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Upcoming Events & Notices
Fire Dept Food Drive
When: November 1st through December 31st
Where: All Bedford Fire Stations

Fire Department Holiday Food Drive has started! Bedford Fire Department is collecting canned goods and non-perishable items through December 31st to help re-stock the food pantry of the local Northeast Emergency Distribution (N.E.E.D.). Donations can be made to any of our 3 Fire Stations from 7a.m.-7p.m. For more information please visit the Fire Department website.

Fire Dept Pancake Breakfast
Where: Central Fire Station - 1819 Bedford Road
When: Friday, December 9th & Saturday, December 10th
Time: 7:30a.m. - 10:00a.m.

Swing by the Bedford Central Fire Station before work on Friday, December 9th for an ‘All You Can Eat’ pancake breakfast for only $5!

Firefighters will be cooking breakfast for residents, visitors and guests on both Friday, December 9th AND Saturday, December 10th from 7:30a.m. to 10:00a.m. All pancake breakfast proceeds will go to the Bedford Firefighters Annual Awards Banquet Fund.

There will be orange juice, coffee, bacon and of course, pancakes! Don’t forget to buy a raffle ticket from any firefighter at the Fire Station - tickets are only $1 each OR $5 for 6 tickets. For more information, please call 817-952-2500 or visit the Fire Department website.

Senior Center Holiday Dance
When: Monday, December 12th from 7:00p.m. - 9:30p.m.
Where: Bedford Senior Center - 2817 R.D. Hurt Pkwy
Ages: 50 & Over

Looking to Boogie the night away? Check out the Christmas Dance on Monday, December 12 at the Bedford Senior Center. For $6 singles or partners can enjoy the special decorations, light refreshments and live music from Now & Then. The dance is for folks 50 years and up and no registration is required. For more information call the Senior Center at 817-952-2323.

Stormwater Drainage Fee Changes

On Tuesday, September 27, 2016, the City Council approved a Stormwater Drainage fee increase. This is the first increase in 15 years and was necessary to address operating deficiencies and build capacity for upcoming capital projects.

Therefore, the City Council approved the following drainage fees that will go into effect on December 1, 2016:

  • Residential Charges
    Old Rate: $3.50      New Rate: $4.50

  • Senior (over 65) Charges
    Old Rate: $3.00      New Rate: $4.00

For questions or more information about the Stormwater rate change, please contact Public Works at 817-952-2200.

Information on Water Bill Increase for 2017

Effective January 1, 2017, the City of Bedford will adjust its water and sewer rates to account for an increase in the cost of services provided by the Trinity River Authority (TRA). 

The City relies on TRA to provide wholesale water and sewer services to Bedford residents and businesses.  The cost for these services is a rate per 1,000 gallons of water and sewer distributed by the City of Bedford. 

Recently, TRA notified the City that it will increase its volume water rate 19.3 cents per 1,000 gallons and its volume sewer rate 12.7 cents per 1,000 gallons. 

For additional information click here.

New Donation Options Available
The City of Bedford is accepting donations through PayPal and donating to the City service of your choice is now easier than ever. It is not necessary to have a PayPal account, simply select one of four City services to donate:

  • Parks
  • Animal Shelter
  • Dog Park
  • Public Library

Enter in the donation amount and then click submit; all major credit and debit cards are accepted. Your donation is appreciated and enhances the fund-raising efforts of each group.

Select here for more information and to make a donation.

Cultural District
Art, music & culture are alive and well in the City of Bedford. Citizens and visitors can enjoy an art gallery, historic sites, outdoor music performances and live theater. There are a variety of classes and programs for all ages at our new Bedford Library and the Bedford Boys Ranch Activity Center. All this plus outdoor festivals and plenty of green space within a short walk from the main municipal complex.

Select here for more information on the Cultural District

Animal Control Shelter

Many Loving Pets are Looking for a Good Home

The adoptions can be made at the Bedford Animal Shelter, 1809 Reliance Parkway, Bedford, TX.

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday
11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

Saturday
11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

Sunday
Closed.

