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Help Shape the Future of Fate

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LAST CALL FOR PARTICIPANTS: Your participation in the following survey will help community leaders know how the citizens of Fate feel about the long-term vision for the 2015 Comprehensive Plan  This 10 question survey is the beginning of Fate's effort to develop a comprehensive plan for the community....
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New ISO Rating

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CITY OF FATE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY PRESS RELEASE POSSIBLE SAVINGS ON THE HORIZON FOR FATE RESIDENTS   FATE, TEXAS-   October 2014, A sizeable insurance savings may be in order for Fate residents.  The Insurance Services Office Inc. conducted an exhaustive and in depth inspection...
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NTMWD to Ease Watering Restrictions

NTMWD to Ease Watering Restrictions NTMWD to Ease Watering Restrictions
North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) water supply reservoirs have reached sufficient levels and capacities to allow the District to ease watering restrictions earlier than previously planned. Beginning May 1, 2015, NTMWD will terminate all drought stages and will implement its Water Conservation...
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Financial Transparency Platinum Award

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Texas Transparency- The Texas Comptroller of Public Account utilizes its Texas Transparency website to offer additional features citizens can use to learn more about state and local government finances.

Texas Transparency in Government

The City of Fate earned the Platinum Award in the Leadership Circle program, sponsored by the Texas Comptroller of Public Accounts.  The Platinum Award is the highest level of achievement.

The Leadership Circle program was developed in 2009 to recognize local governments across Texas that strive to meet a high standard for financial transparency.  Among the criteria evaluated are accessibility of books to the public; providing clear, consistent pictures of spending; and sharing information in a user-friendly format that lets citizens drill down for more detail.