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A Le t t e r F r o m t h e
MAYOR Welcome to Bartonville
Bartonville is a great rural town that is ideally situated to offer a peaceful lifestyle where you and your family can enjoy country atmosphere living. Located in the DFW Metroplex and less than a 30 minute drive from Dallas or Ft. Worth, citizens have easy access to the conveniences of medical facilities, shopping, entertainment, cultural activities, and professional sporting events. Whether you are a resident, property or business owner, or a visitor, this guide is designed to assist you with information you need about our town. The Town Council and staff are dedicated to providing the highest level of friendly, professional, efficient and effective public services to our citizens as well as to those visiting our community. We are very proud of our community and believe that it offers a quality of life found in few other places.
Those who live here, move here or merely visit for a while, will find their Bartonville experience a special one.
BILL SCHERER 817-567-1304 Council Member Since: May 2013 Current Term Expiration: May 2018 Email: mayor @townofbartonville.com
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Community Profile . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 6
Organizations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 8
Jeff Traylor Council Member Jaclyn Carrington Council Member Clay Sams Council Member Jim Murphy Council Member
Public Safety . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 11 Town History . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 14 Town Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 18 Services . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 20 Permits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 22 Education . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 23
Josh Phillips Council Member
Development . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 25 Community Guide . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . pg 30
The Bartonville Community Development Corporation (BCDC) is a non-profit, tax exempt Texas Corporation created in 2002 following the passage of one-half (1/2) of one-percent (1%) sales tax dedicated to community development by the residents of Bartonville. The BCDC is a separate entity from any other board or commission of the Town of Bartonville, and provides leadership and funding for projects that enhance and preserve Bartonvilleâ€™s excellent quality of life. The BCDC generally meets on the 2nd Wednesday of each month, 6:30 p.m. Check the Town Calendar to verify meeting at 1941 E. Jeter Road, Bartonville, Texas Published by
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PROFILE The Town of Bartonville, Texas, is a 6.8 square mile rural community located eleven miles south of the city of Denton, in south central Denton County, off Farm to Market 407, between Interstate 35 W and Interstate 35 E. Neighboring communities and cities include Argyle, Lantana, Double Oak, Copper Canyon,
Highland Village, and Flower Mound.
Population: In 2017, Bartonvilleâ€™s population was estimated at 1671. The median household income is approximately $101,964.
TOWN GOVERNMENT The Town of Bartonville is a Type A General Law Municipality with a Mayor and five-member Council, each elected at large and serve two-year terms. The Town Council enacts local legislation, makes policies, approves ordinances, and adopts the annual budget. Regular Council Meetings are held every third Tuesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers at Town Hall. Occasionally, Special Meetings and Budget Workshops are held. Â TOWN ADMINISTRATION The Administration Department is responsible for overseeing the management of day-to-day operations of the Town including building permits, inspections, code enforcement, communications and municipal court. The department is comprised of the Town Administrator, Town Secretary and Court Clerk. The department provides support to the Town Council, Planning and Zoning Commission, Zoning Board of Adjustment, and the Bartonville Community Development Corporation.
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Bartonville is located in the 26th
Bartonville is represented by Senate
Bartonville is located within Denton
Federal Congressional District
District 12, currently held by
County and is in Precinct 4 which
served by U.S. Congressman
Senator Jane Nelson who has an
is represented by Denton County
Michael C. Burgess, who has an
office in Grapevine. The Texas State
Commissioner Andy Eads.
office in Lewisville. The state is
Representatives for Bartonville are
represented by Senator Ted Cruz
representatives Tan Parker (House
and Senator John Cornyn.
