Services

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The Public Works Department is responsible for all city utility and street needs, whether it is installation or repair.

The City purchases electricity from GEXA Energy.   In the calendar year 2017, the City purchased a total of 731,966-kilowatt hours.

The total cost of electricity purchased by the City in the calendar year 2017 is $124,451.

Trash Pickup

First Saturday of every month

(Trash pickup day has been moved from time to time in the past for various reasons – for now, it is fixed on the first Saturday of every month.)
The City offers both curbside and has a large dumpster located at the City Barn from 8:00 AM until loaded.

Payment Information

Acceptable methods of payment are:

  • Checks
  • Cash
  • Debit Card
  • Credit Card
  • Check (Return check fee: $30.00)
  • Credit Cards – information pending 

STAFF

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Beccy Roberts, Utility Clerk – broberts@CityOfHowe.org

The Utility Clerk is responsible for all Utility billing and receivables, building permits, and is a liaison between the Citizens and Utility Crew.

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David Wortham, Public Works Director – dwortham@CityOfHowe.org

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Bert Dowlen, Code Enforcement Officer – bdowlen@CityOfHowe.org

The Code Enforcement Officer is responsible for Ordinance violations such as, high grass, junked vehicles, dangerous buildings, and accumulation of trash or junk. Complaints have to be made in writing for the Officer to open or start a case. This can be done at City Hall.