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The City of Melissa is a fast growing family-friendly community in North Texas with a population of approximately 7,000.  It is home to the Recognized Melissa Independent School District, including EXEMPLARY rated Harry McKillop Elementary and Melissa Ridge Intermediate Schools.   Melissa is located thirty five miles north of downtown Dallas in the dynamic growth area of northeast Collin County.  Its close proximity to Dallas and it's major thoroughfares offer easy access to all parts of the Metroplex, including Fort Worth, and other areas of Texas as well.  Learn more at WHY MELISSA
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Stage 3 Restrictions Continue
Water Restrictions Extended Likely through End of May
Low lake levels, below average rainfall prompt the City's water supplier NTMWD Board of Directors to extend the Stage 3 seasonal watering restrictions through the month of May. This means that residential and business customers will continue to be limited to landscape watering with sprinklers or irrigation systems to once every two weeks, when needed.  Based on inflows they anticipate a move to once a week watering beginning June 1.  Click here for the full release.
 
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City of Melissa Holiday Schedule & Employee Appreciation Luncheon
City of Melissa administrative offices will be CLOSED on Friday, April 3rd in observance of Good Friday.  The Melissa Public Library will be open regular hours 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. and will host a very special guest for Story Time.  The library will be CLOSED on Saturday, April 4.   Additionally the City of Melissa will close from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31 for an Employee Appreciation Luncheon.  We appreciate you understanding and cooperation in allowing us this time to honor our hardworking employees.
 
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Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Available Soon
The City of Melissa has partnered with the City of Frisco to bring this service to our residential utility customers and beginning the week of April 6, customers may request a voucher from the City of Melissa’s Utility Billing Department to take to Frisco’s Environmental Collection Center to dispose of common household hazardous wastes. Vouchers for most types of approved hazardous waste are FREE to residential utility customers, with a minimal charge for certain e-waste items.  Learn more here.

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