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You will need the following:
The 2009 International Building Codes series and the 2015 National Electric Code. You can view the code of ordinances online.
Any business within the City of Forney including a change of building ownership; change of business name; change of business owner; change in occupancy use, or any new business will need a Certificate of Occupancy.
There is no cost to register and/or participate. Please fill out our form to register.
Under no circumstance will any member of the department have direct access to your cameras. The resident would voluntarily provide video after an incident occurred.
The video requested would need to be downloaded on a flash drive or burned to a DVD.
Please call the Forney Police Department and ask to be removed from the program.
You may now enter your plea of Not Guilty online.
Payment of all fines and court costs are due at the time of disposition, unless otherwise pre-approved.
For pre-approval, complete the Application for Time Payment (PDF) and either bring it to the court at 331 South FM 548 or mail it to P.O. Box 826, Forney, TX 75126 along with a copy of your ID and deposit of not less than $50 per violation (unless otherwise approved).
All applications will be verified and you may be asked to complete an interview prior to approval. NOTE: Any outstanding or past due citations, payments are subject to warrant and the denial of your renewal on your motor vehicle registration and driver's license.
If you are convicted of an offense and are unable to pay the fine and costs, you may have the court assess your ability to pay and the court my provide alternatives to full payment in satisfying the judgment. If you feel you are unable to pay your citations please contact the court for alternate options.
You may call the Public Works Field Operations Department at 972-564-7340 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. or use the online service request form.
Each summer, usually in late July and into August, Lake Lavon undergoes an "algal bloom," a natural occurring event that is responsible for the taste and odor changes in the water supply. The North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) monitors the onset of an algal bloom through daily algal counts and adjusts the treatment process to reduce the taste and/or odor changes that often occur as a result of this event.
It is important to note that the water remains safe to drink with no health hazards created by this phenomenon.
To report a street light out, contact Oncor Electric by calling 888-313-4747 or report it online at Oncor's website.
If you live in the Villages of Fox Hollow Subdivision, Grayhawk Subdivision or Trails of Chestnut Meadow Phase IV, you will need to contact Trinity Valley Electric at 972-932-2214.
If you have trouble with the Oncor website or reporting with Trinity Valley Electric, please email the Public Works Department. Please provide any numbers or pole markings from the street light when reporting the outages.
You may contact the Public Works Field Operations Department at 972-564-7340 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., or use the online service request form.
You may call the Public Works Field Operations Department at 972-564-7340 Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. To 5 p.m. or use the online service request form.