Help support the Bedford Animal Shelter with the purchase of a Bedford Shelter T-shirts for $15.00

The Bedford Animal Control Division is responsible for the care and custody of all impounded animals, responding to calls for service, quarantining of animals, investigating reports of cruelty and enforcing animal ordinance violations. This Division aggressively seeks good homes for all adoptable animals.

Bedford Animal Shelter

Pets available for adoption - PetFinder

Pets available for adoption - PetTango

Donation options for the Animal Control Shelter

Pet Spotlight

"MHC" Master Highway Corridor Overlay District Update

On April 23, 2013, the City Council approved this Amendment to the City of Bedford Zoning Ordinance unanimously.  The Master Highway Corridor Overlay District is established to provide a set of standards applicable to future development and redevelopment within the corridor area.  These standards are intended to protect and enhance the appearance of the corridor, promote the unique character of the City of Bedford, protect and enhance property values within the corridor, prevent the establishment of incompatible types of development, and coordinate the overall sense of place within this corridor.

Highway Corridor Proposal Map

Bedford Commons

Central Bedford is on the road to imagining a place where residents and visitors can enjoy a stroll through a unique place. Picture a center of town where you could walk to the library and afterwards walk to have lunch at an outdoor bistro. The Vision for Central Bedford will serve as an action plan to promote Bedford, guide future development decisions, and encourage economic activity with a set of short and long term strategic actions. The vision is based on extensive input from the public and a stakeholder committee consisting of the City Council, City Staff, and Local Business Leaders. Stay tuned as the City works to create a framework, which will establish this one of a kind sense of place.
Adopted June 23, 2015

Bedford Commons Code


To obtain more information about the Vision, click here

To view the presentation from the October 14, 2014 public meeting click on the link below.

Bedford Commons Public Meeting Presentation 10/14/2014

PRESS RELEASES


To view previous Press Releases please go to: http://www.bedfordtx.gov/pressreleases/

The City of Bedford Honors Two Women with the Life-Saving Award at the Annual Tree Lighting Event THIS Friday
November 30, 2016

The City of Bedford, Mayor Jim Griffin and the Bedford Fire Department will present two women with the Life-Saving Award at the Annual Tree Lighting Event on Friday, December 2. 

On August 2016 Amy Nabors and Megan Gebhart reacted quickly and calmly in a highly stressful, emergency situation in which a man was trapped under a vehicle.   Following the accident investigation by the Bedford Fire Department, there is no doubt the victim, Glen Milton, owes his life to the heroic actions of these women. 

The Awards Ceremony will be held on the Lawn of the Old Bedford School at 5:45p.m. Friday, December 2, 2016.

The event is a free, family-friendly event that kicks up the spirit of Christmas with cookie decorating, hay rides, bounce houses, pictures with Santa, the Tree Lighting and more! Events are scheduled from 4:00p.m. - 8:00p.m. at both the Bedford Public Library and Old Bedford School.

For a complete list of activities, please visit www.bedfordtx.gov.

For more information, call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


City of Bedford Selects New Fire Chief
October 03, 2016


The City of Bedford has selected Sean Fay to be its new fire chief.

Fay has over 25 years of experience in fire service and currently serves the city of Rowlett as the Assistant Fire Chief over operations and administration. He also serves as the fire department´s public information officer, arson investigator, professional standards investigator, and IT manager. He previously served part-time as the fire chief and fire marshal for the city of Fate.

Fay holds a bachelor´s degree in business administration from Northwood University and is a student in the National Fire Academy´s Executive Fire Officer Program (EFOP). He is a member of the International Association of Fire Chiefs, Texas Fire Chiefs Association, International Association of Arson Investigators, Texas Line of Duty Death Task Force, North Texas Honor Guard Society, Fire Instructors Association of North Texas, and National Internal Affairs Investigators Association.

The nationwide fire chief search was conducted by Strategic Government Resources (SGR), a local government executive search firm based in Keller, Texas. SGR´s recruitment and vetting process produced an impressive field of candidates. Three semifinalists interviewed with the city on September 21, and Fay was selected from the group of experienced candidates to fill the position.

Fay will begin employment with the city on October 19, 2016.

