365.012) punishable by a fine of up to $500?

In an effort to deter littering, there are two ways you can help:

1). If you observe someone littering, please take down their license plate number, make and color of vehicle, date and time, location, who tossed the litter (driver/passenger), what was tossed, etc. and report it to the Sunnyvale Police Department, so that appropriate action can be taken.


2.) If you observe someone littering, visit

TxDOT compares the information through the Department of Motor Vehicles' registration database, and when an exact match is located, they send the litterer a Don’t Mess With Texas litterbag along with a letter reminding them to keep their trash off Texas roads. (Source:

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Calendar of Events

Town facilities closed for Christmas

Thursday, Dec. 23rd, 8am-5pm

127 Collins Road

Sunnyvale, TX

Town facilities closed for Christmas

Friday, Dec. 24th, 8am-5pm

127 Collins Road

Sunnyvale, TX

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