Other Permit Applications
An alarm user required by federal, state, county or municipal statue, regulations, rule or ordinance to install, maintain and operate an alarm system shall be subject to a permit designated as a special alarm user’s permit.
A special alarm user’s permit for a system which has three false alarms in a permit year shall not be subject to the alarm permit revocation procedure but shall be subject to the service fees assessed under this article for false alarms.
(Ordinance 06-30, § 1, 7-27-06)
The fee for an alarm permit is $50 per year and permits may be obtained at anytime from the Police Department or you may download the Alarm Permit Application and apply by mail at:
The City of Lake Dallas
Attn: Police Communications
212 Main Street
Lake Dallas, TX 75065
Download: Alarm Permit Application
Permits for all existing alarms are issued during December of each year and remain valid throughout the next calendar year. New alarms installed during the calendar year will be billed at a pro-rated share and will be renewed each December for the following year. Applications for existing alarms must be returned before December 31. Checks should be made payable to the City of Lake Dallas.
Requirements: Ordinances Regarding Itinerant Merchants
Any person desiring to drill, bore, dig or otherwise alter a water well shall file an application with the city secretary.
Permits authorizing the drilling, boring, digging or otherwise altering of a private water well may not be issued until authorized by a resolution entered in the minutes of the city council.
A state licensed water well driller must be retained to drill, bore, dig or alter a well. Four copies of a completed permit application shall be filed and shall include the following items:
Detailed plans by a state licensed well driller, showing:
- The location of the well, by legal description and street address;
- A scaled site plan or plat depicting the dimensions of the lot where such proposed well is to be located and showing:
- The location of all easements, utility lines, connections or utility appurtenances, and the distance from the proposed well to each; and
- The location and exact distance from proposed water well to any septic tank(s); sewer lift stations; sewer lines (trunks, collectors, laterals); the closest LCMUA well site; water lines (supply, mains, laterals, service); gas lines (supply, mains, service); underground telephone lines; streets, alleys, thoroughfares; animal or livestock pens, barns or shelters; dump grounds (public or private); creeks or streams; lakes or ponds, and any flood zone area;
Specifications for the well showing:
- The type of proposed well (dug, drilled bored or driven);
- The proposed depth of the well;
- The well diameter;
- The size and type of pump casing to be used;
- The depth of the cement casing and method of cementing; and
- The manner and site of any well water storage tanks and a description of the distribution system;
The name, address and telephone number of the well driller;
The estimated cost of the well or work to be done;
A statement of the purpose for which the well will be used; and
Any other information required by the city.
An application shall be accompanied by the appropriate fee as shown on the city’s master fee schedule. In the absence of an entry in the master fee schedule, a permit application fee shall be $300.00.
A water well permit may only be issued for wells to be located or altered on lots containing 30,000 square feet or more, and which are zoned residential or agricultural.
After receipt of a complete water well application, the city council shall pass a resolution authorizing the granting of a water well permit or rejecting the permit. Failure to pass a resolution authorizing the granting of a permit within 60 days after the receipt of a water well permit application shall constitute an automatic rejection of the application.
(Ordinance 10-10, § 1, 9-23-10)
Download: Water Well Permit