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Posted on: January 30, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Winter Weather, City Hall closures, trash information


The US National Weather Service-Fort Worth has issued a Winter Weather Warning for North Texas, in effect as of Monday, Jan. 30, thru 6 a.m. Thursday, Feb. 2. Residents are advised to monitor weather media closely and take precautions.

Keep up with the latest weather info from your local weather media or the National Weather Service-Fort Worth. If you must travel during icy conditions, use extreme caution!

Due to the inclement weather, City of The Colony offices and facilities will be closed Tuesday, Jan. 31. Keep watch on this space for future updates. We thank you in advance for your patience.

Trash/recycling collection delayed

Trash/recycling collection for Tuesday, Jan. 31, has been delayed to Wednesday, Feb. 1; with Wednesday's collections moving to Thursday; Thursday's to Friday; and Friday's to Saturday. We will update this webpage as new information becomes available.


We encourage residents to visit the Preparedness/Emergency Management section of our website for information on emergency kits and communication plans. Most importantly, take steps in advance to protect the "Four Ps" at your home or business:

  • Pipes
  • Pets
  • Plants
  • People

Please visit for additional weather preparedness information - and make sure to TURN OFF YOUR SPRINKLERS.

Power Outages

Should your power go out, report the outage to your utility provider, which would be either Oncor or CoServ:

To help conserve energy, our partners at CoServ suggest:

  • Setting your thermostat to 68 or lower, and,
  • Turning down your water heater temperature setting to warm (120 degrees F).

Warming Stations

Residents experiencing a winter-weather crisis and in need of shelter or assistance may contact The Colony Police Department non-emergency number at 972-625-1887. Dispatchers will connect residents with local social-service representatives.

The Salvation Army of Lewisville also responds to cold weather crises by providing warming stations throughout DFW. Visit their website for a list of area shelters. The Lewisville Corps Community Center is open as a day inclement weather shelter; while providing support to Relevant Life Church in Lewisville, an overnight cold weather shelter available as determined by City of Lewisville officials. More information is available on their website and social media.

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