For more information, please call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


City of Bedford and Mayors' Council of Tarrant County Host Mental Health and Law Enforcement Summit
September 23, 2016

Bedford Mayor Jim Griffin and the Mayors' Council of Tarrant County will be hosting a Mental Health and Law Enforcement Summit on September 28, 2016 at the Hurst Conference Center beginning at 7:30 a.m. with a continental breakfast from 7:30 to 8:45 a.m.

The Summit will conclude at noon after the completion of three interactive panel discussions led by community leaders and experts in mental health and law enforcement.

In addition to Mayor Griffin, the Bedford speakers include City Manager, Roger Gibson and Police Chief Jeff Gibson.  Also speaking are Mr. Robert Early, President of JPS Health Network; Ms. Susan Garnett, Chief Executive Officer, MHMR Tarrant County: Judge Glen Whitley, County Judge; Mr. Ramey Heddins, Senior Director of Criminal Justice, MHMR Tarrant County; Judge Brent Carr, County Court at Law; Ms. Sharen Wilson, Criminal District Attorney; and Commissioner Roy C. Brooks, Tarrant County, Precinct One.

For more information, please call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


Bedford Public Library Closed October 2 for Migration to New System
September 7, 2016

The Bedford Public Library will be switching their integrated system (ILS) to Koha (www.koha-community.org), an open-source computer system.

The Library will be closed on Sunday, October 2, 2016 for data migration and the new system will go live on October 3, 2016.

The new features on the KOHA program include the automatic renewal of materials, increased security with passwords, optimization for all devices, easy to navigate catalog, customize user notifications, and track purchase suggestions.  Before the migration, everyone with a library card should export their reading history and wish lists.

Migrating to Koha program will save $32,000 annually in licensing and maintenance fees.  The cost savings from moving to an open-source system will go toward improving existing services including online homework help, literacy and Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) Programs.

For more information, please call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


The Bedford Public Library Receives Grant for New I.D.E.A.S Lab
August 29, 2016

The Texas State Library & Archives Commission (TSLAC) recently awarded funding to the Bedford Public Library under its Impact Grant program. 

The Bedford Library will use grant funds to create the I.D.E.A.S. Lab, an acronym for “Innovate, Design, Engineer and Apply Science” which will launch in January 2017. 

A white paper commissioned by the Summer Learning Collaborative found that differences in children’s summer learning experiences during their elementary school years can ultimately impact whether they earn a high school diploma and continue to college. 

The goal of the I.D.E.A.S. Lab is to improve Science Technology Engineering and Math (STEM) literacy and increase family engagement to reduce the summer slide.  A 3-part project centered on STEM education through informal learning environments, the project introduces I.D.E.A.S. STEM Kits, I.D.E.A.S. Lab Tours and Series, and I.D.E.A.S. Robot.  Each component is designed to reach audiences of different preferred learning styles and guided by the 4 C’s: Critical Thinking, Communication, Collaboration and Creativity.  Patrons will be able to check out STEM kits, attend robotics programs and science programs starting in 2017.

This project is just one of 71 made possible this year by a grant from the U.S. Institute of Museum and Library Services to the Texas State Library and Archives Commission under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act.
 
The Bedford Public Library is one of 12 libraries to be awarded the grant for 2016.  “The Bedford Public Library is excited to be able to expand the current STEM programming.  Our families are thirsty for science and technology related programming,” said Maria Redburn, Bedford Library Director.

ABOUT THE TEXAS STATE LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES COMMISSION Formed in 1909, TSLAC is committed to giving Texans access to information and programs to improve their lives and communities. TSLAC provides historical and genealogical search assistance, federal and state government documents, electronic research and library services to all Texans, including those who are unable to read standard print material because of physical or reading disabilities. For more information, visit www.tsl.texas.gov.

For more information, please call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


Dr. John, Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue Headline 2016 Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival
August 26, 2016

The blues legends lead an impressive roster that includes Tommy Castro & the Pain Killers, Janiva Magness and a host of local talent. Area musicians including The Stratoblasters, Mike Morgan & The Crawl, Jim Suhler & Monkey Beat, Bnois King Band, Tutu Jones & His Twisted Soul Band, Pat Boyack, Joey Love, EJ Matthews, and Dylan Bishop will be playing throughout the festival.

