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The governing body of the municipality that proposes to annex an area under this subchapter must adopt a resolution that includes:
(1) a statement of the municipality's intent to annex the area;
(2) a detailed description and map of the area;
(3) a description of each service to be provided by the municipality in the area on or after the effective date of the annexation, including, as applicable:
(A) police protection;
(B) fire protection;
(C) emergency medical services;
(D) solid waste collection;
(E) operation and maintenance of water and wastewater facilities in the annexed area;
(F) operation and maintenance of roads and streets, including road and street lighting;
(G) operation and maintenance of parks, playgrounds, and swimming pools; and
(H) operation and maintenance of any other publicly owned facility, building, or service;
(4) a list of each service the municipality will provide on the effective date of the annexation; and
(5) a schedule that includes the period within which the municipality will provide each service that is not provided on the effective date of the annexation.
Cite this article: FindLaw.com - Texas Local Government Code - LOC GOV'T § 43.0692. Resolution - last updated April 14, 2021 | https://codes.findlaw.com/tx/local-government-code/loc-gov-t-sect-43-0692.html
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