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Yes. The resident must bring a valid Driver's License that shows the business address and one sticker will be issued for that business location.
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No. If you do not have a sticker, you will have to pay each weekend day during the summer.
At the time you sign up for City water or garbage service, you should receive your stickers, but if you live in an apartment, then you will need to present your Driver's license and a current lease to the Utility Department Customer Service Representative in City Hall.
Each apartment unit will receive one sticker for the unit. A tenant of the unit must present a valid Driver's License and a current lease to the Utility Department Customer Service Representative in City Hall.
At least the first year. The sticker situation will be monitored and from time to time new stickers will be issued indicating an update in the program, and all vehicles will have to replace the old stickers with the new stickers. Notice will be provided and our website will be updated to help keep residents informed when this happens.
No. The stickers are not to be sold or given away. The stickers for the dike are for the residents and Homestead property tax payers of Texas City who support all of the City services every day. The fee charged on the dike is for those who are not residents supporting the City services on a regular basis and who are receiving the benefit of the dike. The fee is minimal considering the cost of:
If the city continues to have increases in costs to maintain the dike and provide the service and not enough is offset by the revenue of the fees of our visitors, the free stickers for the residents may be discontinued.
No. The person who has the utility account and the Homestead property owner should have received stickers. It is up to them as to who shares those stickers who live or lease within the property.
Yes. You either have to have a sticker affixed to the motorcycle on the right side in plain sight or pay to enter onto the dike during summer weekends.