The festival runs Friday, September 2 through Sunday, September 4.   The event kicks off at 6:00p.m. on Friday, September 2 with music from the Gregg A. Smith Soul Session featuring Larry Lampkin & Cookie McGee.

The jam-packed event swings into full gear Saturday afternoon and culminates with an evening lineup featuring contemporary blues artist Tommy Castro. The California guitarslinger and his band The Painkillers will rock the main stage at 7:45 p.m.  

Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue closes out Saturday night’s showcase at 9:15 p.m. The New Orleans native will bring his crescent city jazz/funk/blues sound that’s thrilled audiences in the U.S., Europe, Australia, Japan, Russia and Brazil.

The hits continue when Janiva Magness and Dr. John take the reins on Sunday. Magness has a rich, soulful voice that earned her Contemporary Blues Female Artist of the Year in 2009. The Detroit native performs at 7:45 p.m.

Dr. John makes his inaugural Bedford appearance at 9:15 p.m. The six-time Grammy award winner and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee brings his Mardi Gras madness - a funky mix of New Orleans R&B, boogie-woogie and rock’n’roll, to close out the festival.

While this savory musical gumbo simmers on stage, pit masters from around the world will be cooking in a Kansas City Barbecue Society competition.   The Bedford cook off is a nationally recognized event that’s been featured on several TV shows including BBQ Pitmasters and other reality series in the U.S and Canada. It hosts a heated field of world class competitors including multiple BBQ Pitmaster contestants. Guests can sample the very best these pros have to offer at the People’s Choice Event and Battle of the BBQ 3-5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.

Gates open at 2 p.m. at the outdoor venue across from the Bedford City Hall Complex, 1951 L. Don Dodson Dr. Individual tickets and Festival packages are available at www.bedfordbluesfest.com.

The Bedford Blues & BBQ Festival is made possible thanks to the generous support of the Bedford Hotel Association, Texas Health Harris Methodist HEB and Budweiser. The event is produced by the City of Bedford.

For more information, please call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


Bedford Police Department holds a Safety Social Event for the new '1 Community Program'
June, 20, 2016

The Bedford Police Department is holding a Safety Social Event at the Windmill Terrace Apartments, 2200 Murphy Dr., on Thursday, June 23 at 4:00p.m. to celebrate the apartment community being the first ones to successfully complete the ‘1 Community Program.’

The program began in 2015 and has 9 Bedford communities actively participating.  This program is designed to foster community relationships, reduce criminal activity, increase safety, and decrease calls for service at multi-family housing properties.  There are three levels to the program and each level builds on the prior.  In addition, there is a list of specific requirements that must be met in order to become a certified property.

At the event, members of the Bedford Police Department and the Windmill Terrace Staff, Owners and Residents will acknowledge the hard work that was accomplished to reach this status in the program by awarding the property an official ‘1 Community Property’ sign. The residents will have a chance to learn about the goals of the program and what safety and security improvements Windmill Terrace made to increase the overall quality of life.

Since joining the ‘1 Community Program,’ Windmill Terrace has had a decrease of 45.5% in crimes (property, persons, and society) and a 25% decrease in calls for service (quality of life issues) from 2015 compared to 2014.  Based on the first 5 months of 2016, the trend shows a continued decrease in in both categories as well.   

This reduction can be attributed to the high-quality apartment management and their practices, as well as the ‘1 Community Program’ partnership that was established between the Windmill Terrace community and the Bedford Police Department.

For more information, please call Natalie Foster, Public Information Officer, at 817-952-2126


Utilities

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Water Department

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Bedford Alert

The City of Bedford has launched Bedford Alert, a mass communication and emergency preparedness system. The City implemented Bedford Alert for city officials to stay connected with residents and efficiently provide them with information. In the event of a tornado warning, a water main break, a police incident or any other information in the area, officials can send voice, text, email or TTY/DD messages directly to residents and businesses in just minutes.

