The Mayor’s Notebook: A Brief History of Drainage

Drainage has been a big topic this spring in Keller and rightfully so; we had as much rain in a short period of time as we have experienced in almost 80 years. How did Keller hold up? Here’s a recap of what the city has been up to.
On June 18, 2007, Keller experienced what we in the city…

View full post on News RSS Feed – City of Keller

The Mayor’s Notebook: Getting Your Money’s Worth

What can you get for about $100 a month?
Each month when I pay my cable bill and it’s over $100, I wonder what I am really getting for my 100 bucks — other than frustrated when my movies won’t download correctly or it comes in all scrambled and I have to call customer something…

View full post on News RSS Feed – City of Keller

Fireworks illegal within Keller city limits

As the July Fourth holiday approaches, area residents should keep in mind that selling, possessing, storing and/or using fireworks within the Keller city limits is illegal.
The ban on fireworks includes any device that explodes or leaves the ground: Black cat firecrackers, cherry bombs, bottle…

View full post on News RSS Feed – City of Keller

The Mayor’s Notebook: Updating the UDC, Pt. 2

So we began this conversation with the question, “What makes Keller so unique?” In considering our vision for Keller’s future, the City Council last year decided we needed to review one of the primary tools that guide development in our community. Establishing our standards for…

View full post on News RSS Feed – City of Keller

FM 1938 project to close Johnson, Top Rail

The Texas Department of Transportation has notified Keller that Johnson Road at FM 1938 will be closed from 7 a.m. Monday, June 15 until 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 16 for a cut and restore operation to install pipe under the roadway as part of their FM 1938 project. The following week, Top Rail Lane will…

View full post on News RSS Feed – City of Keller