Stage 2 Water Restrictions are now in effect as of June 12, 2018.
From June 11th-June 22nd (Monday – Friday only), Binz Engleman will be closed thru traffic from the hours of 7:00 am-5:30 pm from Buzz Aldrin to Alan Shepard to allow curb, sidewalks and driveway operation. Residents who live on this block will have access to their homes. We ask that if vehicle use is needed to leave residence during the working hours mentioned, please park vehicles and utilize nearest side streets. If you should have any questions regarding this matter, please feel free to Fermine Mendez 210-721-9447 or Roy Heaths 210-885-5539 with San Antonio Constructors.
Public Works will be sweeping area 2 on Mondays starting with June 4, 2018 and ending on June 25, 2018. The dates are as follows: June 4, June 11, June 18, and June 25. Please refrain from parking in the street from 07:00am- 3:30pm on the assigned days. City of Kirby’s Public Works Department is dedicated to providing the highest level of customer service and quality municipal services for our residents. We thank you for your patience and cooperation. If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Gilbert W. Salas Director of Public Works at (210) 666-0653 ext. 111
D & D Contractors, Inc. will begin mixing kilm dust and installing curbs on Arneson & Scottsman Dr. beginning June 11, 2018 between 07:00 am-05:30 pm, M-F. Construction work should be completed by August 2018. Please refrain from parking or driving on the street during this time. D & D Contractors, Inc. will not be liable for damages to your vehicles should you neglect or ignore this notice. (Only Emergency Vehicles and Residents will be permitted on affected streets during this time.) For any concerns in regards to the project please contact at James Patterson 210-288-7796 or Gilbert Salas Director of Public Works at 210-666-0653 or email@example.com.
The City of Kirby has not issued any water tests or samples for residents. Samples must be taken by a licensed professional and are not contracted. The City of Kirby takes 6 samples 2 times a month totaling 12 samples per month on the first and third week of each month at specific points throughout our system. Our water quality is tested and all TCEQ and Edwards Aquifer guidelines are followed and reported monthly. The City of Kirby’s water quality is of the upmost importance and is closely monitored daily. In the case of an emergency in regards to water quality, The City of Kirby will issue and statement notifying our residents of any issues that may have occurred and instructions will be given. All new water mains are thoroughly disinfected, pressure tested, and sampled before they are put into service. The City of Kirby is dedicated to providing quality water service 24-7-365. Residents will not be asked to take samples for the city. If you are asked to take samples for the city be aware this may be a scam to solicit information. Please report any information to the Public Works Director Gilbert W. Salas (210) 666-0653 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.
City-wide mosquito spraying. We will be running the sprayer on the June 29th and 30th from 10pm to 4am. All streets and allies are passed with the sprayer unless the alley is too saturated. South of Binz-Engleman will be sprayed on the first night and north of Binz-Engleman will be sprayed on the second night. We also throw mosquito tablets in creeks and allies when we can’t drive in with the truck. Public Works throws tablets in creeks when we cut our easements as well. We are doing our due diligence to keep the mosquitoes to a minimum. For information about illnesses from mosquito bites and prevention, refer to Texas Department of Public Safety.