“This is a free service available to our residents allowing us to provide immediate information related to emergencies and other issues that are of a public concern,” said Roger Gibson, Bedford City Manager.  “It may be a missing child, a tornado warning, an unforeseen interruption of services in a particular area, or some other event where real-time information is critical.  We encourage Bedford residents and businesses to utilize this service by registering their message preferences in the Bedford Alert database.”

Publicly available primary residential and business phones in Bedford will automatically be included in the system. However, to ensure the City has the most up-to-date contact information, including cell phone numbers and email addresses, residents should visit https://bedfordalert.bbcportal.com/ to sign up. Users should provide complete information and indicate their preference for being contacted, language and message topics. Those residents without internet access are encouraged to visit the Bedford Public Library for free internet and computer access.

Council Meetings

All regularly scheduled Council meetings will air on Time Warner Cable (Channel 16 for "basic" subscribers and 15.4 for all "digital" subscribers)) and U-verse (channel 99) the Thursday & Monday following the meeting at 6:00PM. Meetings will also stream live online the day of a council meeting.

Watch past council meetings online at bedfordtx.gov/tv

Read past and present council meeting agendas

Employment

Online Job Application

Centrally located between Dallas and Fort Worth, Bedford is a progressive community of economic growth and quality development. Bedford offers an extensive and comprehensive benefits program for full-time employees that includes employee medical, dental, life and disability insurance coverage; employer paid retirement plan; paid leave; and tuition reimbursement. Employment with the City of Bedford will provide an exciting and fulfilling opportunity for selected candidates.

All applications and resumes are subject to public disclosure pursuant to the Public Information Act.

The City of Bedford is an equal opportunity employer and will not discriminate against any applicant for employment because of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, national origin, physical or mental disabilities or because they are disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam era or Gulf War.

Current jobs available

Public Information Requests

Texas Government Code, Chapter 552, known as the Texas Public Information Act (the “Act”), gives the public the right to request access to governmental information.  The Act is triggered when a person submits a written request to a governmental body and must ask for records or information already in existence.  The Act does not require a governmental body to create new information, to do legal research, or to answer questions. 

A person may ask to view the information, get copies of the information, or both. If a request is for copies of information, the governmental body may charge for the copies. If a request is only for an opportunity to inspect information, then usually the governmental body may not impose a charge on the requestor. However, under certain limited circumstances a governmental body may impose a charge for access to information. All charges imposed by a governmental body for copies or for access to information must comply with the rules prescribed by the Office of the Attorney General (“OAG”), unless another statute authorizes an agency to set its own charges.

~Adapted from Public Information 2012 Handbook published by the Texas Attorney General’s Office

Requests for public information can be made by sending an email to or by submitting a Public Information Access Form.  The form may be mailed to the attention of City Secretary at 2000 Forest Ridge Drive, Bedford, TX 76021, hand delivered to City Hall Building A or faxed to (817) 952-2103.  Please be as specific as possible as to the records you are requesting.

***For any police and/or code compliance open records requests, please email , or for further assistance contact the Bedford Police Records Division at 817-952-2425.***

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SIGN ORDINANCE AMENDMENT
July 11, 2016

In order to promote an aesthetically pleasing, safe and functional community, the City adopted a uniform set of regulations related to signs. Signs are considered accessory structures which are regulated in Section 6-66 through 6-74 of the Sign Ordinance. As a business in Bedford, you are permitted certain specific types of sign displays while others are prohibited. The purpose of this ordinance is to protect property values, as well as provide a neat, clean, orderly and attractive appearance of the community. This ordinance has been revised to reduce sign clutter and to minimize adverse visual safety factors to travelers on areas open to public travel. To achieve this purpose, it is necessary to regulate the design, quality of materials, construction, location, illumination, and maintenance of signs that are visible from public property, public rights-of-way and private areas open to public travel. Revisions to the Sign Ordinance include the following:
  • Electronic Message Centers – Section 6-70 (a)
  • Display Of Feather/Swooper Flags and Balloons for Grand Openings –Section 6-72
  • Area Coverage Of Window Signs – Section 6-70 (h)
  • Luminous Lighting in Storefront Windows – Section 6-70 (h)
  • Prohibited Signs – Section 6-74
  • Existing Building For Sale / Lease Signs – Section 6-70 (i)
Ordinance No. 16-3167 provides additional information, including updated definitions and detailed sections, to accomplish these changes. The items listed above are further explained on the enclosed document. This ordinance can be viewed in its entirety: HERE

Conformance timeline for existing and temporary signs is no later than September 1, 2016.

