Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, if you are 17 and under and do not have a current MAC card.  We require that a waiver be signed for each membership purchased, whether it is an annual membership or a day pass.

Kids 17 and under with a current MAC card can enter for programs or open gym without a parent.  Day pass purchases or new/renewal memberships require a parent or guardian present.

Yes! We ask that you scan your card so we have a history of attendance.  Also, for security reasons, we need to know who is in our building.

TXU owns, operates, and maintains all streetlights within the city right-of-way, but requests for repairs and for consideration for installation of new streetlights can be made to the City at 817-276-4243.

Public Works sweeps twice a year on major thoroughfares.

The City Council has discussed this issue most recently in September 2002 and January 2004. The City of Mansfield will not install speed humps for the following reasons:

Questions regarding mowing in the right of way should be directed to the Parks Department. It is a City ordinance that property owners are responsible for mowing and maintenance up to the curb or to the edge of the pavement.

When appearing on a citation, a defendant will be asked to enter his or her plea to the charges alleged. There are three different answers: 1) guilty; 2) not guilty; or 3) nolo contendere or no contest. The plea entered is very important and should be considered carefully due to the consequences of each.

The fines, costs, and fees assessed for each violation will vary based on the offense cited and the facts and circumstances of each case. See Fines, Court Costs, Extensions and Time Payments for more information.

You may resolve an outstanding citation with the Court clerk, prosecutor, or Judge even after a warrant has been issued for your arrest on that particular ticket. Payments can be arranged, deferred disposition can be granted, and there are even certain tickets which may still be dismissed with payment of the warrant fee as well as any administrative fees.

See Court Appearances, Pleas, Trials, Appeals, and Juror Information for details on how to report for jury service, notify the Court as to your ineligibility to serve, or to exercise one of the exemptions allowed by law.

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