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City Service Interruptions

City facility closures

The following city facilities will be closed through Friday, February 19, 2021.

  • City Hall
  • Eagle Pointe Recreation Center
  • Eagle Pointe Golf Course
  • The Hilltop


Trash services have resumed normal operations and trash is being collected on normal schedules. If you're unsure when you're scheduled trash day is, you can find that information here: Residental Trash Service

We have placed 2 roll-off dumpsters in front of the Public Works Department on Perry Ave. Two additional roll-off dumpsters will be placed in front of City Hall on Thursday, February 18. These dumpsters are for residents to place sheetrock and other debris from home damage sustained in the storm ONLY; these dumpsters are not to be used for general cleaning or other garbage.


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MB Link Information

MB Link customers have a battery back-up that was provided during their service installation. These battery back-up packs can provide power to your MB Link modem for up to 8 hours during a power outage. Once the battery starts running low, you will begin to hear a loud beeping noise coming from this pack. 

To mute the low battery alarm, press and hold the "Alarm Silence" button for .5 seconds. When you see the amber light flash, your alarm will be silenced for 24 hours.

CenterPoint Update (Power)

As Texas experiences ongoing extreme winter weather, with cold temperatures and the second round of winter precipitation, the statewide power generation emergency continues to cause extended electric outages for CenterPoint Energy customers across its service territory.

“We recognize that many of our customers are experiencing serious hardships due to the extended outages and we share their frustration that adequate power hasn’t been available for us to deliver to our customers. We appreciate their continued patience,” said Kenny Mercado, CenterPoint Energy’s Executive Vice President, Electric Utility. “We are working diligently to safely mitigate the extended outages as generating capacity from power producers in our region becomes available.” Read the full news release here.

 (Please also refer to the RSS feed below which links directly to both Centerpoint Energy and ERCOT's Twitter feeds)