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Yes, all General Contractors and Subcontractors must be registered. The application fee is $50.
If you are homesteaded you are not required to fill out a contract registration and can do the work yourself. Documentation may be required if your information is not listed on the Appraisal District.
All applicants are required to utilize iWorQ online for permits. You can find how to utilize iWorQ by clicking the “iWorQ How to Guide” under “Documents”.
All permits take 10 business days to review. If you are missing information or are required to adjust your plans according to the Code of Ordinances then you will be notified through iWorQ.
No work may commence until the building permit has been issued. If work has started before the issuance of the building permit the Applicant will be subjected to additional fees.
Code Compliance is responsible for ensuring members of the community abide by all City ordinances.
You have 10 days to rectify the issue. Always contact Code Compliance to inform them of your progress so we can document it and work with you to reach compliance.
The most common types of complaints are high grass and weeds, sign in the right-of-way, work without a permit, outdoor storage, and parking on an unimproved surface.
Yes, all complainant information is kept anonymously.
You can submit a complaint by calling 940-648-241 ext. 111, by sending an email to Code@cityofjustin.com, or by submitting a complaint online through iWorQ.
Once a complaint has been received, Staff will investigate the complaint to see if there are any code violations. If the complaint is found to be violating code the City will go through the requisite process to rectify the issue.
Yes, this event will take place, rain or shine.
Yes. Tickets are $5 each or $20 for a family of up to 6. Tickets may be purchased on site with cash or via our eventbrite link here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justin-fall-fest-tickets-167467137717
Children under 3 are free.
Tickets can be purchased on-site with cash (no bills over $50) or via our Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justin-fall-fest-tickets-167467137717
Please show your order/confirmation email to the gate attendants. Tickets will be provided accordingly.
Sponsors must provide names of attendees to event organizers prior to October 2 in order for tickets to be distributed at the gate. If your name has been supplied, please check in at the gate and tickets will be provided accordingly. If you are unsure, please email email@example.com
Some vendors may have credit card capabilities, but no items will be available for purchase from the city via credit cards on site. This includes entrance tickets, raffle tickets and tee shirt sales as well as donations. You may purchase all items with cash by visiting the Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justin-fall-fest-tickets-167467137717
ATMs will not be available on site. There are several within a 2 mile radius should you wish to withdraw cash prior to the event.
Signup for Mutton Busting will take place from 1-2:30 p.m. on site at the Rodeo Arena.
Signup for Mutton Busting will take place from 1-2:30 p.m. on site at the Rodeo Arena. Participants must meet height and weight restrictions as determined by Chute 2 Productions on-site.
Mutton busting is $25 per participant, cash and credit cards accepted.
Yes, children participating will be provided a vest and helmet.
Attendees may park in parking lots designated event parking, as shown on the map at cityofjustin.com/fallfest. Vendor parking and reserved parking may not be used by attendees. DO NOT park anywhere that would impede exits or entrances to driveways, parking lots or fire lanes.
The following contests will be held at Justin Fall Fest: Pumpkin Carving Contest, Pumpkin Dessert Contest and Dog Costume Contest. The pumpkin carving and pumpkin dessert contest submissions will take place before Saturday, October 2. Details on entering can be found at cityofjustin.com/fallfest. The dog costume contest may be entered the day of the event. Details on entering can be found at cityofjustin.com/fallfest.
Raffle tickets are $3 each or 4 for $10.
Raffle tickets may be purchased with cash on-site (no bills over $50) or via our Eventbrite page: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/justin-fall-fest-tickets-167467137717
Raffle winners will be contacted via phone and posted on our social media outlets. Prizes may be picked up before 6 p.m. on October 2 at the contest tent OR must be picked up from City Hall. All winners will be asked to verify their phone number in order to pick up their prize.
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Email the Public Works Department or call 940-648-2541. If the street is FM 156 or FM 407,contact the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) at 817-399-4350.
Email the Public Works Department or call at 940-648-2541.
Email the Public Works Department or call 940-648-2541. If this is an after-hours emergency, contact 817-876-7956 for the Public Works on-call staff.
The Public Works Department reports all malfunctioning street lights to the appropriate electric company and also confirms when repairs are completed. To report a street light that is not operating correctly, email the Public Works Department or call 940-648-2541.
Driveway approaches are regulated based on the street size, lot location, lot size and the number and size of existing approaches. Email Development Services or call 940-648-2541 for more information.
Contact Development Services, at 940-648-2541.