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Thursday, 22 April 2021 09:19

Drug Take Back Program

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Monday, 19 April 2021 13:41

Early Voting

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Early Voting for the General Election April 19
Thursday, 01 April 2021 10:57

Purple Martin Project

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Thursday, 11 February 2021 09:39

Weather Bulletin

From the National Weather Service:

Expect blustery, rainy, and cold conditions across the area today. Temperatures will remain nearly steady, with highs ranging from the lower 30s to lower 40s. North winds will be gusty from 15 to 25 mph. Some freezing rain may mix in with rain, especially across the Hill Country.

Freeze Warning For Saturday night.  Winter makes a return tonight with a vengeance with overnight lows expected to be below freezing for most areas. Remember the 4 Ps: Pets, People, Plants, Pipes. Wind chills also in the 20s for most with a hard freeze in Hill Country. 

  • PEOPLE: Keep your family warm and check on any elderly family or neighbors that may need extra blankets, winterizing their homes or a warm place to stay.
  • PETS:  Dogs and cats get cold too. Bring them inside at night to keep them healthy and safe.
  • PLANTS:  Either cover plants to keep them warm at night or bring them inside so they can flourish.
  • PIPES:  Cover exposed pipes to prevent freezing and breaks.

Check local news stations and/or go to National Weather Service Austin/San Antonio for updated information. 
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Expect unseasonably cold conditions through next Tuesday. Friday will be dry, but a mix of rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow will occur at times from Saturday through Monday. Some snow accumulation is possible Monday. Tuesday will be bitterly cold, with temperatures in the teens to lower 20s.

Friday, 11 December 2020 09:38

Holiday PSA from the THPD

A Holiday Reminder From the Terrell Hills Police Department.

As the Christmas Holiday rapidly approaches, we encourage the residents to consider the following crime deterrent tips:

Do not leave valuables in plain view inside your vehicle. Ideally it would be helpful to take valuables out of your vehicle and lock the vehicle however, if this is not possible or you elect not to, at the very least hide items from direct observation and secure the vehicle as best you can.

It you have door cameras or other popular surveillance cameras ensure that they are functioning and monitor them when you get alerts. You may see suspicious activity through them and be able to quickly notify the police.

If you have deliveries coming to your residence you may seek the help of trusted neighbors to take packages and hold them for you if you are away.

Many vendor websites allow you to specify delivery instructions when placing an order. It you have this option consider leaving specific instructions to place the packages in a location not visible from the street.

As always, notify the police immediately if you observe anything suspicious.

Tuesday, 08 December 2020 14:56

Public Service Announcement

Terrell Hills Police Department - PSA

On Monday 12/07/2020, at 10:15 PM, officers were dispatched to the 300 blk. of Terrell Rd. for a robbery of an individual. The victim was walking in the 300 blk. of Terrell Rd. when he was approached by two subjects who tried to start a conversation. The victim crossed the street to maintain social distance when the subjects followed him and forcibly demanded his property.  The victim was physically assaulted during the process and his property taken. The subjects fled on foot.

 The Terrell Hills Police Department is actively investigating leads at this time.

While this appears to be an isolated incident, residents are reminded to stay vigilant and alert while walking, especially after dark.

  • Jog or walk with a friend or friends. There tends to be safety in numbers.
  • Leave word. Tell somebody or leave a note at home about where you plan to go and how long you plan to be out. That way your loved ones will know to come look for you if needed.
  • Avoid secluded areas, especially at night. If you’re out and about after dark, stick to well-lit and populated areas. Carry a flashlight or other illumination.
  • Always carry proper ID and your cell phone. You never know when you may need to call for help in the event of an emergency for you or another. Your ID will provide first responders with your name and address and other identifiers in case you are incapacitated. 
  • Stay alert if using headphones, cell phones, etc. They can be distracting, and you may not identify problems or dangers that are coming your way. Visually assess your surroundings frequently.
·         Report suspicious activity immediately. If you’re ever approached by someone who makes you feel unsafe or otherwise find yourself in a situation that makes you feel uncomfortable do not hesitate to call 911 immediately.
Wednesday, 04 November 2020 14:40

FY 2021 Draft Operating Budget

Wednesday, 16 September 2020 10:58

2020 Road Project

2020 Road Project Notice
Thursday, 13 August 2020 08:17

2020 Tax Statement

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Notice of Public Hearing Tax Rate
Monday, 20 April 2020 11:16

COVID Update News

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