Any odor nuisances should be called in. There is not always something that can be done about it, but the City needs to make sure the sanitary sewer system has not been leaking into the storm sewer system. The most common odor problems at storm sewer outfalls are decomposing leaves and other organic matter, and this poses no threat to human health.
The Environmental Services Department works with other departments in the City to address these concerns. Depending on the situation, a City crew may be able to come out and regrade the area that it drains again, but a drainage easement must exist for the City to enter the property for this reason.
There is no simple answer for this question. The City's ability to improve the situation is entirely dependent on the location and cause of the flooding. Several homes in the City were built before the FEMA enacted the floodplain restrictions, and these homes will flood given a large enough storm. However, some problems can be addressed by repairing the storm sewer system. If your home has flooded, please report this information to the City.
There is a screening process you must go through before allowed admittance into the court room. We encourage you to leave time consuming search items such as handbags and purses at home or secured in a safe environment. Electronic devices such as cameras, cell phones, and radios are not allowed in the court room. Items you should bring with you are court paperwork, Drivers License or ID Card, any evidence you wish viewed during the court proceedings
For a complete list of open positions you can visit the Human Resources Department's job opportunities page. There you will find information concerning the open position such as a job description and qualifications needed. Applications are accepted only for those positions that are currently open and may be submitted in person, by mail, or by fax to our Human Resources Department at 817-473-7487. Human Resources is located at 1200 E. Broad St.