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However, since there is no service agreement connected with these phones, there is no call back number for 9-1-1 call takers. Calls made to 9-1-1 are contingent upon the caller telling the call taker where they are. More...
Make a monetary contribution in the form of cash, check or money order made payable to the Weatherford Animal Shelter Building Improvement Fund. Monetary contributions may be mailed to Weatherford/Parker County Animal Shelter, 403 Hickory Lane, Weatherford, Texas 76086.
Purchase a memorial brick for $100, which can be engraved in honor or memory of a beloved family member or pet. A memorial wall will be erected as part of the new construction. More...
Complete a Mobile Food Permit Application and return it to Consumer Health Department. Once the application has been received, regulatory authority will review and schedule the pre-opening inspection. After the pre-opening inspection is conducted and approved, a permit will be issued. An annual permit is $300.00.
Please refer to the "Minimum Standards for Food Establishments" located under the tab, "Food Establishments". A set of plans will need to be submitted to the Consumer Health Department for review for new or extensive remodel. Complete the Food Establishment Plan Review Packet and Food Permit Application and return both documents to the Consumer Health Department. Incomplete plan review packets will delay the review process. The owner or contractor will need to make an appointment with the regulatory authority for the Final Health Inspections. Once the final inspection has passed, the owner or contractor may apply for a Health Permit. (The fee will depend on the classification of the food establishment.) The final inspection approval and payment of the Health Permit must be made prior to the issuance of the CO (Certificate of Occupancy). The CO is required prior to occupying the new, existing, or remodeled food establishment.
The City of Weatherford Consumer Health Department no longer offers a food handler's class. You may find a list of classes on the link below.
Establishments such as; Group Homes, Vending Machines, Facilities operated by non-profit organizations for their members, families, and invited guests. All other establishments will require a permit. If you need further assistance, please contact the Consumer Health Department.
A warning means that a severe weather event is imminent or occurring in the warned area.
Actions to Take once the Warning has Been Issued: Activate your emergency plan Take shelter immediately Tune in to local news or radio stations for additional information
Further information regarding Lake Lot License Fees can be obtained by calling (817) 598-4221.
To obtain a burn permit contact the Fire Marshal at 817-598-4287.
If you live in the county, but are within Weatherford Fire Departments response area, and wish to obtain a burn permit please visit the Parker County website by clicking here.
Administrative office hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, Monday to Friday. During those hours, we make every effort to make sure that someone is available to answer the Administrative telephone lines. However, there may be times when the telephones are extremely busy and there may be a delay in answering your call. After regular business hours, a firefighter will answer your call if they are not responding to an incident.
Submit your questions or comments to the Fire Department.
Email Fire Department
From Interstate 20: Take exit 406. Turn right onto S. Bowie Dr. After approximately .9 miles, you will come to a stop sign. Turn right onto Charles Street. The library is ahead on the left.
From the Parker County Courthouse: Head south on S. Main Street. At Russell St. (approximately .7 miles), turn right. Russell Street ends at Charles Street. Turn left. The library is ahead on the right.
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Click here for more information on the downloadable eBook and eAudiobook program at the Weatherford Public Library.
The website for the North Texas Libraries on the Go catalog is www.ntexlibrariesonthego.org. When you sign in on that site, your PIN will be the last four digits of the telephone number that's listed on your library account, unless you have changed that PIN by using the online catalog account management features.
Searching for and checking out items is very similar to using e-commerce sites like Amazon.com. There are also a number of helpful tutorials on the site that show you the download process step-by-step and there is also an interactive support tool that is useful in getting started.
Must be 18 years of age.
Must have a library card with us for six months and have used it at least once.
Must be in good standing with our library.
If you meet the requirements please talk to a library clerk during your next visit.
You may check your account online by going to our catalog at http://catalog.wpltx.com/ Click the 'my account' tab at the top of the page and enter your Barcode Number and Password. Barcode Number is the full number on the back of your library card. (This will be on the front of some older cards.) Please contact the library at 817-598-4150 if you have not registered your password yet.
Yes. Please speak with a library clerk at the circulation desk. They will be able to help you with this service. There is a charge of $1.00 for each page you fax (no charge for cover page).
We must have your library card number or driver license number to renew items over the phone.
