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Library Selected to Participate in National Project

The Fayette Public Library was recently named one of fifteen U.S. public libraries selected to participate in the “Small Libraries Create Smart Spaces” project led by the Online Computer Library Center (OCLC) in partnership with the Association for Rural and Small Libraries. The project is generously funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Secure Document Shred Day
The City of La Grange, the La Grange Police Department and the La Grange Citizens Police Academy are pleased to announce that, in conjunction with the Spring Clean Up, the city will host a “Secure Document Shred Day” on Saturday,  April 13, 2019.

 The City of La Grange would like to take this opportunity to remind our customers that  Waste Management will be servicing the  96 gallon recycling carts with the green lids the week of December 31, 2018.

2019 Recycling Schedule 

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Homeowner Assistance Program

Commissioner George P. Bush announced the release of the application for the Homeowner Assistance Program in Central/Golden Crescent today, Nov. 27, 2018.

 Applicants may be eligible for assistance if they owned their home, it was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Harvey, and it was their primary residence, among other eligibility factors. The applications will be considered for award on a first-come, first-serve basis, according to the priorities outlined in the Regional Housing Guidelines. 

Potential applicants can begin collecting documents using the following checklist: Homeowner Assistance Program Checklist

Comprehensive Plan - Follow-up
As part of the Comprehensive Planning Meeting held this week, the students presented on a number of issues ranging from Economic Development to Downtown development.  Below is a link to the specific information panels. 
Housing
Parks

Economic Development
Community Facilities
Transportation
Downtown Development
All Master Plan Panels

Home Program

The City of La Grange is participating in the HOME program through the Texas Department of Housing and Community Affairs.  This program will allow the City to rehabilitate/reconstruct several homes for low-income persons within the city limits. 
HOME Application - English
Para más información en español, comuníquese con Paula al (512)452-0432.
HOME Application - Spanish 

Warn Central Texas
Registering with WarnCentralTexas allows emergency personnel in your local community to directly contact you by phone, text or email during a disaster or public safety event. Using WarnCentralTexas, emergency response teams can warn residents about dangerous conditions and situations as events unfold. They can quickly give specific directions that affect your neighborhood such as evacuation orders and directions to shelters