Municipal Space Needs Study

Van Alstyne City Hall

In June of 2016 City Council commissioned Dewberry, a national architecture and engineering firm specializing in the planning and design of public safety facilities, to perform a space needs and feasibility study to evaluate options for addressing the current and future needs of the Police Department, EMS/Fire Department, Library, City Hall and others over the next several years.  Staff and elected officials worked with Dewberry beginning in August of 2016 to study current facilities, and in consideration of projected growth, worked to develop a plan to propose facilities capable of serving the city, citizens and businesses for a minimum of 15 years.

Please take time to review the final study presented to City Council during their regular meeting in February of 2017.

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CELEBRATE National Public Works Week!

Did you know that the week of May 21st through May 27th is National Public Works Week?

Van Alstyne’s Public Works Department consists of 6 fulltime personnel handling water, wastewater, solid waste, animal control, streets and parks.

Thank you to our Public Works staff for your service and dedication to Van Alstyne!

New Residential Construction Permit Submissions UP

16 new single family residential home permits DR Horton submitted for plan review on May 12th!  This will kick-off new single family residential home construction in Georgetown Village Phase 3  at the south east corner of Village Parkway and Kelly Lane.

 In the month of May 2017 the city has received and processed 28 new single family residential home construction permits which is the greatest number of permits in a single month since 2012!