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City of Devine Declaration of Public Health Emergency April 2, 2020

Ordinance to Postpone the General Election for May 2, 2020

CDC Situation Summary Coronavirus Updates

NOVEL CORONAVIRUS- San Antonio METROPOLITAN HEALTH DISTRICT 

CDC what you need to know. Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s COVID-19 Executive Order GA 08

Medina County COVID-19 Updates

Hours of operation for City of Devine due to (COVID-19).

-We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause, we appreciate your understanding.-

Departments:

Administration/Court/ Code Compliance/ Utility Payments Departments:

*THE CITY OF DEVINE IS ENCOURAGING CUSTOMERS TO USE THE ONLINE PAYMENT OPTION (CLICK HERE) OR OUR NIGHT DROP BOX*

The City office door will be closed until further notice, the Drive-Thru window will be open for all transactions from 8am- 12pm.  City Office Workers will be available via phone from 1pm-5pm.  If customers need to drop off documents that will not fit in the Drive-Thru slot/drawer, please call to make arrangements for someone to meet with you.  Thank you for your patience during this pandemic.

Library Department:

Closed to the public until further notice.

Police/Animal Control Department:

Will have normal hours; in case of emergency, please contact 911. Officers will be handling dispatch calls by phone, and we would appreciate our citizens calling instead of coming to the Police Department, when possible. If it is an emergency, please call 911. Please do not feel offended that our officers will be practicing social distancing (6 foot distancing) for your safety and ours. 

Public Works Department:

Will have normal hours, in case of utility issues please call 830-663-2804. 

Airport Department:

Will have normal hours, in case of questions please contact our Airport Manager at 830-538-4123.

Community Center Department:

Until further notice we will not be booking events at the Community Center. Current events that are already scheduled will be handled case by case.

Parks Department:

The Briscoe City Park is closed until further notice.  All playground equipment, picnic tables, pavilion and benches shall not be used.  Restrooms shall be locked and unavailable for use.  The walking track will remain open; however, social distancing of 6 feet between persons shall remain in effect.  Everyone shall follow the guidelines previously established of no more than 10 people in a gathering at any time and personal hygiene guidelines.

Curcio City Park will be closed until further notice.  No playground equipment, picnic tables or benches shall be used.

-Please note, all information listed above in each department is subject to change depending on how the current COVID-19 situation develops.-

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Order of Election-English-January 21, 2020

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Notice – City of Devine Vacant Seats

TCEQ Permit Renewal

Child Care Services

PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT

RATE CHANGES FOR CITY OF DEVINE

Devine 2018 CCR Report

The City of Devine is soliciting Proposals. Click on Public Notices 

Up Coming Events

Agenda – Emergency Meeting April 7, 2020

Agenda P&Z Meeting April 1, 2020

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Agenda Special Meeting April 2, 2020

Corrected Notice of Deadline to File Application on the Ballot 2020

Notice of Deadline to File Applications for Place on the Ballot 2020

Monthly News Letter March’s 2020 Monthly Newsletter

Mandatory Language for a Maximum Contaminant Level Violation MCL, RAA / Asbestos

Welcome to the City Of Devine

Along with seeking creative solutions to the challenges facing our City, we want to increase public understanding of our procedures and encourage public participation in all matters affecting our citizens.

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Devine – Small City – Big Heart – Great Future

Devine is a small community that offers the country life. The City name “Devine” is known for the slogan “The Name Says It All”. Devine is known to be a Divine Place to live.

 

 

Vision Plan

 

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Message from the Mayor!

As the Mayor of Devine, I am available to our citizens and encourage
communication that will allow the City to provide the services and support that you need.

If my staff or I can assist anyone, please feel free to call us at 830-663-2804

 

 Devine was established in 1881 as a result of the rail extension of the International-Great Northern Railroad from San Antonio to Laredo.The town was named after Judge Thomas Jefferson Devine from San Antonio, who was a jurist and an attorney for the railroad. Devine was incorporated on October 15, 1907. The town’s close proximity to San Antonio has made it a choice location for those wishing to live near the city, but who still want to enjoy the peaceful atmosphere that a rural community can bring.

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Thomas Jefferson Devine

The 2010 Census shows Devine with a population of 4,350.

 

The City of Devine operates a Council/City Administrator form of Government. The City is a General Law A City. The City Council consists of one Mayor and five Council Members. The City Council makes policies, approves ordinance and approves the annual budget. Regular Council Meetings are held every third Tuesday of every month at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at City Hall. Occasionally, Special Meetings and Budget Workshops are held.

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