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Sulphur Springs City Manager’s Report

201 N. Davis Street, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482 • 903.439.3700 • Page 2

College Street: This will be the next reconstruction project after the Saputo Sewer Line Project.

Revenues and expenditures: Finance Director Lesa Smith will present a report on revenues and expenses.

Street improvement program: Texana Land and Asphalt began repaving the streets in this year’s Street Improvement Program (SIP). I expect them to finish by summer’s end. They started with Duckworth Street.

2021 SIP – Street – Segment – Length – 

Austin Davis to Brinker 565

Beckham Oak to Elm 3,379

Duckworth Mockingbird to Broadway 1,250

Gena Cul de Sac to end 1,130

League Bellview to Pampa 3,131

Lee Davis to Broadway 1,901

N. Davis Houston to Bonner 675

Patton College to Weaver 950

Phyllis Ct. College to Cul de Sac 950

Texas Tate to Lee 2,772

Texas Lee to Industrial 1,188

Woodbridge Crossing Various 500

Total Linear Feet 19,391

Total Miles 3.67

Total Cost $1,152,098

Street Maintenance Fee Revenue $502,000

Funding from street maintenance budget.

Elsewhere around the city, employees:

• Repaired 238 potholes.

• Removed fallen trees from city streets after storms.

• Installed 932 feet of 15-inch sewer main.

• Finished installing parking, sidewalks, and other concrete flatwork at the Grays building.

• Installed plumbing fixtures in the Grays Building.


201 N Davis Street, Sulphur Springs, TX 75482 • 903.439.3700 • Page 3

• Completed public safety training in driving, crime scene investigation, defensive tactics, and CPR.

• Responded to 210 animal control calls while achieving a 79% adoption rate.

• Made four felony arrests in the Special Crimes unit.

• Seized 1.5 pounds of marijuana and $14,444 in the Special Crimes Unit.

• Responded to 49 accidents, wrote 512 citations, made 49 arrests, and recorded 48 arrests in the Patrol Division.

• Responded to 2,408 calls for police service.

• Responded to 197 fire/rescue calls, including three structure fires, three vehicle fires, and two grass fires.

• Performed preventative maintenance on 84 fire hydrants.

• Conducted 48 fire inspections and reviewed 48 pre-fire plans.

• Hosted a softball tournament and a baseball tournament.

• Served 3,649 meals to seniors.

• Checked out 3,735 items from the library plus 722 eBooks.

• Installed a generator on the Grays Building.

• Installed controls for the irrigation system at Pacific Park.

• Filed a claim with Federal Signal for non-working tornado sirens.

• Performed preventative maintenance on many items at the wastewater treatment plant.

• Sent 275 tons of sludge to composting contractor and 400 tons to the landfill.

• Repaired three main water ruptures.

• Replaced 14 water meters.

• Unstopped 23 sewer mains.

• Saw another employee receive a Class D water License.

• Repaired seven sewer mains.

• Flushed 36 dead-end water mains.

• Operated flood gates at lake Sulphur Springs.

• Sold 147 million gallons of potable water.

• Sold 3,189 gallons of AvGas and 13,026 gallons of JetA fuel.

• Accommodated 1,621 operations at the airport