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For building permits and site approvals you can come up to City Hall and visit the Code Enforcement Office on the 1st floor. They can answer your questions, approve your site plans, issue you a permit, and complete inspections. For more information, please call 325-247-4158, ext. 110.
Construction Permits are required for construction or remodeling. To obtain a permit, you must complete an application for permit and submit it with plans and specifications for your project. For homes and small buildings, 1 set of plans is required. For larger buildings, 2 sets are required. All work will need an estimated cost of the work being done. Not all remodeling work needs plans. For more information on remodeling permits, please contact the Code Enforcement office at 325-247-4158, ext. 110.
The Code Enforcement Office can answer any questions you have pertaining to the zoning of a neighborhood or particular part of the City of Llano. For more information, please contact the Code Enforcement Office at 325-247-4158, ext. 110.
In the event you notice a stray or lost animal, you can contact the Llano Animal Control Office at 325-247-3028.
You can call the Utility Office at 325-247-4158, ext. 101 or 102 to submit all street-related issues and they will get the Street Department out to repair the issue as soon as possible.
In the event your pet is picked up by Animal Control, you can contact the Animal Control Office at 325-247-3028 to make arrangements to reunite.
Please fill out the Park Reservation and Permit Application for reservations. Call 325-247-4158, ext. 102 for more information.
To enter your plea on citations and handle outstanding warrants, please contact the Llano Municipal Court at 325-247-1928. For more information pertaining to fines and payment methods, view the Payment Options page.
Under the laws of the State of Texas, you may request the dismissal of 1 moving traffic violation every 12 months by taking a state approved driver's safety course. View the Driver's Safety Course page for more information or call the Llano Municipal Court at 325.247.1928.
We have all of our fine amounts available on our Fine Information page. You can also view our Payment Options page for more information about fines and payment options, or call the Llano Municipal Court at 325.247.1928.
After 90 days, delinquent accounts will be turned over to the City Attorney and/or a collection agency for collection and reported to credit bureaus utilized by the city.
Delinquent accounts that remain connected due to hardships are examined on a case-by-case basis, but in all circumstances, customers must make regular payments toward the balance, show proof of hardship, and show good faith effort to resolve the account. Hardship includes a serious injury or illness of the primary or secondary applicant, death in the immediate family, natural disaster, or bankruptcy. Hardship claims do not guarantee continuation of service.
Fill out and bring in the Roll Off Container Application (PDF) along with full payment to: City Hall 301 W. Main St. Llano, Texas 78643
For more information, please call 325-247-4158, ext. 101 or 102.
The City of Llano is the provider of electrical service with in the city limits. For new, stop, or transfer service, account information, billing, and more, please call the Utility Office at 325-247-4158, ext. 101 or 102, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday. On holidays and weekends you can call the Sheriff's Office at 325-247-5767 or the electrician on call at 325-247-6067. To report power outages or damaged power lines, call 325-247-4158.
If Progressive Waste has missed your garbage, call City Hall at 325-247-4158, ext. 101 or 102, and we will get them out to pick it up.
Reconnects are scheduled only after the consumer has paid the bill in full, made the minimum payment required, and paid the reconnect fee. In addition, the deposit requirement is subject to adjustment any time a disconnect for non-payment (including bad checks) occurs. Consumers must pay the amount due plus the amount of the adjusted deposit.
A payment made with a bad check will treated the same as a non-payment. A handling fee of $35 will be charged and is payable only by cash or money order on all returned checks. After 2 checks have been returned, the customer will be required to make all utility payments by cash, money order, or cashier's check.