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Safe Place

On Monday, July 9th, the Providence Village Town Council approved a proposal to establish Town Hall as a "Safe Place" location.  Located at 1745 FM 2931, Providence Village, TX (under the water town), Town Hall is now a place where youth can go for help.  If Town Hall is closed, call 1-800-568-7776 for help. What is ... Read More

 

Newsletter 2-12

Town Update by Mayor Brian D. Roberson In January, the Town Council accepted the resignation of Alderman Eddie Army, Place 1. We appreciate Alderman Army’s contributions to the town while he served on the council and wish him well as he pursues new professional opportunities in the Northwestern United States. The remaining council members will move ... Read More

 

Newsletter 11-11

Town Update by Mayor Brian D. Roberson The Town Council has continued to make significant progress in several areas since the last newsletter. Thank you to all who have attended meetings, or otherwise submitted your feedback to the council for consideration on various topics. Below are the highlights from the Council meetings. Town Hall The Town Hall is ... Read More

 

Newsletter 8-11

Town Update by Alderman Lisa Garcia, Place 1 APPROVED TOWN ORDINANCES Designate an official newspaper Prohibit sale, storage, and discharge of fireworks None Establish office of Town Secretary/Clerk Prohibit sale of packaged alcohol, firearms, tobacco or explosive materials near school or park Establish and maintain municipal court Apply Local Govt. Code 43-075 to town Abolish Town Marshall, confer duties to Denton County Sheriff’s deputies Establish speed limits Establish traffic control ... Read More

 

Newsletter 6-11

Town Update by Mayor Brian D. Roberson In April and May the Providence Village Town Council maintained a commitment to public safety and the protection of property values by focusing on law enforcement provisions, road inspection and the pending transfer of the Providence water and sewer systems to Mustang SUD. On the law enforcement front, there are ... Read More

 

Newsletter 4-11

Town Update by Alderman Lisa Garcia, Place 2 In March, Providence residents received notices in the mail regarding the pending transfer of the Providence water and sewer systems to Mustang SUD and the cancellation of the Providence Village WCID’s certificates of convenience and necessity (CCNs). The Providence Village Town Council responded by hiring an attorney to ... Read More

 

Newsletter 2-11

Town Updates by Alderman G. Micheal Thompson, Jr., Place 4 In the last Providence Times Mayor Pro Tem Clint Shipp discussed the new safety ordinances that were established in Providence Village. In the past two months we have added ordinances aimed at improving our town, protecting our property and quality of life. We also learned that ... Read More

 

Newsletter 12-10

Town Update by Clint Shipp, Mayor Pro Tempore For the past few months, the Town Council of Providence Village has continued to perform the administrative tasks necessary to organize basic town services. One of the essential services that the mayor and alderman have focused on involves public safety. While the Providence Village Water Control and Improvement ... Read More

 

Newsletter 10-10

Town Update by Alderman Eddie Army, Place 1 In the months since the incorporation of the town, the Providence Village Town Council has been hard at work. Based on the need for open communication with the residents, one of the first items tackled was the creation of a town website. On it, you'll find agendas and ... Read More

 

Newsletter 8-10

Town Update by Mayor Brian D. Roberson On behalf of the Town Council, I would like to thank you for your support and welcome you to the Town of Providence Village, Texas! Providence Village incorporated into a Town on May 8, 2010. The Town Council was elected on June 19, 2010 and the members were officially ... Read More

 
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