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Rockwall County has issued a fireworks notice restricting the sale and use of certain fireworks within unincorporated areas in the county. They have also extended the county wide Burn Ban Notice for an additional period. For more information visit the Rockwall County website or download the notices below.

Burn Ban Notice

Rockwall County has issued an order restricting outdoor burning. The order will be enforced for 30 days.


RCH Water Tower

3:00pm Update 07/15/22: RCH has advised the City that the boil water notce has been lifted immediately

11:00am Update: The City is actively working with our contracted water supplier RCH Water in alleviating the low water pressure issue.

Starting immediately, RCH and the City are asking all businesses and residents to completely stop all outdoor irrigation/sprinkler system watering. This action will help relieve the demand on the overall water system. This short term, water conservation effort will greatly assist in the duration of this problem.

Thank you for your patience and we appreciate your understanding and conservation efforts in the resolution of this issue.

Please check back on a regular basis as updates will follow as we receive them.

Phone: 972 722 3203

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Appeal Effective Wednesday, July 13, 2022

As extreme hot weather continues driving record power demand across Texas, the Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is issuing a Conservation Appeal for Wednesday, July 13 between 2-8 p.m. ERCOT is asking Texans and businesses to voluntarily conserve electricity during this time. Currently, no system-wide outages are expected.

Today’s conditions are expected to be similar to those experienced on Monday, July 11, 2022. On that day, Texans and businesses responded by voluntarily conserving electricity and helping ERCOT successfully meet record power demand by reducing their energy use by 500 MWs.

Conservation is a reliability tool ERCOT has deployed more than four dozen times since 2008 to successfully manage grid operations. This notification is issued when projected reserves may fall below 2300 MW for 30 minutes or more.

ERCOT encourages all electric customers to visit the Public Utility Commission’s (PUC) Power to Save or their electric provider’s websites to get important conservation tips. According to the PUC, ways to reduce electricity use during peak times include turning up your thermostat a degree or two, if comfortable, and postponing running major appliances or pool pumps during the requested timeframe.

ERCOT continues to use all tools available to manage the grid effectively and reliably, including using reserve power and calling upon large electric customers who have volunteered to lower their energy use.

ERCOT emphasizes that the call for conservation is limited to the hours of 2-8 p.m. on Wednesday, July 13.

Factors driving the need for this important action by customers:

  • Record high electric demand. The heat wave that has settled on Texas and much of the central United States is driving increased electric use. Other grid operators are operating under similar conservative operations programs as ERCOT due to the heatwave.
  • Low wind. Wind generation is currently generating less than what is historically generated in this time period.
  • Forced thermal outages. The number of forced outages in thermal generation exceeds ERCOT forecasts.
  • Solar. Developing cloud cover in West Texas has reduced the amount of solar generation.

How to track electricity demand

  • View daily peak demand forecast, current load, and available generation at
  • Follow ERCOT on Twitter (@ERCOT_ISO) and Facebook (Electric Reliability Council of Texas).
  • Sign up for the ERCOT mobile app (available for download at the Apple App Store and Google Play).
  • Subscribe to the EmergencyAlerts list at EmergencyAlerts.

Consumer Assistance

Public Utility Commission of Texas Hotline – 1-888-782-8477

Mr. Konrad Hildebrandt City Administrator

The City of McLendon-Chisholm, Texas welcomes Mr. Konrad Hildebrandt as its new City Administrator.  Mr. Hildebrandt has an undergraduate degree in Business Management and a Masters degree in Public Administration from the BYU Marriott Graduate School of Management.  He has worked in 6 different cities in 3 different states (Arizona, Utah and Texas).  Most recently he was the city manager of Riverton, Utah and Assistant City Manager in Odessa, Texas.  Mr. Hildebrandt has been a city manager for 16 years and an Assistant City Manager for 4 years with 33 years overall in local government management.

Mayor Keith Short stated, “I am excited to announce that the City of McLendon-Chisholm has hired Mr. Konrad Hildebrant as our City Administrator.   Mr.  Hildebrant brings many years of experience in local government management which will be crucial as our city and the State of Texas continue to face the rapid growth.”

“I feel very honored, excited and blessed, for this opportunity to work closely with Mayor Short, the City Council and all of TEAM MC.  I look forward to providing a positive help as our great city grows and develops.” said Mr. Hildebrandt.

Konrad is married to his college sweetheart, DeAnna and they have five children, Rhett (Mary) (Chicago, Illinois); Kacee (Nate) (Ames, Corra, Theo) (Pocatello, Idaho); Jasmyn, Shea and Aisha (South Jordan, Utah).

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05/07/22 as of 8:35 pm

Determine whether or not to reduce the tax rate adopted for the current year to the rollback rate in accordance with Texas Tax Code Section 26.07.

For:  332 (91.71%)

Against: 30 (8.29%)

For the latest available election results CLICK HERE.

The City will hold the Annual Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 30th, 2022 starting 1:00 p.m. at City Hall, honoring the men and women who died while serving in the US military. The public is invited to attend.

Memorial Day Ceremony Flyer

Rockwall County Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast will be held on May 5, the National Day of Prayer. There will be a light breakfast with worship and speaker Kevin Pate. Doors at The Center at Rockwall, 108 E Washington St, Rockwall, TX 75087 open at 7:30am.

Poster for Rockwall Co. Mayor's Prayer Breakfast

The inaugural McLendon-Chisholm Egg Drop was a huge success. Hundreds gathered to collect the eggs dropped from the helicopter. The crowd enjoyed games, treats and activities, along with area food trucks.

Check out the gallery below to see all the fun.

Join the Community Cleanup Campaign, open to all City of McClendon-Chisholm residents.

Saturday, April 23, 2022 ~ 7:00 A.M. – 12:00 Noon


Proof of Residency Required

Bulk Items ACCEPTED at ROLLOFF location:

  • Non-Freon Appliances
  • Furniture
  • Scrap Metal
  • Lumber
  • Mattresses/Box Springs

Bulk Items NOT ACCEPTED at ROLLOFF location:

  • Freon Appliances
  • Automotive products and parts
  • Chemicals / Paint/ Tires
  • Demolition/ construction debris
  • Brush/ tree limbs
  • TV’s

This is your opportunity to do some spring cleaning and the City of McLendon-Chisholm would like to help. All residents are encouraged to participate in the Cleanup Campaign.

  • The Cleanup Campaign is a service for the residents of McLendon-Chisholm and NOT for people from other communities, contractor’s, or businesses.
  • The City website will be updated as more information becomes available.
  • A roll off dumpster will be located at 1371 West FM 550, please bring the ACCEPTED items to this location for disposal.

Thank you for helping to keep the City of McLendon-Chisholm looking clean and attractive.

Code Compliance Department – City of McLendon-Chisholm