Water Restrictions In Effect

Trash and RecyclingOn Schedule

Burn BanIn Effect

  • Watering Days

    Starting August 1, 2015, Lucas water customers are allowed to water their outdoor landscape, grass, sod, etc. twice per week on specific days.

    NO WATERING IS ALLOWED BETWEEN 10 AM AND 6 PM ON ANY DAY OF THE WEEK. If you have any questions, contact our Utility Billing Coordinator at (972) 912-1205

    For more information, please click the link below.

    Additional Information

  • Filing Period to Begin for City Council Candidates

    The City of Lucas will hold a General Election on Saturday, May 7, 2016, for the election of City Council Place 5 and City Council Place 6, each position is a three-year term. The filing period for a place on the ballot begins Wednesday, January 20, 2016 through 5:00 p.m. Friday, February 19, 2016.

    Council Candidate packets are available and can be picked up from the City Secretary's office between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. To be eligible to file, a candidate must meet the following qualifications:

    • Be a registered voter of the City;
    • Have resided in the City for not less than one (1) year preceding the day of the election; and
    • Not be in arrears in the payment of any City taxes.

    For any questions, contact Stacy Henderson in the City Secretary's office at (972) 912-1211. 

    For more information, see the Elections page.

  • Tiny Bubbles

    Once in a while, a glass of tap water looks cloudy or milky, but after a few seconds it miraculously clears up! The cloudiness is caused by tiny bubbles. The bubbles rise to the top and go into the air above, which clears up the water. The bubbles are completely harmless.

    It usually happens when it is very cold outside because the solubility of air in water increases at water pressure increases and/or water temperature decreases. Cold water holds more air than warm water. In the winter, water from the water tower that is very cold, and it warms up during its travels to the tap. Some of the air that is present is no longer soluble and comes out of solution making the water appear cloudy.

    Once the water comes out of a tap, the water is no longer under pressure, and the air comes out of solution as bubbles in the same way bubbles rise out of a carbonated soft drink. If the cloudiness is a concern, the best thing to do is let it sit in an open container until the bubbles naturally disappear, but this is not necessary. (

  • Taking Applications Now to Serve on the Friends of the Lucas Fire-Rescue Board

    The Friends of the Lucas Fire-Rescue, Inc., is a non-profit charitable corporation that provides the citizens of Lucas an opportunity to support the Lucas Fire-Rescue Department. The Friends of the  Lucas Fire-Rescue is a non-profit corporation completely separate from the Lucas City government.  The Corporation assists with fundraising and receiving donations for the purpose of purchasing fire fighting related equipment.

    The Board of Directors of the Corporation shall be comprised of no less than five (5) and no more than seven (7) individuals for one to two year terms. The Board will consist of two (2) to three (3) volunteers of the Lucas Fire-Rescue Department to be selected by the volunteers of the Lucas Fire-Rescue Department; two (2) but no more than four (4) citizens of the  City of Lucas to be appointed by City Council and one (1) member of the City Council shall serve as a liaison.

    Applications will be accepted January 25 through February 5.  To apply, click here or applications can also be picked up at City Hall. For more information, contact Stacy Henderson, City Secretary at 972.912.1211.

  • Town Hall Meeting

    A Town Hall meeting was held on Sunday, February 7 to discuss the Neighborhood Connector Street Projects consisting of the following priority projects:

    1) Blondy Jhune East and West Bridge replacement
    2) Blondy Jhune Road
    3) Winningkoff Road
    4) Snider Lane Bridge/Floodway Crossing
    5) Stinson Road Bridge/Floodway Crossing
    6) Snider Lane
    7) Stinson Road
    8) Forest Grove Road

    To view the presentation click on the link below. 

    Neighborhood Connector Street Presentation
    Neighborhood Connector Street Project Probable Costs 

City Council MeetingFebruary 4, 20167:00 pm City Hall
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002-7651
Town Hall MeetingFebruary 7, 20162:00 pm City Hall 665 Country
Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002-7651
Board of Adjustments Meeting February 10, 20166:00 pm City Hall
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002-7651
Planning and Zoning Commission Meeting February 11, 20167:00 pm City Hall
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002-7651
City Council Meeting February 18, 20167:00 pm City Hall
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002-7651
Parks and Open Space Board Meeting February 23, 20167:00 pm City Hall
665 Country Club Road
Lucas, Texas 75002-7651