Lake Level as of 10:00 A.M.May 27, 2015 - 1130.25' (12.75' Below Spillway)
Public Hearing: The City of Olney will hold a Public Hearing to
discuss the environmental impacts of a proposed project by the City of Olney,
Texas is scheduled for 12:00 p.m., May 27, 2015 in the council chambers at
Olney City Hall, 201 E. Main, Olney, TX 76374, Olney, Texas. The City has
applied to the Texas Water Development Board for a loan for $2,440,000 dollars
so that the City may design and construct a reuse pump station at the
wastewater treatment plant and a 6.1 mile long pipeline to discharge into Lake
Olney, as approved by the City’s Texas Commission on Environmental Quality
discharge permit WQ0010050001.
The average estimated monthly bill to a typical residential customer, connection
fees, taxes, surcharge and other fees after this project will increase by an
average of $5.63 per month. A copy of the Environmental Information
Document is on file at City Hall for the pump station and pipeline project for
review. One of the purposes of this hearing is to discuss the potential
environmental impacts of the project and alternatives to it.
PHASE 4 WATER RESTRICTIONS EFFECTIVE FEBRUARY 14, 2013!!! NO USE OF OUTSIDE WATER FOR ANY REASON!View the entire Ordinance here
Welcome to the City of Olney homepage. Olney’s location in North Central Texas simply can’t be beat. We are well within driving distance to DFW to the Southeast, Abilene to the Southwest, and Wichita Falls to the North. At the same time, we are just far enough away from the cities to offer a genuine, Texas small town atmosphere. Olney is home to approximately 3,300 Texans, but our community doesn’t stop at the City Limits sign. Our neighborhood extends for miles in every direction.
Small towns across the state are shrinking rapidly, but Olney is holding strong thanks to our economy and resources. We are home to agricultural and oil development business, like most small towns, but Olney boasts a thriving industry sector as well. We are lucky enough to have our own proprietary lake for drinking water and recreation, as well as local telephone and electricity Co-ops. If you have a problem with your utilities, you can rest assured that it will get fixed because those people call Olney home too.
Olney’s Independent School District is one of the best small town schools in the area. With new facilities and excellent teachers, OISD gives the community that special feeling that is Cub Pride. Olney is also home to Hamilton Hospital. Established in 1908, Hamilton Hospital has thrived when other rural clinics have faded. Hamilton Hospital is nearing completion of a new clinic that will further expand our healthcare abilities.
Of course, the hunting and fishing around Olney is wonderful. From White Tail to Blue Gill, if there’s something that you’ve got an itch for, our surrounding land can provide it.
Whether you’re in town visiting family or just passing through, we invite you to stop, take a break, and enjoy one of the last, true Texas small towns. Our greatest resource is our people, and we’d love to shake your hand.
We're pleased to announce our New electronic bill paying service. With just a few clicks and either a credit card or your PayPal account, you can now pay most City bills electronically. No more paper checks, trips to City Hall, or increasingly more expensive postage stamps. Just click on the Pay My Bills tab and follow the simple directions. The service is fast, easy, and inexpensive. Give it a try. It saves you time and saves us time. So, it's a win-win!
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