City of Cleburne facilities and offices will be closed Wednesday, Feb. 17, due to winter storm conditions and continued power outages.
Trash pickup routes will be delayed another day, so the Monday route will run Thursday. Crews plan to run routes through the weekend. The Transfer Station will be open but with limited staffing. Bulk pick-up will be delayed until all residential routes are caught up.
Conference Center Warming Shelter
The Cleburne Conference Center, 1501 W. Henderson St., remains open as an on-going warming shelter. Seating and cots are available. Visitors should bring their own bedding. Those that may need assistance traveling to the center can call police dispatch at 817-645-0972.
Cleburne Fire has rescheduled all Wednesday COVID-19 vaccination injection appointments to Sunday, Feb. 21. We may reschedule future appointments, weather pending. Staff is contacting those with appointments and will post any updates online. Staff has postponed new appointments and will make an announcement before registration goes live in the future.
Police and Fire crews remain on schedule for emergencies. Police and Code Compliance officers have been working with a third-party organization to assist those without shelter. If you know someone who may need assistance or a wellness check contact police dispatch at 817-645-0972.
Public Works crews continue to treat public roadways and maintain city services. The primary focus for treating public roadways is intersections, bridges, public safety facilities, the hospital, and heavily traveled roadways. If you see or suspect a water main break please contact the Public Works emergency line at 817-645-0972.
City/County Transportation (CLETRAN) will not operate Wednesday.
For information about power outages please see Oncor’s Power Outage map.
Due to the extended nature of this winter event, staff continues to monitor the situation. Staff will post any updates or changes to city operations on the city website and social media accounts. We encourage the public to monitor the weather and follow public safety instructions to remain safe.