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Submit a Code Enforcement notice form below or call (972) 442-6811 and ask for extension 221. Leave a contact name, phone number, address or general location of violation, and a description of the possible violation.
The 2017 - 2018 property tax rate for the City of Parker is 0.365984 per $100 of value.
To be a successful firefighter, you must be able to follow directions. Failure to properly complete the application packet may be grounds for rejection. This is a simple mistake, and is easily avoidable by paying close attention to the directions offered in the application packet. If you have any questions about the application packet, please contact a Recruiting and Retention representative. We will be happy to help you. Please be sure to sign all signatures in the packet in blue ink.
Not all types of criminal offenses will automatically preclude you from serving as a member of our department. Please ask a Recruiting and Retention representative if you have questions about a specific item in your background.
If you live and work outside of our immediate response area, you will be expected to spend several hours per week at the station in order to participate in some of the above activities.
All new members without prior firefighting certification are initially enrolled in Collin College's 167 hour Intro/Basic Volunteer Fire Training Program, located at their McKinney campus. This program is paid for the by county's Excellence Fund and is available at no cost to the candidate. The classes typically meet Thursday nights from 1800 - 2200 hours and Saturdays from 0800 - 1700.
Some members prefer to attend other fire academies located in the North Texas area. Some have accelerated programs that may be substantially completed through online, web-based instruction. If such training is approved by the Training Officer, tuition for training may be reimbursed in accordance with our Standard Operating Guidelines.
Training opportunities, especially those involving specialized rescue, also exist at surrounding fire departments and at Texas A & M in College Station.
All fire/rescue and EMS training in compliant with curriculum standards of the State Firefighter's and Fire Marshal's Association (SFFMA), the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP), the Texas Department of State Health Services (TDSHS) and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA). All of our instructors are certified by one or more of these agencies. They ensure that training is not only conducted in a safe and efficient manner, but that it remains a rewarding and enjoyable learning experience for our members.
Career firefighters in Texas are required by law to be certified by TCFP - a state agency. They generally receive their training through state-certified training academies.
Volunteer firefighters who have achieved SFFMA Advanced certification and hold emergency medical certification, may challenge the TCFP examination to become TCFP-certified basic structural firefighters. Several of our members have done so.
Parker Fire Department does not certify firefighters, but coordinates with SFFMA to provide recognized training to them so that they may obtain certification. For safety, we do require that our members achieve at least SFFMA Basic certification before engaging in structural firefighting activities.
People typically call 911 because they don't know who else to call for help. This means that a citizen may call us for virtually anything. We must be prepared to adapt our training and skills for any situation.
A) respond to emergency calls of all types within Parker's fire district, or provide mutual aid assistance to surrounding communitiesB) train towards professional qualifications as a structural firefighter as set out by SFFMA and/or TCFP curriculum and NFPA standardsC) be part of a team that keeps the equipment and apparatus ready for the next emergency callD) keep the fire station neat and tidyE) be placed, depending on your interests and skills, and after a suitable time, on one of several committees to manage administrative and/or equipment duties. Examples include Recruitment & Retention, Emergency Medical Services, Information Technology, Communications and Apparatus Maintenance.
A) use of self contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)B) search and rescueC) first aidD) ropes and knotsE) radio communicationsF) incident commandG) pump operations and hydraulicsH) hose handlingI) ventilationJ) fire preventionK) salvage and overhaulL) laddersM) fire extinguishersN) hazardous materials
Refer to the Citation Information Sheet that was given to you by the officer before contacting the court with your citation number. If you have misplaced your information sheet, click link for another one: English or Spanish
Yes. Fingerprinting services are provided by appointment only. You can call (972) 442-0333 Monday through Friday to schedule between 8:30 am and 4:30 pm. You must provide your own fingerprint cards. This service is available to all Parker City Residents. Non-residents are accepted upon review. There is no charge for this service.
Click the Utility Billing information link or contact the Customer Service Center at (972) 442-6811 ext. 228 to start or cancel utility service.
Trash and recycling carts are emptied every Thursday. All carts should be set out by 7am. Effective March 30, 2018, residences on the east side of Dillehay Drive / Hogge Drive trash/recycle pickup schedule will change to every Friday. Residences on the west side of Dillehay Drive / Hogge Drive will continue to be picked up every Thursday.
If you reside on the West Side of Dillehay Drive / Hogge Drive, your bulk trash will be picked up the week of every third (3rd) Monday of the month.
If you reside on the East Side of Dillehay Drive / Hogge Drive, your bulk trash will be picked up the week of every fourth (4th) Monday of the month.
Please have your bulk items out by Monday at 7:00 a.m. to have them picked up during your scheduled week.