Yes. Just visit our catalog at http://catalog.wpltx.com/ Click the 'my account' tab at the top of the page and then click 'log in.' It will ask for your Barcode Number and Password. Barcode Number is the full number on the back of your library card. (This will be on the front of some older cards.) Please contact the library at 817-598-4150 if you have not registered your password yet.
Just drop off your materials in the proper drop.
Yes, we accept both debit and credit card payments in person. Please talk to one of our library clerks at the circulation desk to pay your fine. Credit card payments can not be taken over the phone. The fine must be over $5.00.
However, once the plea has been entered and arrangement has been made, anyone may make the payment.
First, you can obtain a copy of an accident report in person between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday at Weatherford Police Department located at 801 Santa Fe Drive, Weatherford, Texas. There is a $6.00 charge per report. We do not fax, mail, or email reports. Please keep in mind that certain information is not considered public and may be omitted from specific accident reports.
Second, you can now obtain copies of accident reports online. The process is simple and easy to follow. Simply go to the website www.policereports.us. From the home page, click on the State of Texas. Then scroll down and click on the Weatherford Police Department link. On the top left portion of that page, you must fill in two of the three search criteria necessary to access the report; the search criteria includes the report number, the date of the accident and/or the last name of any of the parties involved in the collision. After entering your search criteria, the program will show you the accident report you selected. Click on the blue accident number and it will direct you to the online pay system where you can purchase your accident report. You can pay with a credit card or a pre-paid account if you have one. If you have any questions regarding purchasing accident reports online, please contact police records at (817) 598-4310. Accident Reports Online
#2 HDPE: High Density PolyethyleneCommonly used in milk jugs, detergent and shampoo bottles.
#3 V: Polyvinyl ChlorideCommonly used in film for meat packaging and some rigid plastic containers
#4 LDPE: Low Density PolyethyleneCommonly used in newspaper and grocery bags and butter cups lids.
#5 PP: PolypropyleneCommonly used in yogurt containers and deli trays
#6 PS: PolystyreneCommonly used in plastic cups and plates and to-go containers
#7 Other: Other mixed resinsCommonly used in mixed plastic containers or plastic products
Online: Payment and Customer Portal: https://ipn.paymentus.com/cp/wmus
Mobile apps are available:App Store: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/city-of-weatherford/id1063354548?ls=1&mt=8Play Store: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.paymentus.client.wmus
Phone: 817-598-4225, you will need your account number. You can pay with an electronic check, debit card and/or credit card. We do not accept American Express.
Mail: PO Box 255, Weatherford, TX 76086. Please include your account number.
In person: City Hall located at 303 Palo Pinto Street, Weatherford, TX 76086
Overnight Secure Drop Box: Our drop box is located on Davis Street on the west end of the building. Please include your account number.
Automatic withdrawal from bank account: Please download the application and return with a voided check, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or contact us at 817-598-4225. Bank Draft Application
1. Disc golf is played like ball golf, using flying discs. One stroke is counted each time the disc is thrown, and when a penalty is incurred. The winner is the golfer with the lowest score.
2. Tee throws must be completed within the designated tee areas.
3. Order of play - After teeing off, the player whose disc is farthest from the hole always throws first. The player with the fewest strokes on the previous hole is the first to tee off.
4. Stance - Fairway throws must be made with the foot closest to the hole on the spot where the last throw came to rest. The other foot may be not closer to the hole than the foot on this lie.
5. A run-up and normal follow through, after release, are allowed more than 10 meters from the hole. Inside 10 meters, a player may not step past his/her lie. “Falling” or “jumping” putts are not allowed.
6. A disc that comes to rest inside the Disc Pole Hole or chains constitutes successful completion of that hole. A disc that comes to rest on top of the pole hole does NOT constitute a successful putt.
7. A disc that comes rest more than 2 meters above the ground is considered out of bounds. The disc must be thrown from the ground directly below the suspended disc, with a one stroke penalty.
8. A throw that lands out-of-bounds is to be carried in and played from the point where the disc went out-of-bounds, with a one stoke penalty. Alternate recreational rules do not include penalty strokes, but you should still always carry your disc back in bounds and off of roads and sidewalks.
9. Never throw until the players ahead of you are out of range, and until the fairway is completely clear of spectators and park guests.