COMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT Sponsored by New Hope Community Church

COMMUNITY EASTER EGG HUNT

Saturday, April 20 10:00 am – Noon

@ New Hope Town Park

Thousands of Stuffed Eggs
Egg Hunt Starts at 11:15 AM

For Children, Bring Your Own Basket

Bounce House
Popcorn
Games
Great Family Event Everyone is Welcome!

Location: City Park in New Hope, TX is next to Town Hall at: 121 Rockcrest, New Hope, Texas 75071

Sponsor: New Hope Community Church, 3849 FM 1827, McKinney, TX 75071

Sunday services at 10:30 AM, Dr. Kelly Carr, Pastor

Admission: Free! ... Participants must register upon arrival.

Facebook.com/NewHopeChurchMcKinney

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Holiday Fireworks Reminder

New Hope town ordinances currently prohibit the use of fireworks within our town limits.  Anyone wanting to report fireworks usage within the New Hope town limits may contact the Collin county Sheriff's non-emergency number: 972-547-5100

We wish you all a merry and wonderful holiday season and new year!

Water Resource Recovery Facility: Survey & Info

The New Hope town council is interested in hearing public opinion regarding the water resource recovery facility planned by the North Texas Municipal Water District for construction just north of the town of New Hope. 

Survey:

The form to provide feedback is located here.
The deadline for public feedback is November 20th.  

Info:

More information regarding the planned facility may be found at:  https://www.ntmwd.com/projects/new-regional-water-resource-recovery-facility

Public Meeting:

Additionally, the North Texas Municipal Water District will hold a meeting about the planned water resource recovery facility on Tuesday, November 13th at the Stone Crest Venue in New Hope. The meeting is open to the public and all New Hope residents are encouraged to attend.

Date: Tuesday, November 13th
Time: 6 - 8 PM
Place:

Stone Crest Venue
160 Rockcrest Rd, 
McKinney, TX 75071
google maps

Free First Aid Class!

Update:

This event was a great success on both days. We would like to thank the wonderful team at Baylor, Scott & White Medical Center - McKinney for providing this training. Their generosity is greatly appreciated and we look forward to working with them again in 2019 to provide more training opportunities to our community!

If you have an interest in seeing more opportunities like this, please contact us at the city council and let us know what think! council@newhopetx.gov

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The New Hope Town Council has partnered with Baylor Scott & White Medical Center to offer the citizens of New Hope and surrounding areas a class to help you assist yourself or others in the case of serious medical injuries. Car, Kitchen, and Yard accidents are just some of the unexpected events can happen to anyone when you least expect it. Be prepared for the people you care about!

This class is called "Stop the Bleed" and you can read more about it here: https://www.dhs.gov/stopthebleed . It will accommodate 16 people per session. If you aren't able to make it this time, we'll try to do another set of classes next year.

When:

  • Tuesday October 9th from 10AM to 11:30AM

  • Saturday October 13th from 10AM to 11:30AM

Location: New Hope Town Hall. 121 Rockcrest, New Hope,  Texas 75071

Questions? Contact New Hope Councilman Kelly Hughes at: kelly.hughes@newhopetx.gov

Sign Up on our Google Forms page

Oak Creek Drive - Shut Down Monday April 23rd... Click for more

Oak creek drive will be shut down east of Elm Grove for a few hours Monday, April 23rd.  We anticipate this starting mid morning and lasting 3-4 hours. Traffic bypasses through private property have been volunteered by citizens for light cars and trucks and emergency vehicles.  Heavier vehicles and trailers will not be accommodated during this time. Anyone who knows ahead of time that they may need to move heavier vehicles, trailers, or have access to medical services should make plans to be out of the affected area during this time.

On Map below - Red is the culvert.  Green is the bypass for light cars and trucks.

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Meet the Candidates Tuesday April 17, 2018 7pm

Meet the Candidates 

Tuesday April 17, 2018 7pm

Stone Crest Venue 

160 Rockcrest Road, New Hope 75071

A forum for the residents of New Hope to meet the candidates, and hear the candidates speak to their vision, goals and strategies. This will be a closed forum, with no media coverage. Admittance is free, and proof of residence will be required to be admitted. Note that this supported by unpaid volunteers, and the venue has kindly been made available for this event, at no charge.

HWY 380 Public Meeting

Just got this from the TXDOT consultants that Andy & I have been working with.


The Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) invites you to join us at the upcoming public meetings for US 380.

TxDOT is conducting a feasibility study for improvements to US 380 through Collin County, a distance of approximately 32 miles. The purpose of the study is to analyze potential roadway options for US 380, including improving the existing alignment or utilizing new alignments.     

The meetings will be held on

Thursday, April 26, 2018 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Sheraton McKinney, 1900 Gateway Boulevard, McKinney, Texas 75070

Tuesday, May 1, 2018, 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., Princeton High School, 1000 E. Princeton Drive, Princeton, TX 75407

Thursday, May 3, 2018, 6:00 to 8:00 p.m., Rogers Middle School, 1001 Coit Road, Prosper, TX 75078.

 

Rockcrest Road closure

We have a collapsed culvert on Rockcrest. The repair job is big enough that we have called in Collin County under our interlock agreement to effect the repair.

Culvert collapse on Rockcrest road in New Hope Texas

This was most likely caused by the recent excessive rainfall. We are working to get it fixed as soon as possible, please bear with us.

 

Mayor Jess Herbst

 

"Thank you Mayor Herbst. 

We will get the road opened back up as soon as possible today.

We do not have a time frame on when the culvert replacement will happen just yet.  The power company has to top the trees away from the power lines before they can be removed.  Also, we have requested utility locates in the area as well.  If the utilities are clear, we don’t have an issue.  However, if utilities are over the culvert or impede the work in any other way, then we will have to re-evaluate the repair and cost.  As long as the utilities are good, we can make the repair fairly quickly, but it will have to be scheduled around our current road repairs.   

 

Thank you,  

Wayne Anderson

Collin County Public Works

Road and Bridge Superintendent"