Welcome to the City of Krum, Texas

Located seven miles northwest of Denton in west central Denton County, Krum is 47 miles northwest of Dallas and 42 miles northeast of Fort Worth. Krum has a small town rural atmosphere, an excellent school system and a great location which makes it an excellent place to raise a family or to retire.

Come see why Krum is small town Texas at its best!


CITY HALL HOURS

Monday -Thursday 7:30 am - 5 pm
(closed 1pm - 2pm for lunch)

Friday 7:30 am - 11:00 am


Employment Opportunities


The City of Krum is a growing, dynamic city. Please check our website each week as our job opportunities change. The listings are updated as new job opportunities become available.

Employment opportunities for the City of Krum may be found here


FY 2015-2016 Budget Information


Notice of 2015 Tax Year Proposed Property Tax Rate for City of Krum

The following is the proposed budget that was presented to the Krum City Council on Monday, August 17, 2015:

FY 2015-2016 Proposed Budget

The following is the revised proposed budget that updates the property tax revenues based upon tax rate calculations received from Denton County Tax Office:

FY 2015-2016 Proposed Budget (Revised)


The Fiscal Year 2015-2016 Proposed Budget, including all funds, departments and programs of the City of Krum, is available for review. A public hearing on the proposed budget is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, September 14, 2015 and vote to adopt the proposed budget is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, September 17, 2015 at Krum City Hall, 146 W. McCart, Krum, Texas 76249.

Notice of Public Hearing on Proposed Budget




Reminder - Deadline approaching for Celebrate Krum!


Come join Chute 2 Productions on September 19, 2015 for Celebrate Krum. This festival is held each year in Krum, Texas right on the main street, which is just a few miles west of Denton. We will be going there with our bull riding and we will also be having the vendor spaces. It will be a one day event and we would love to have everyone come. This is an established event that has been going on for years.

Notice the times have changed. Set up will start at 8:30 a.m. All vehicles must be removed by 10:30 am. Vendors open at 11 a.m. to public. You must commit to stay open until 5:15 pm. However, you can stay as long as you want. Once the Bull riding starts and the crowd is seated you may begin removal and cars will be allowed to your booth for loading. Cars will be allowed on the street from 5:15 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. All cars must be off the street by 6:30 p.m., when the crowd will dismiss from the bull riding. However, if you choose to stay there will be a band playing after the bull riding until 9 p.m. If you choose to stay after the 6:30 p.m. removal time, you must hand carry your things to your vehicle or wait until music is over then you could bring vehicle to load. No vehicles will be allowed on the streets while pedestrians are on the street.

The city is planning arena activities starting at 11 a.m. Mutton Bustin will start at 2:00 p.m. The Main Event Bull riding will start at 5:00 p.m.

Spaces will be $50.00. No electricity or water is provided. Deadline for booth registration is September 15th. If you are interested, please fill out this application or to our website http://www.chute2productions.com and register as a vendor. You can also pay online through our website.

Thanks,
Charlene Clark
817-228-8144


MOSQUITO DUNKS


If you have standing water, the City has a limited number of mosquito dunks available while supplies last. Each dunk will treat up to 100 sq. ft. regardless of the depth and is fish habitat safe.

Stop by City Hall to pick a bag up of 2 dunks if needed.


Attn: Wastewater Customers


During the recent rain events, the City's wastewater system has been carrying far more water than in normal conditions. We need your help in trying to get this heavy flow down to its normal amounts. This high level of flow causes problems in our lift stations and at our treatment plant.

Where you come in -- The sewer lines that extend onto your property could be leaking allowing rainwater to enter the system. A broken cleanout cap or cracked line in a low area can carry hundreds, if not thousands, of gallons into the collection system. The water coming from one yard isn't problematic by itself but when you have thousands of customers it adds up to an overwhelming amount.

What to do -- Please look around your yard for broken sewer piping of cleanout caps. If you suspect a problem, the Public Works Department would be glad to assist you in further identifying the problem and potential solutions. If you identify a problem area, please call (940) 482-3491 ext. 2. If we are not there, please leave a message with your address and phone number and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Thanks in advance for your help,

Mark Patterson
Public Works Director


2014 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (2014 CCR)


The Annual Water Quality Report for the period of January 1 to December 31, 2014 for the City of Krum is available through the link below.

2014 Annual Drinking Water Quality Report (2014 CCR)

The 2014 Water Quality Report for the Upper Trinity Regional Water District is available here.


Adopted Budget FY 2014-2015


Adopted Budget FY 2014-2015


FY 2013-2014 Final Audit


The Krum City Council accepted the Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Audit at the Regular City Council Meeting held on Monday, April 6, 2015. The audit is available by clicking the following link:

Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Final Audit


Animal Control

For lost or found animals, please call All American Dogs (animal control for the City of Krum) at (972) 382-DOGS (3647) or via e-mail at allamericandogs@gmail.com.


FY2013-2014 Adopted Budget

Below is the FY 2013-2014 Adopted Budget for the City of Krum.

Adopted_budget_2013-2014.pdf


Weekly Residential Trash and Recycling Services
City of Krum residents will now have weekly recycling services in conjunction with the weekly trash and bulky waste collection. Please click here for more information.


Metro Safe Room Rebate Program

The Metro Safe Room Rebate Program application process is now closed. However, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) will be opening an online wait list for the North Central Texas Safe Room Rebate Program (NCTRRP). Once the wait list for a county has been opened, it will not close.

Residents may not sign up for the wait list before the date it opens for the county their residence is in. Those who have already submitted an application for the Metro Safe Room Rebate Program (MSRRP) will be notified that their application was received and do not need to reapply. The wait list will be open to all 16 counties in the NCTCOG region. A set schedule of when the wait list will open for each county can be found here


The City of Krum is pleased to offer emergency notifications

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The CodeRED system will be used to notify residents in Krum of impending emergency situations. If you would like to receive Severe Weather Alerts you must register via the opt in portal below.The City has been provided a contact database containing a large number of residents' contact information. However, to ensure you receive notifications, click on the link below to add your contact information. You may also log on and update your contact information if you have already registered.

Sign up for CodeRED notifications

To ensure system readiness, test messages may be sent periodically


Denton County West Nile Virus Website
The Denton County WNV website has up-to-date information in a user-friendly format. You can find information about symptoms, prevention tips, county-wide contacts, and current disease statistics in Denton County.

Click Here for more information.


Want to learn more about registering a feral cat colony?
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