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Posted on: March 16, 2020

Attention Selma Residents: COVID-19 Information

Although the risk for COVID-19 (Coronavirus) is still low in our area, the City of Selma is actively monitoring the situation daily.  As this is a very fluid situation with new information being collected continuously, we will continue to provide updates as they become available.  Our number one goal is the safety of the community and we urge everyone to continue practicing preventative measures to limit the spread of the virus.

The City of Selma will remain open and operate as normal during this time.  To make payments, or for those with questions regarding our services, we ask that everyone make use of the below options whenever possible, or visit the City of Selma website at www.ci.selma.tx.us.

Municipal Court (Check court website updates)

            Online Payments:  https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/selmatx

            Phone: (210) 651-6661, Option 1

Utility Payments

            Online Payments: https://www.municipalonlinepayments.com/selmatx

            Automated Phone Payments: (866) 248-6689

            Phone: (210) 651-6661, Option 2

            Payments may also be placed in the drop box behind City Hall

Fire Department Permits / Inspections

            Phone: (210) 651-7832 or mspooner@ci.selma.tx.us          

Building Permits

            Commercial Permits: (210) 651-7827 or twhite@ci.selma.tx.us

            Residential Permits: (210) 651-7874 or cmorin@ci.selma.tx.us

Pavilion Rentals

            Phone: (210) 651-7874 or (210) 651-7827

            Email: twhite@ci.selma.tx.us or cmorin@ci.selma.tx.us

Non-building permits (food establishment, mass gathering, mixed beverage, solicitor’s) 

            (210) 651-7833 or rcardenas@ci.selma.tx.us


The City of Selma will continue to provide all services as normal.  Also, trash and recycle services will continue as scheduled unless otherwise determined by Republic Services.  For more information on trash, please contact Republic Services at (210) 304-2787.

We encourage everyone to stay informed on the latest developments surrounding COVID-19 by monitoring information provided by the Texas Department of State Health Services and the Centers For Disease Control (CDC)

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