  • Significant Changes in Sign Ordinance
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    NO FEEDING ORDINANCE AMENDMENT
    July 11, 2016

    The new no feeding of wildlife ordinance amending Section 86-3 of the Code of Ordinances states:

    (3) Wildlife.

         b. The supplemental feeding of wildlife leads to overcrowding and increases the susceptibility for wildlife to contract life threatening diseases.
         The Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife discourages supplemental feeding of wildlife in public and private places. The purpose of this section
         is to control the feeding of wildlife in order to protect the public health, public property, and wildlife.

              1. No person shall engage in the feeding of any wildlife within any park within the city or within any public property.

    This ordinance can be viewed in its entirety: HERE

    The no feeding ordinance is currently in effect and being enforced.

     

     

     


    Financial Transparency

    In an effort to provide key financial data to the citizens of Bedford, the City makes available several documents to ensure transparency for all financial transactions.  The following information can be found on the Finance page under their respective tabs.    

    The City of Bedford has been awarded the Platinum Leadership Circle Award from the Texas Comptroller Office.  The program began in December 2009 to recognize local governments in the state that are striving to meet a high standard for financial transparency online.  The new Platinum designation highlights those entities that go above and beyond providing financial transparency.  The City of Bedford received the Gold designation (highest at that time) in 2013.  Further information about transparency in government can be viewed on the Comptroller’s website www.texastransparency.org.

    Annual Budget:  Also known as the Program of Services, this document outlines the spending plan for the fiscal year as approved by the City Council.  This page contains the current Budget along with those from the previous two fiscal years.  Hard-copies of the document can be viewed during normal business hours through the City Secretary’s office or at the Bedford Public Library.

    Annual Financial Report:  This report is generated at the conclusion of the independent audit following each fiscal year.  It contains the financial information pertaining to the actual financial transactions that occurred during the closed fiscal year.  Three years of reports are posted on this page and hard-copies are available for public viewing during normal business hours through the City Secretary’s office or at the Bedford Public Library.

    Check Register:  This document is a searchable list of the City’s disbursement registers.  These are separated into five sections, Disbursements, Payroll checks (actual checks printed, this does not include direct deposit payments), Capital Projects payments, Manual Checks (those generated outside of the weekly vendor check run) and Purchase card transactions.  For the current fiscal year, the register is posted quarterly.  For completed fiscal years, the registers have been posted in their entirety.

    Financial Reports:  The Finance division creates a quarterly report providing a summarized view of revenues and expenditures for all funds. These reports also provide highlights on the financial status of the major funds with supporting graphs and narrative explanation.

    Debt Information: Information is provided on the City’s current outstanding debt, including current debt obligations, descriptions, dates issued, total amounts and maturity dates.

    PAYDAY LOAN ORDINANCE
    October 04, 2016

    On September 27, 2016, the Bedford City Council approved Ordinance 16-3183, effective January 1, 2017. It addresses the registration and oversight of credit access businesses that provide payday loans and/or auto title loans to consumers.

    As per the City ordinance, a credit access business cannot operate or conduct business without a certificate of registration issued by the City of Bedford. Registration is required for each geographic location operating or conducting business. In addition to the registration requirement, credit access businesses must follow lending guidelines that place restrictions on extension of consumer credit. Highlights of this ordinance include:

    • Credit access businesses must register with the City annually.

    • Credit access businesses will maintain complete records and retain them for three years.

    • Cash advanced under consumer credit cannot exceed 20% of the consumer's gross monthly income.

    • Cash advanced under a motor vehicle title loan cannot exceed the lesser of 3% of the consumer's gross annual income or 70% of the current retail value of the vehicle.

    • Repayments may not be repayable in more than four installments and limits refinancing to no more than three times.

    Ordinance No. 16-3183 provides additional information to accomplish these changes. This ordinance can be viewed in its entirety: HERE

     

     

     


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