Collinsville City Hall101 N Main Street
Collinsville, TX 76233
City Council Meetings
2nd Monday each month 6:30 PM
Collinsville City Hall
August 12th, 2019
The City of Collinsville envisions a future that maintains its friendly and family-oriented charm, while allowing for new economic opportunities that enhance the fabric of the community and allow for its current and new residents to enjoy an increasingly high quality of life.
Saturday, September 21st
Collinsville Park Association
We are accepting Applications for openings on the Park Board. Download Application
Contact Park Board President Johnny Smothermon for additional information at 972-571-5710
Collinsville IDC Corporation
We are accepting Applications for openings on the IDC Board.
Contact Derek Stewart, IDC Chair at (972) 207-1037 for additional information.
City of Collinsville
An ordinance granting the City of Collinsville the authority to prevent or abate any nuisance within the limits of the municipality and for better health control by requiring city lots or tracts of land within the city to not cause an accumulation of water and the collection of filth, carrion or other impure or unwholesome matter of any kind...
City of Collinsville Ordinance #543
An ordinance concerning moving of old or used homes, buildings, or structures into the city...
City of Collinsvile
An ordinance requiring property possessors/owners to maintain public right of way...
Transportation Code - Off Road Vehicles
Texas State law concerning off-road vehicles on public roadways.
Collinsville Community Library
409 E Woodland
Wednesday and Thursday
12:30 PM - 7:00 PM
Friday and Saturdays
9:00AM - 12:30 PM
New City of Collinsville Advertising
The Collinsville Industrial Committee has worked with KXII Channel 12 to create this 30 second spot to air promoting our city.
American Flag Retirement
Drop Off at City Hall
Anyone can now drop off a worn or tattered flag at City Hall for Boy Scout Troop 432 to pick up and retire properly. Once a month they will collect the flags and retire them properly in a flag retirement ceremony.
The US Flag Code, Title 4, Section 8 states "Thhe flag, when it is in such condition that it is no longer a fitting emblem of display, should be destroyed in a dignified way, preferably by burning." Anyone can retire a flag, but it is a very common practice of a Boy Scout Troop.
We are thankful for this service by Troop 432!