Council Meeting will be held Monday, June 28,2021 at 6:00 p.m. Residents are welcome and encouraged to attend.
If you have an item you would like to bring before the Council, be sure to come to City Hall and complete a Citizen Participation Registration Form no later than the Thursday before the meeting.
ELM CREEK RESERVATION INFORMATION
All reservations for the Cabana's, RV spaces or the Pavilion at Elm Creek Reservoir are made through City Hall, Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. -5 p.m. Unfortunately, at this time we do not take payments over the phone or online and all payments must be paid by check, cash or money order. Pricing as follows:
RV SPACES - $15/NIGHT
CABANA (A-C) -$25/NIGHT
CRAPPIE CABANA - $35/NIGHT
PAVILION CABANA -$100/NIGHT
NOTE: All Cabana's are equipped with an air conditioner and electricity only.
On or around the last Thursday of the month.
Just a reminder that the City street crew offers the service of limb pick-up once a month. There is a charge for this service and is billed according to the size of your limb pile. The charge will reflect on the following month's water bill. Limbs should be cut to 3'-4' pieces, stacked and tied if possible. Also, please do not put limbs on the sidewalks, near meters or in the alley.
January 1, 2025
Releasing of funds for new sewer system click link below for more information Thanks.
JUNE 28TH, 29TH & JULY 2
Place items at curb no later than 6:00 AM on your regular scheduled collection day.
5 items or bundles allowed per residence.
Brush or limbs should be cut to 4 foot lengths, tied together, not exceed 50 pounds.
Bulky Item examples: stoves, water heaters, mattresses, washing machines, furniture. Trash bags up to 30 gallons of yard waste.
Items not collected: construction debris, dead animals, hazardous waste, chemicals, tires, batteries, drums, automobile engine parts.
Consumer Confidence Report 2020
EPA requires community water systems to deliver a Consumer Confidence Report, also known as an annual drinking water quality report, to their customers. These reports provide Americans information about their local drinking water quality. Attached is the latest report.
Winters Rich Historical attractions
WINTERS: Z.I. HALE MUSEUM / ROCK HOTEL HERITAGE CENTER
The Z.I. Hale Museum bears the name of a local optometrist whose office now houses displays on early-day businesses, farming and ranching, education and home life. Highlights include the Ledbetter Pressed Glass Pitcher Collection, the second largest collection in the U.S., the J.N. Winters room with wedding dresses dating back to 1904, and the Music room interpreting the musical heritage of the area. Visitors can find more exhibits in the museum’s Rock Hotel Heritage Center, a former railroad travelers’ hotel, built in 1909. It features a restored 1920s honeymoon suite and memorabilia from baseball legend Rogers Hornsby, a Hall of Fame inductee born in 1896 in Winters. The museum also presents an extensive collection of early farm implements housed in the 1927 farm equipment dealership of local farmer-inventor Gus Pruser. On display is a horse-drawn cotton picking machine that Pruser invented in 1912.