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Allen Public Library is open to the public with adjusted hours and limited occupancy.
On September 17, Governor Greg Abbott announced modifications to some Open Texas Checklists, impacting occupancy limits and other protocols.
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 emergency, the City of Allen has temporarily stopped mailing customers “past due” notices for their City utilities including water, sewer and trash collection services.
September is settle-up month for all customers participating in our Budget Billing Program. Deferred balances are included in the total amount due, as well as current charges for the September bills.
City of Allen utility customers who want to view or pay bills online, pay automatically with a credit card or enroll in paperless billing must create a username and password in the new system.
The City of Allen offers a 20% discount for residential trash services for customers who are 65 years of age or older.
The City of Allen will not increase water rates to City customers in the coming year. Wastewater rates will increase by 5 percent, or approximately $2.82 per month for residential accounts*. These rates will be effective Nov. 1.
Allen City Hall, Joe Farmer Recreation Center and Don Rodenbaugh Natatorium will soon receive new enhancements thanks to Allen City Council.
One of the most popular polling locations in Collin County is moving to a new Allen location to accommodate large voter turnout and improve social distancing.
Allen residents will continue benefiting from one of the lowest property tax rates in Collin County following the approval of the city’s 2020-2021 tax rate and budget.
ACTV has once again been named among the best municipal television stations in the nation.
Because of their similar symptoms, it may be hard to distinguish between the flu and COVID-19 without getting a test.

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