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The Town does not spray routinely for nuisance mosquitoes. Spraying occurs only due to the identification of the presence of West Nile virus and is limited to the immediate 1/2 square mile area and is done so to aid in the reduction of mosquito borne infection in humans. Research has shown that spraying for adult mosquitoes is only about 2-3% effective, in that the spray must actually contact mosquitoes in order to kill them because there is no residual effect.
A much more effective means of controlling the mosquito population is to reduce the source and number of breeding areas. By eliminating areas of standing water and treating areas of standing water that cannot be eliminated with an effective, environmentally safe, mosquito larvicide, mosquito larvae can be reduced or eliminated. Only about 1% of mosquitoes are actually infected with the West Nile Virus, and only about 2% of the individuals that are bitten by an infected mosquito actually develop the symptoms of West Nile virus.
Remember: The chance that any one person is going to become ill with West Nile Virus from a single mosquito bite remains low. It is estimated that only 1 percent of the mosquitos out there at any given time are actually carrying the virus and that only 1-2 % of the people that are bitten by an infected mosquito develop full-stage symptoms of the disease. Statistically, the risk of severe illness and death is highest for people over 50 years old, although people of all ages can become ill.
If you have any concerns about West Nile Virus or desire more information on this subject, please see the Mosquitos page , or go to the Texas Department of Health or the US Center for Disease Control .
The Town of Flower Mound does limit the number of children that may be kept in an in-home child care facility to six children under the age of 12 years old, plus three additional after-school children, for a total of nine children. This number also includes any children of the homeowner. In addition, the homeowner may not put out any type of sign or advertising at the property identifying it as a child care facility.
The process takes approximately eight to ten weeks, depending on your rank on the eligibility list and factors in your background. Read more about the hiring process for the Flower Mound Police Department.
Generally three trips are necessary. One trip is for the initial testing, the second for the Preliminary Background Interview & Oral Review Board, and the third for the polygraph, psychological, and medical / drug screen. Contact us at 972.874.3330 for more information.
That depends on why you were disqualified. If you fail the written test, Row Evaluation, or the Oral Review Board, you may reapply at the next testing process. You may reapply after one year if you fail the psychological examination. Any other disqualification will result in a minimum disqualification of one year or possible permanent disqualification.
At this time, we have 95 authorized police officers.
We currently use two regional police academies. The North Central Texas Council of Governments Academy in Arlington is 23 weeks long. The Tarrant County College Academy in Fort Worth is 19 weeks long.
Yes. A study guide and practice examination is available for purchase from the exam manufacturer; however, this information is only provided to applicants who are invited to the Police Officer Examination.
A police officer must be at least 21 years old to be licensed in Texas. There is no maximum age limit to apply for the Flower Mound Police Department. As long are you are fit enough to pass the Row Evaluation, medical examination, and complete the police academy (if necessary), there are no physical limitations on who can apply.
Qualified applicants will receive the Personal History Statement via email after the job posting has closed.
The written examination will be given in the morning. Those who pass will immediately participate in the Row Evaluation.
Our patrol officers work 12 hour shifts. We have two day-shifts, two night-shifts, and one noon to midnight shift, as follows:
Yes. To obtain a Vacation Watch, you will need to complete a Vacation Watch Request Form that can be obtained in the front lobby of the police department, or you can click the link below to print and complete the form. Drop off the completed form in our front lobby before you go. We encourage you to complete the form before the day you travel. If we have any questions or concerns about the information you provided we can attempt to contact you before you leave. The Flower Mound Police Department will attempt to patrol this location at least once in a 24 hour period and a routine foot patrol may be conducted. Level of service is dependent upon your answers to the questions on the Vacation Watch Request Form and our level of other police activity at the time of the patrol. A Vacation Watch shall last no longer than 30 days and shall only be permitted to be repeated on the same dwelling after a 30 day lapse between Vacation Watches. Vacation Watches can only be requested on single family dwellings.
You can retrieve the report online at http://flowermoundtx.policereports.us/ or you can purchase a report by appearing at the records section of the Flower Mound Police Department at 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane anytime between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. There is an administrative fee of $6 for each copy regardless if you obtain the report online or in person. If you have questions in reference to acquiring a copy of an accident report, contact the records section at 972.874.3328.
You may also make a credit card payment for renewals at 877-356-7875.
Printed copies of the application are available at the Police Department Records Section at 4150 Kirkpatrick Lane. Once you have completed the printed application they may be mailed with your check to:Town of Flower MoundPO BOX 143186Irving, Tx 75014-3186
You may report such action to the Police Department and we will attempt to locate the vehicle. However, we may only take action if a police officer personally observes an offense.
Traffic signals should not be installed unless one of the warrants specified by the Texas Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (TMUTCD) has been satisfied. The satisfaction of a warrant is not in itself justification for a signal. A traffic engineering study must be conducted to determine if the traffic signal should be installed.
The installation of a traffic signal requires sound engineering judgement and must balance the following, sometimes conflicting, goals: Move traffic in an orderly fashion, minimize delay to vehicles and pedestrians, reduce crash - producing conflicts, maximize capacity for each intersection approach.
The office is on the Southeast corner of the Morriss Road and Cross Timbers intersection.
HoursMonday - Friday7:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
Town of Flower Mound2121 Cross Timbers RdFlower Mound, TX 75028972-874-6010 Utility Billing Department972-874-6491 Faxutilitybilling@flower-mound.com
Disconnections are completed Monday thru Friday as early as 7 am. No weekends or holidays. Requested disconnection date shall be completed no earlier than the following business day. If you do not receive a call from a Utility Billing representative confirming your form has been received, please contact us at 972-874-6010. Request for Disconnection Form
You may also pay your bill online. Pay Bill Online
If an emergency leak is discovered and you require assistance turning off the water after hours, please call 972-539-0525 and the appropriate personnel will contact the Service Department to come and turn off your water.
Call the Utility Billing Division number when your repairs are finished for your water to be turned back on. Yes, it is okay if the plumber turns it back on and most often they do.
If the leak causes your bill to go up higher than normal, contact the Utility Billing Division to see if an adjustment is available.
Please see below link for a photo example of an angle stop. Angle Stop Example Picture