Hazardous Waste Drop-off
City of Mansfield's new Environmental Collection Center, located at 616 S. Wisteria St, is a drop off center for household hazardous wastes, electronics, and recyclables.
The facility is currently open on the second Saturday of every month from 10 am - 3 pm. All participants are expected to present proof of residence, a driver's license or utility bill.
For more detailed information, including a list of acceptable and prohibited items, please visit the City's website.
In addition to the drop off, some of the good, usable products in original containers are made available through the Help YourShelf Reuse Center. The HelpYourshelf hours are the same as the rest of the facility.
For more information please contact David Macias, 817-276-4239.
Community Newsletters have been added to the site
Our seasonal-newsletter archive has been started on the website.
The Spring 2016 Community Newsletter has been uploaded to the website.
Please visit the Forms, Documents, Reports section of the website to download current and some past Newsletters
NEIGHBORHOOD WATCH PROGRAM
Mr. David Littlefield, co-ordinator, has re-established the Lowe’s Farm Neighborhood Watch Program.
He is in need of volunteers for the following blocks:
- 4190 block of Lone Oak Drive
- 1200 block of Thistle Lane
- 4300 block of Woodcrest Drive
If you live on one of these blocks, please volunteer to be a block captain so your neighbors will receive crime alerts.
You may contact Mr. Littlefield at firstname.lastname@example.org
The NATIONAL NIGHT OUT event will be held on Saturday, September 26 from 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Details to follow.
Proposed Renderings for the entrance flowerbeds
Phase 1 of the restoration of our entrance flower beds began in the summer of 2015. Additional plants (mums, etc.)
will be installed during the fall season.
During phase 1, thirty-seven trees were planted along the brick wall expanses facing East Broad Street.
Also, the sprinkler system in these areas was converted to drip irrigation. Phase 2 will begin in 2016.
As in any landscaping project, it will take several seasons before the plants are fully established.
Preview the proposed landscape renderings
Know your watering schedule