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Posted on: August 22, 2023

New Permit Portal Registration Requirements

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The sign-in for the portal has been upgraded for better security and accessibility.  All users, including current users, must reregister for the online permit portal.  Directions can be found here. 

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Posted on: December 14, 2022

Your City is now in your hands...

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Download our APP Today!  Search for: My Deer Park, Texas in your app store.  Easily visit various city departments, pay your bills, report a concern, view news and events and stay connected. 

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Posted on: December 14, 2022

Citizen Self Service (CSS) Permit Portal

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Save yourself a visit to the Permit Office! Within minutes residents, contractors and developers can apply for permits, submit plans, pay invoices, schedule inspections, and see inspection results.  Our online portal, known as CSS (Citizen Self S...

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Posted on: February 23, 2023

Mowing of right-of-ways and esplanades

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Mowing is the dreaded side effect of summer and the City is not any different.  There is a lot of mowing, and weed eating, that takes place city wide.  These include: Mowing city street right-of-ways, esplanades, ditch right-of-ways and ...

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Posted on: February 23, 2023

Report a Streetlight Outage

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Do you need to report a streetlight that is no longer working, or damaged?  All Streetlight request go through CenterPoint.  Fill in the online form or use the online map.  CenterPoint Energy maintains streetlights throughout th...

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Posted on: December 14, 2022

Prevent clogged drains and sewer overflows

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Blockages accounts for almost half, at 43%, of all sanitary sewer overflows. You should avoid sending any foreign material down your sewer pipes. Paper products, wood, metal, and even toys are flushed down the toilet all too often. Worse than any of these...

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