The splash pad is temporarily out of service due to last week’s flood. The pad’s electrical system was damaged and will need to be repaired. We appreciate your patience.
The City of Sanger recently had an audit conducted by the Insurance Services Office and as a result of
this audit the City of Sanger’s Public Protection Class has been lowered from a 5 to a 4. ISO collects and
evaluates information from communities in the United States on their fire suppression capabilities. The
data is analyzed using [...]
Notice of Street Name Changes
On July 7, 2014, the City of Sanger City Council adopted Ordinance 07-10-14 changing the name of two streets. Both streets are located on the west side of Marion Road and north of Farm-to-Market Road 455 (Chapman Drive). This is part of the rebranding of the development previously known as Trails [...]
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
The City of Sanger is seeking public comment on a new Hazard Mitigation Action Plan (HazMAP). The City is preparing this plan in cooperation with the North Central Texas Council of Governments, Denton County, and several Denton County cities and towns.. Topics will include potential hazards, severity of hazards, and mitigation strategies.
Partial road closure of Willow St. East of Willow to Jones St. for sewer line repair. The street will be closed intermittently while the sewer line is being repaired. We thank you for your patience.
Pecan Street and Elm Street at the intersection with the south bound
frontage road at I-35 will be closed Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
June 30, July 1 and 2nd, 2014, for concrete repairs.
Traffic will be detoured on Acker and the south bound frontage road. If you are driving
south on Acker [...]
Everyone wants to save money, especially on monthly utilities during the hot, dry summertime weather. The City of Sanger’s Utility Department has put together some useful energy saving tips to help you save. Energy Saving Tips PDF
The historic Presbyterian Church building located in Sanger, Texas, was built in 1902, with final services held in August 1971. No longer being used as a place of worship, the building was designated as a Texas Historical Landmark in 1972 and was donated to the City of Sanger in 1987 and used as a community library. The building is in [...]
Willow Street between First and Railroad will be closed today, Tuesday, June 24, 2014, Wednesday and Thursday for concrete repairs.
If you are driving east on Willow Street, traffic will be detoured down First Street north to Bolivar to Railroad, and back to Willow Street.
The detour for traffic going west on McReynolds will detour on Railroad, [...]
Come and Splash around!!
The City of Sanger invites YOU and your family to our Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new
SWITZER SPLASH PAD!!!
There will be hotdogs, chips, water and of course…LOTS OF FUN for all in attendance!
Saturday – July 12, 2014
11am – 1pm (Park and Splash Pad will be open from 8am – 10pm!)
Switzer Park [...]