New Year, New Look
Looking forward to another successful year!
We'd like to welcome our new residents to Celina and greet those who have been a part of our community. 2018 has been a year of many accomplishments to enhance your quality of life here in Celina. We will continue to work towards making Celina the best place to live.

We hope that you have a wonderful 2019!

Mayor Sean Terry
Trash & Recycling

Bulk trash pick up is scheduled on your trash day every 1st full week of the month and 3rd week of the month. You do not need to call to schedule a bulk trash pick up.
Next Bulk trash pick up is scheduled for the week of Monday, January 7, 2018.
Please make sure to have all trash cans on the curb by 7:00 am on your trash day.
Trails Master Plan Schedule
January 9  Parks Board Meeting (work session) EDC Building
January 10 Draft Plan posted to project page
January 22 Public Meeting 6:00 p.m. City Council Chambers
February 5  Parks Board Meeting (public hearing) Celina ISD Admin Building
February 12 City Council Meeting (work session) Celina ISD Admin Building
February 19 Planing and Zoning (work session) Celina ISD Admin Building
March 12 City Council Meeting (public hearing) Celina ISD Admin Building
Will you attend the trails master plan public meeting, January 22?
Celina Council Chambers

01/22/19 6:00pm - 01/22/19 7:00pm

I'll be there!
I can't make it
What You Should Know About Stormwater
What is stormwater?
Stormwater is water from precipitation that flows across the ground and pavement due to rain or snowmelt (also known as stormwater runoff). The water may seep into the ground or flow into the City’s stormwater drainage system. This system includes road-side gutters, ditches, streams, ponds and drainage pipes throughout the City. All City runoff goes into our natural creeks: Doe Branch Creek, Little Elm Creek, Wilson Creek and Honey Creek. The natural streams have a small amount of baseflow that is caused by groundwater recharge and high water tables; the baseflow is relatively clean. When it rains, the baseflow is supplemented by stormwater runoff from parking lots and city streets. The baseflow is relatively clean groundwater that fl ows at a low velocity. Stormwater runoff tends to pickup garbage, debris, sediment, fertilizers, automobile fluids and other pollutants; stormwater runoff is relatively dirty and will harm the fish and other wild­ life living in the natural creeks if they are not taken care of. Storm drains contain runoff that is not treated by the City of Celina prior to entering our natural streams.
Development Update
Geographic Information System Mapping Portal
On here you will find a variety of web maps and applications which allow you to answer the "where" question for any project! Visit our website frequently as we will be updating our maps and data periodically! 

Please click on the image below to access Celina's Maps & Apps Public Gallery.
Candidate Filing Begins January 16 for Council Place 1 and Council Place 6
Candidates interested in running for Celina City Council may file for a place on the May 4, 2019, General Election ballot, beginning Wednesday, January 16, at 8:00 a.m. The last day to file for Celina City Council is Friday, February 15, at 5:00 p.m.  
Two seats, including Place 1 and Place 6, are open.  All positions on the Celina City Council are “at large” positions. General qualifications for candidacy are: US citizenship, 18 years of age on the first day of the term to be filled, have resided in the state for twelve months and the City of Celina six months prior to the deadline for filing and be a qualified voter of the City.
Candidate packets are available now and may be picked up at the City Secretary’s Office, 142 N. Ohio Street, between the hours of 7:30 a.m., and 5:30 p.m., Monday through Thursday, and 7:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Fridays.
Upcoming Events
City Council Meeting
January 8
Planning & Zoning January 15
City Hall Closed
Martin Luther King Day
January 21
Celina State of the City Luncheon
Each year the City of Celina, Economic Development Corporation, Celina Independent School District, Chamber of Commerce and other local government representatives give an update from the previous year and what to expect this next year from their agency. This is a great time to meet and get to learn about what is happening our your community.
Thursday, January 24, 2019 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
Celina ISD Admin Building, 205 S. Colorado St.