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Posted on: January 31, 2023

[ARCHIVED] City Facilities and Offices to Remain Closed on Feb. 1

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City of Cleburne facilities and offices will remain closed on Wednesday, Feb. 1 due to the inclement weather and dangerous road conditions. Emergency services will operate as usual. Please note how this affects the city’s various departments below.


Trash services will run as road conditions allow on Wednesday, Feb. 1, so there may be delays. The Sanitation Division is asking all residents to put bins on the curb as usual until the trash can be picked up. Trucks will run as many routes as road conditions allow to get back on schedule. Bulk pickup will be delayed until all residential routes are collected. The Transfer Station will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

Public Works

Public Works crews will continue to treat public roadways and maintain city services. Crews will be working around the clock in order to keep road conditions safe. 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 or use the SeeClickFix app. 

Warming Center

The lobby of the Cleburne Police Department, located at 302 W. Henderson St., will serve as a warming center for those who need temporary relief from the cold weather. The lobby will offer a warm and dry environment with access to restrooms.

Public Safety

Police and Fire crews will remain on schedule for emergencies. If you know someone who may need assistance or a wellness check, please contact police dispatch at 817-645-0972.

Parks and Recreation

The Booker T. Washington Recreation Center, Splash Station, Cleburne Golf Links and museums will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 1. Public restrooms at Hulen Park, Carver Park, Market Square and the cemeteries will be closed and winterized for the duration of the subfreezing temperatures. Restrooms will reopen when temperatures moderate. 


The Cleburne Public Library will be closed on Wednesday, Feb. 1. 

Municipal Court

Cleburne Municipal Court hearings scheduled for Wednesday, Feb. 1 have all been canceled. The court hearings will be rescheduled for a later date. Anyone with questions can contact 817-645-0925 or email [email protected].   

Regional Airport

Cleburne Regional Airport will close offices and the runway on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

Public Transportation

City/County Transportation (Cletran) will not operate on Wednesday, Feb. 1.

Power Outages

For information about power outages, view Oncor’s Power Outage map.

Please remember to follow public safety instructions to remain safe and warm. Cleburne staff will continue to monitor the weather situation and treat significant icy areas. Any updates or changes to city operations will be posted on the city website and social media accounts. 

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