NEWS & EVENTS
Notice to Water Customers
With the recent freezing temperatures, the City is aware that many people may have had busted pipes. The City of Josephine has not raised any rates or changed the billing in any way. If you have a spike in usage and broken pipes from the winter storm, please contact the water clerk in City Hall at 972-843-8282.
Collin County COVID-19 Vaccine Information
Please visit https://www.collincountytx.gov/healthcare_services/Pages/COVID19vaccines.aspx for more information on the latest Collin County Vaccine news.
New Elemenary School to be built in Josephine
City of Josephine Adopted Budget
NOTICE OF MEETING TO VOTE ON TAX RATE
The Property Tax Rate for 2020 has been adopted at $0.559079
Collin CARES: Economic Recovery and Assistance
On May 11, the Collin County Commissioners Court took the first steps to distribute direct financial assistance for housing, utilities, and groceries; increased COVID-19 testing; personal protective equipment; and, COVID-19 costs and recovery efforts for cities and towns. Click here for more information.
Formal Disaster Declaration for the City of Josephine
Update - Friday, May 1st, 2020
While all city services are to remain operational, City Hall will continue to be closed for the protection of our staff and citizens of Josephine until May 8, 2020, unless extended.
Also, assembly for religious services in the City of Josephine will be permitted, consistent with Governor Greg Abbott's GA-16 attachment of joint guidance order from the Attorney General as long as it complies with the linked protocols.
All other businesses operating in the City of Josephine are bound to the regulations set forth by Governor Abbott in accordance with expanded reopening of services in Texas starting at 12:01 a.m. on Friday, May 1, 2020.
Wednesday, March 18th, 2020
The City of Josephine Mayor, Joe Holt has issued a formal disaster declaration for the City of Josephine in response to the growing Coronavirus pandemic. This declaration is in response to National, State and local efforts to contain the spread of the virus and respond to any public health emergencies that may arise. This declaration will ensure that our community has the ability to access available resources and supplies as well as to take action needed to promote health and safety as we all work together to combat this public health emergency.
Mathew A. Briggs
Chief of Police/ Emergency Management Coordinator
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality determined that the City of Josephine's water system meets the TCEQ's Superior Public Water System recognition requirements.
This award puts the City of Josephine in the top 3% in the state!
To view the latest Consumer Confidence Report for the City of Josephine Public Water System, click here.