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Yes, each solicitor, whether an individual or an employee of a business, is issued a permit and must carry it while soliciting. The permit consists of the permit number; permit issue date and expiration date, solicitor’s name, address, physical characteristics and city clerk’s signature. There is a twenty-five dollar ($25.00) registration fee per person. The permit is valid for thirty (30) Days. Questions regarding solicitors may be directed to the City Secretary. For more information click here.
Disc golf shares similar joys of combining power and finesse on a long drive or sinking a long put, or the frustrations of hitting a tree or having a putt fall just short.
Many disc golf players are member of the Professional Disc Golf Association (PDGA), the governing body for the sport, which sanctions competitive events for all skill levels and ages, and provides many players services such as maintaining a course directory and establishing rules of play.
Disc golf was formally started in the early 1970s. In Lubbock, several disc golf enthusiasts introduced disc golf in the late 1980s at a Mahon Park. They then donated tremendous amounts of time and money and moved the course across town to Mackenzie Park in 1993. The course was then enhanced with more basket placements and with the installation of concrete tee pads from 2000 to 2003.
Recreational rules of play can be found on our disc golf rules page.
Levelland City Council calls an election every year. The election is held each May on the state of Texas Uniform Election Day.
During even numbered years, Council Districts A & C seats are elected.
During odd numbered years, Council Districts B & D seats are elected.
An election for the position of Mayor is held every three years. The next election for mayor will be in 2018.
If there is only one candidate that applies for the seat on council, the election is cancelled and that lone candidate is declared the winner.
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You can have recreational fires if they are in a fireplace or chimney.
You should always exercise extra care when you have an outdoor fire and never leave it unattended and watch for flying embers or hot coals falling out on the ground.
Hockley County Law Enforcement Center1310 Avenue HLevelland, TX 79336
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The Second option is to mail in your Payment. Simply send a check or money order (no cash) along with your statement in an envelope. Don't forget to put the appropriate postage on your envelope. If you've misplaced our address, the address to send your payment to is:City of Levelland P.O. Box 1010Levelland, TX. 79336
The third and final option is to drop the payment of in our Night Box.A Night Box is located at the front of City Hall at 1709 H Avenue. The office is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Payments deposited in this box will be processed at the beginning of the next business day. You may use this service as long as you are not scheduled for disconnection. Payments deposited in the box must include bill remittance slip and your water account number must be written on the check.
Fire HydrantsThe right to gain access to and draw water from fire hydrants is restricted to:(a) our agents or authorized user;(b) fire service personnel; and(c) fire hydrant permit holders during the period for which the permit hasbeen issued.We may remove and hold any equipment used by an offender to gain access to or draw water from a fire hydrant.EQUIPMENTThe applicant is responsible for providing all the equipment necessary to connect to the fire hydrant meter, including:A fire hydrant standpipe, valve key and hoses. Equipment will not be available from the Water Department (Only Fire Hydrant Meter will be provided).
All hoses and fittings used must be in good condition. Any water wastage reported from excessively leaking hoses and/or fittings may result in the cancellation of this permit.
RESPONSIBILITYCAUTION - DAMAGE TO WATERMAINSFire hydrants must be turned on an off very slowly to prevent pressure surges developing in the pipes (water hammer) which could cause the pipes to burst. A closing or opening time of two minutes (minimum) is desirable. The applicant shall be held responsible for the cost of any repairs of damage caused by the incorrect operation of a fire hydrant valve.In the event that the fire hydrant fails to operate correctly or will not shut off drip tight, please contact The City of Levelland Water Department at 806-894-0113 ext 249 immediately for repair.
CAUTION - OTHER DAMAGEThe applicant shall also be held responsible for any third party damage that occurs whilst the fire hydrant is in use. In this regard (for example), the applicant should erect suitable signs and barriers etc. to warn vehicles and pedestrians of the obstruction or danger (hazard).CAUTION - CONTAMINATIONThe applicant must ensure that no contamination of the water main occur while the hydrant is being used. The hydrant should be used in such a manner that no contaminant enters either the hose or the hydrant. For example, hose ends should be kept out of any mud. In any situation where there is a high risk of contamination (example water pressure testing of the wastewater network special procedures may be required).TCEQ§290.44(h) Backflow, siphonage.TCEQ§290.44(h)(1) No water connection from any public drinking water supply system shall be allowed to any residence or establishment where an actual or potential contamination hazard exists unless the public water facilities are protected from contamination. CAUTION - DECLARATIONA false declaration, grossly inaccurate water estimates, or other actions which risk the safety andintegrity of the water supply system shall result in immediate cancellation of this Permit and may result in prosecution.