Several other infrastructure items also approved.
Charges are related to interfering with police officers and the harassment of patrons at the U.S. Post Office in Belton.
Public comments may be submitted by mail or email.
Deadline is 5 p.m. on Friday, May 7.
The fire was at a mobile home in the 300 block of Cottonwood Trail.
The disturbance occurred on Jan. 30.
Park is now designated as a Lone Star Legacy Park.
The first arrest was made on the evening of the shooting.
The service was put in place in response to the impact of last week's weather events.
Order was issued following a loss of water pressure on Feb. 20.
Residents and businesses may return to normal water consumption.
This update includes information about water services, trash service and streets.
Stage 5 is the highest level of water restriction and calls for immediate reduction in water usage.
Affected area is Auction Barn and Old Golf Course Roads.
Collections will resume on a normal schedule beginning on Monday.
The goal is to reduce consumption by 10 percent.
City facilities to remain closed on Thursday due to extreme weather.
Notice is contained to an area near E. 6th Avenue and I-35 and does not impact any businesses.
This is the third weather notice related to this week's historic low temperatures and storms.
An update about office closures and services affected by the extreme cold weather.
Freezing weather conditions are affecting several City of Belton services.
The ABLE Project is a training initiative developed by Georgetown University Law's Innovative Policing Program.
Exercise caution with third-party online payment companies.
Filing Period is open until 5 p.m. on Feb. 12.
The filing period is open until 5 p.m. on Feb. 12.
Delay is due to inclement weather.
Affected area was Near 6th Avenue and Comay Drive.
Due to construction at the front entrance of the Library, services today will be limited to curbside only (along Penelope).
Up to 48 grants of $5,000 each are available.
View local information about COVID-19.