Code of Ordinances
The City of Florence ordinances were codified May 5, 2015, by Franklin Legal Publishing.
In part, codification is the periodic identification of the general and permanent provisions of each ordinance and the organization of those provisions by category.
Ordinances and amendments to ordinances approved since December 5, 2014, and awaiting codification, will be listed chronologically below.
the list of ordinances and amendments that appears on this site may not reflect the most current legislation adopted by the City of Florence. From time to time, new ordinances are adopted and existing ordinances are amended that may not be posted. These documents should not be relied upon definitive authority for local legislation, but can provide useful information to citizens. For further information, please contact City Hall at 254-793-2490.
Ordinances adopted since December 5, 2014, that have not been codified.
No. 03012016-01 Ordinance providing for the establishment of a three-way stop Intersection with the installation of stop signs at the intersection of Preslar Avenue and South Street. Adopted April 5, 2016.
No. 09062016-01 Ordinance Amending Ord No 7-7-98 (Ord No. 09-04-01, Ord No. 03-05-02, Ord No 05-11-04, Ord No. 110607-01, Ord No. 04072009-01, Ord No. 10252011-02, and No. 08122013-05) Providing for Codification of Increased Water and Sewer Utility Rates.
Ordinance denying the proposed change in rates of Oncor Electric Delivery Company, LLC.
No 08142017-01 approving a design manual for the installation of network nodes and node support poles; and approving a pole attachment agreement regulating the installation of network nodes on city service poles and utility poles; declaring governing law; providing repealing and savings clauses; providing a Texas Open Meetings Act clause; and providing an effective date of September 1, 2017.
No 08142017-02 regarding a Public Right-of-Way Management Ordinance by the City of Florence, Texas; regulating the physical use, occupancy and maintenance of city rights-of-way by wireless network providers; describing the purpose; providing definitions; requiring compliance with the city design manual and applicable codes for the installation of network nodes and node support poles pursuant to chapter 284 of the Texas local government code; providing city procedures for applications for permits; establishing time periods for approval of permit applications; providing application fees and annual public right-of-way rental rates; providing restrictions on placement of network nodes and node support poles in municipal parks, residential areas, historic districts and design districts; providing indemnity for the city; providing repealing and savings clauses; providing a Texas Open Meetings Act clause; and providing an effective date of September 1, 2017.