City Council
September 13, 2019
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City Council to meet Sept. 16 at
City Hall


Mesquite City Council meets on Monday, Sept. 16, at City Hall, 757 N. Galloway Ave. The Pre-Meeting begins at 4 p.m. in Training Rooms A and B. The Work Session begins at 6:30 p.m. in the Council Chamber followed by the Regular Meeting at 7 p.m. Meeting agendas are available at www.cityofmesquite.com/CouncilAgenda. The City broadcasts meetings via Facebook Live and at www.cityofmesquite.com/WatchCouncilMeetings.


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Downtown Mesquite is a finalist for state awards


Downtown Mesquite is a finalist for two Texas Downtown Association President’s Awards. Mesquite’s efforts to create a structured, well-rounded downtown revitalization program is a finalist in the Downtown Spirit category and the Gathering at Corner Theatre is a finalist in the Best Economic Game Changer category. Visit www.cityofmesquite.com/DowntownFinalist for more information.


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City offers information on water bill calculations and conservation tips


August and September water bills are generally the highest for our water utility customers.  These months are the hottest and customers typically water their lawns and landscapes more frequently.  The City of Mesquite uses a tiered water rate structure which charges a higher rate as more water is used.  The higher consumption amounts in the summer months may place a customer into a higher tier rate category. For more information on how the City calculates monthly water bills as well as conservation tips to help lower your bill, visit www.cityofmesquite.com/WaterBills.


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Mesquite Arena to undergo $2 million in interior and exterior improvements


Dallas development company, Centurion American, is investing $2 million in interior and exterior renovations to Mesquite Arena, 1818 Rodeo Drive. The 5,500-seat arena is host to the Mesquite Championship Rodeo and the Mesquite Outlaws, a new Major Arena Soccer League team. Renovations will include suite upgrades, a new multi-use floor, locker rooms and more. Read the Dallas Business Journal article regarding the renovations for more information.


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Keep Mesquite Beautiful, Inc. to host semi-annual Trash Bash on Sept. 21


On Sept. 21, from 9 a.m. to noon, Keep Mesquite Beautiful, Inc. (KMB) will host its semi-annual Don't Mess with Texas Trash Bash. The event will kick-off at City Lake Park, 200 Parkview Street. Help us keep Mesquite looking nice by cleaning a location in your neighborhood or having a community location assigned to you. Lunch and a KMB water bottle will be provided to all participants. Register online today at www.cityofmesquite.com/Cleanup.


Zombie run

Guts and Gory Zombie Challenge Run to be held on Sept. 28


Mesquite's first annual Guts and Gory Zombie Challenge Run will be held on Sept. 28 at Camp Rorie Galloway, 3100 Lawson Road. Race through the woods of Camp Rorie with your team, compete in challenges, and try to survive the zombie horde. Obstacles and missions will test strength, speed, problem solving, and teamwork. Collect survival essentials along the way to ensure your team's safe passage to the finish. Visit www.cityofmesquite.com/ZombieFunRun for more information and to register. Watch the Zombie Challenge Run video trailer.


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Last day to buy a picket for KidsQuest 2.0 re-opening event
is Sept. 30


The new "Buy a Picket" program for KidsQuest 2.0 playground at DeBusk Park, 1625 Gross Road, provides an opportunity to purchase personalized fence pickets for $25 each. Each picket will have a limit of 20 characters, including spaces. Pickets are available for purchase online at www.cityofmesquite.com/PARD. Pickets purchased by Sept. 30 will be installed for the grand re-opening event in November. Pickets purchased between Oct. 1 and Nov. 8, will be installed in Dec. 2019. Visit www.cityofmesquite.com/Pickets and watch this Mesquite Minute featuring KidsQuest 2.0 for more information.


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Register to vote at certain City facilities through Oct. 4


The Mesquite City Council passed an ordinance to establish designated voter registration sites at certain City facilities. Through Oct. 4, citizens can register to vote at the following locations: the Parks and Recreation Administration Office, 1515 N. Galloway Ave.; the Main Library, 300 W. Grubb Drive; and the North Branch Library, 2600 Oates Drive. Watch a brief video on the Voter Registration Program in English or in Spanish for hours of service and more information. Additional information is also available at www.cityofmesquite.com/2019CityElections or by calling the City Secretary's Office at 972-216-6244.


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We want to hear from you. If you have a concern or you are experiencing an issue, call City of Mesquite at 972-288-7711 or visit www.cityofmesquite.com/FAQ for assistance.

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