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Public Notice: Bell County WCID3
01/26/2023

Water Outage Due to Line Repair on Monday, Jan 30, 2023

Public Notice for Interruption of Water Service followed by a Precautionary Water Boil Order

For All Bell County WCID3 Water Customers

On Monday, January 30, 2023, Bell County WCID3 crews are scheduled to be onsite to complete a water line repair within the City of Nolanville. Water service will be interrupted for the entire Bell County WCID3 service area.
Once the repairs are completed and water services are resorted, a Precautionary Boil Order will go into effect.
The Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ) has required our water system, Bell County WCID #3, to notify customers that live within the affected area of the need to boil their water prior to consumption. To ensure destruction of all harmful bacteria and other microbes, water for drinking, cooking, and making ice should be boiled and cooled prior to use. The water should be brought to a vigorous, rolling boil and then boiled for two minutes. In lieu of boiling, you may purchase bottled water or obtain water from some other suitable source.
When it is no longer necessary to boil the water, the water system officials will notify you that the water is safe for consumption. Instructions to discontinue boiling will be issued in the same manner as this notice.
If you have questions concerning this matter, you may contact Bell County WCID #3 at 254-698-6885.

The Plaza Wastewater Line Improvements- Phase III, Construction Advertisement and Invitation for Bids 01/17/2023


Bell County Water Control & Improvement District No. 1 Press Release
01/09/2023

Mayor Proclamation Nolanville: A Purple Heart City
01/06/2023

During the January 5, 2023, Nolanville City Council Meeting, Mayor Andy Williams proclaimed Nolanville to be a designated Purple Heart City, honoring and remembering those who have sacrificed so much to defend our freedoms and in doing so have been awarded a Purple Heart decoration by the United States Military. 

 

The Purple Heart award, the oldest military medal in the nation, is awarded to those who have been wounded or killed while serving in the U.S. military. 

 

To be declared an official Purple Heart City, an official proclamation must be acknowledged and signed by a City's Mayor and then presented to the local chapter of the military order of the Purple Heart. 

 

“By proclaiming Nolanville as a Purple Heart City, we’re commanding ourselves to remember the bravery and selfless acts of service that the men and women of the armed forces have shown,” said Mayor Andy Williams. 

 

Are you or a loved one a recipient of the Purple Heart award? We are planning a special ceremony and would like to include you. Please contact Nolanville Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator, Jennifer Shidler so that we may include you in these special moments.

 


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For More Information:

Jennifer Shidler, Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator 254-698-6335 EXT 4 Jshidler@nolanvilletx.gov


January 2023 Community Spotlight Patricia Warden
01/06/2023

During the January 5, 2023, Nolanville City Council Meeting, Mayor Andy Williams recognized community Patricia Warden for her ongoing work with the City and within the community. 

 

Previously serving as the Minister of the Nolanville First United Methodist Church, and now the First United Methodist Church of Killeen, Pastor Warden has been involved in so many areas of outreach in Nolanville. Helping to support the food pantry, meals on wheels, and the most recent project of bringing a free clinic to Nolanville. 

 

Pastor Warden, the City of Nolanville thanks you for your commitment and compassion show to the residents of Nolanville. You have been a light in our community and are one of the many reasons why Nolanville is a “Great Place To Live”. 

 

 

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For More Information:

Jennifer Shidler, Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator 254-698-6335 EXT 4 Jshidler@nolanvilletx.gov


January 2023 Spirit of Nolanville Award Heather & Lee Thompson
01/06/2023

During the January 5, 2023, Nolanville City Council Meeting, Mayor Andy Williams presented community members Lee Thompson and his wife Heather who was unable to attend, with the Spirit of Nolanville award. This award is presented to those in the community who demonstrate selfless acts of going above and beyond for the Nolanville Community.

 

The nomination of The Thompsons came to City Staff from the Nolanville Police Department and Chief Michael Hatton, whose annual Santa’s Mailbox project has been directly affected by the Thompsons kindness two years in a row. 

 

Each year the Police Department places a mailbox outside for children from the community who choose to write letters to Santa. On the express authority from Santa himself, the PD opens those letters and delivers gifts to the community. These past few years have seen an increase in need and without being asked, the Thompsons have come in and graciously provided over 80% of these gifts each year.  

 

The City of Nolanville would like to give its deepest thanks to the Thompsons. Your commitment and compassion shown to the families of Nolanville we serve go a long and demonstrate your care and dedication to the community. Thank you for adding to the many reasons why Nolanville continues to be a "Great Place To Live."

 

 

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For More Information:

Jennifer Shidler, Community Outreach & Public Affairs Coordinator 254-698-6335 EXT 4 Jshidler@nolanvilletx.gov

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Nolanville, Texas
January 6, 2023


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