WOOLEY STREET NOTICE^2.14.20 BEGINNING MONDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2020 STREET CLOSURES WILL BEGIN ON WOOLEY STREET IN ORDER TO COMPLETE THE WOOLEY STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT. PLEASE MAKE PLANS TO USE ALTERNATE ROUTES UNTIL THIS PROJECT IS COMPLETE. IF YOUR CHILDREN USE WOOLEY STREET TO WALK TO AND FROM SCHOOL, PLEASE INSTRUCT THEM TO USE ANOTHER ROUTE OR PROVIDE THEM WITH TRANSPORTATION. THIS PROJECT WILL LAST FOR AN EXTENDED AMOUNT OF TIME, SO PLEASE PLAN ACCORDINGLY. PLEASE OBSERVE AND HONOR POSTED CLOSINGS AND DO NOT ENTER CLOSED PORTIONS OF WOOLEY STREET. CITY REPRESENTATIVES WILL MAKE CONTACT WITH RESIDENTS ALONG WOOLEY STREET BEFORE THEIR SECTION IS CLOSED TO DISCUSS ACCESS TO THEIR PROPERTY AND GARBAGE COLLECTION. WE APOLOGIZE FOR ANY INCONVENIENCE THIS CAUSES, BUT LOOK FORWARD TO THE USE OF THE NEWLY CONSTRUCTED STREET.
6/07/2019 NOTICE FOR NORMANGEE RESIDENTS: Beginning next week on either Tuesday or Wednesday (6/11 OR 6/12), construction will begin on a sewer line replacement project on Wooley Street, between Spur 3 and 5th Street. This project is expected to last approximately 7-10 days. During this time, portions of Wooley Street will be completely closed for the construction and traffic will be redirected. Residents between Spur 3 and Wooley – Please start now planning for alternative access to your homes, as any driveways off of Wooley may be inaccessible at times during this project. Please contact City Hall if you have any questions. Thank you!
RESCHEDULED, DATE TBD The City of Normangee is organizing a Community Clean-Up Weekend for May 4th and 5th. The focus will be on cleaning and beautifying our community streets and properties, as well as assisting the elderly and/or disabled if their yard is in need of attention. We are asking that the community submit any ideas or suggestions you may have for this project! Want to see flowers planted at the park? Have an elderly neighbor who’s not able to pull the weeds in their yard anymore? Pick up a suggestion/nomination form from City Hall and tell us your ideas! Call 936-396-3691, or send a message to email@example.com, to have a form emailed to you and to ask any questions you may have. We will be reaching out to all the area businesses, churches, and organizations regarding this project as well. Let’s all come together to make this event a success.
BIDDING CLOSED; VEHICLE SOLD 1/25/19 – The City of Normangee is currently accepting bids for a 2004 Ford Crown Victoria that has been in use by the Police Department. Sealed bids for the car will be accepted through 3:00 PM on Thursday, February 21, 2019. Sealed bids will be opened during the City Council Meeting on February 21, 2019. Please contact Normangee City Hall at 936-396-3691, in person at 107 Main Street, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for additional information about the car. **UPDATE: Council meeting moved to 2/28/19. Bids will be opened at meeting.**
***POSITION FILLED*** 12/03/2018 – The City of Normangee is seeking a FT Public Works Helper. Must have a valid TX driver’s license, be able to work outdoors in all weather types, lift 50+ pounds, and be able to pass a drug test. Backhoe experience and/or a CDL a plus but not required. Uniforms provided. Benefits after 90 days, vacation after 1 year. For more information and to request an application, visit Normangee City Hall at 107 Main Street or call 936-396-3691.
***POSITION FILLED*** The City of Normangee is accepting applications for Chief of Police.
QUALIFICATIONS INCLUDE: Advanced TCOLE (formerly TCLOSE) Peace Officer Certificate, valid Texas Driver’s License with good driving record, high school diploma or GED, some college preferred. Minimum 10 years experience as a certified peace officer required. All candidates must pass a thorough background investigation, psychological test, oral interview, and drug screening.
Normangee is a small city that assists other agencies in both Leon and Madison Counties when needed. The Normangee Police Department is currently seeking a highly motivated, certified officer who will serve the community and represent our department with honor and integrity. Applicants should be able to communicate well with citizens in a small, rural setting, and work well with officers from neighboring agencies when their assistance is needed.
All applications must be filled out completely and correctly. Omissions or incomplete applications are grounds for disqualification. Release forms must be notarized. Applications can be picked up at Normangee City Hall. You may submit your application as follows:
In person at 107 Main Street, Normangee TX, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 AM to 3:00 PM, and Fridays from 8:00 AM to 2:00 PM.
By mail to Normangee Police Department, C/O Sunny Reichert, PO Box 37, Normangee, TX 77871.
By email to email@example.com, with Normangee PD Application in the subject line.
You may contact our office at 936-396-3691 with questions or to request an application by email.