District 63) and Representative Myra
• Congressman Michael Burgess 972-434-9700 www.burgess.house.gov
Crownover (House District 64). • Sen. Jane Nelson 817-424-3446 www.nelson.senate.state.tx.us • Rep. Tan Parker 972-724-8477 www.house.state.tx.us • Rep. Myra Crownover 940-321-0013 www.house.state.tx.us
BARTONVILLE TOWN HALL 1941 E. Jeter Road, Bartonville, TX 76226 Phone: 817-693-5280
Michael Montgomery Town Administrator
Tammy Dixon Town Secretary
Fax: 817-430-9433 www.townofbartonville.com
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• Sen. Ted Cruz N. Texas Office 214-599-8749 www.cruz.senate.gov • Sen. John Cornyn N. Texas Office 972-239-1310 www.cornyn.senate.gov
• Commissioner Andy Eads 940-349-2801 www.dentoncounty.com
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ORGANIZATIONS The Town of Bartonville has a strong support network of residents who dedicate time to serve the community and make life better for the citizens, businesses and organizations that call Bartonville home. Thank you to all residents and partners who have served, and continue to serve, on the Town’s boards, commission and community groups. • Bartonville Crime Control & Prevention District • Bartonville Community Development Corporation • Planning & Zoning Commission • Board of Adjustment
• Greater FM 407 Lions Club
Bartonville Crime Control and Prevention District (BCCPD) is a special purpose district funded through sales and use tax that helps to fund local law enforcement services and programs. The BCCPD is governed by a Board that is selected by the Bartonville Town Council. The Board is responsible for monitoring the fiscal accountability as well as the effectiveness and efficiency of the BCCPD plan and budget. Bartonville Community Development Corporation (BCDC) is funded through sales tax and use tax. The sales and use tax collected provides cities with a wider range of uses for the tax revenues because it is intended to give communities an opportunity to undertake a project for quality of life improvements. The BCDC Board is governed by seven (7) members, appointed by the Council. Expenditures by the BCDC must be approved by the Town Council prior to expenditure. The town has a limited amount of property zoned for commercial business. It is the goal of the BCDC to support existing businesses and to attract the types of businesses that meet the vision and standards desired by the community, while increasing the sales tax and ad valorem tax revenue to the town’s general fund, in turn, keeping property taxes low. Planning & Zoning Commission (P&Z) meets on the 1st Wednesday of the month and is comprised of five members and up to four alternate members. The Commission’s primary responsibility is to make recommendations to the Council regarding land use issues – primarily zoning, gas well drilling and subdivision plat requests. In addition, the Commission is charged with deliberating the merits of changes to the Zoning Ordinance, offering amendments and updates to the Comprehensive Master (. . . continued on page 10)
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Photographs taken from the Bartonville Annual Spring Clean Up & Nation Night Out Events.
Plan and considering other items related to the physical development of Bartonville. The P&Z considers and makes recommendations to the Town Council regarding development applications, zoning requests, the comprehensive zoning ordinance and the comprehensive plan. Board of Adjustment (BOA) meets as needed, typically two to three times per year. The BOA was created for the purpose of interpreting or modifying zoning regulations in particular cases as circumstances may require. Since its determinations in this respect are that of a quasi-judicial body, its judgments and decrees are afforded a presumption of legality by state law. The Board also acts
as the Building Standards Commission which hears appeals to the Building Official’s decisions.
The Greater FM407 Lions Club was formed by citizens who shared the same passion to support and provide a community service to Bartonville, Lantana, Copper Canyon, and Double Oak and was chartered on June 18, 2015. Lions Clubs International is the world’s largest service club organization with more than 1.4 million members in approximately 46,000 clubs in more than 200 countries and geographical areas around the world. For more information visit fm407lionsclub.org
Any community worth living in must have a web of people faithful to good work and one another, or that community will fall apart ~ Scott Russell Sanders BARTONVILLE DIRECTORY
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1941 E. Jeter Road, Bartonville, TX 76226 Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911 Non-emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-349-1600 Administration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 817-693-5287 Animal Control (Brian the Animal Guy) . . . . . . . . . . . 817-401-1861 Request a Vacation Patrol Going out of town? Enjoy peace of mind while you’re gone by requesting a Vacation Watch/Close Patrol on your home or business in Bartonville. To register an address for Vacation Patrol, visit www.bartonville.com/police.htm to download the request form. Alarm Permits The Town’s ordinances requires owners of active alarm permits to register their alarm system with the Bartonville Police Department on an annual basis. An alarm permit application may be obtained from www.bartonville.com/police.htm 2017 - 2018
Bartonville Police Department
MEDICATION DISPOSAL UNIT Bartonville Citizens have a safe way to dispose of unwanted prescription medication. CVS/pharmacy, as part of their partnership with Drugfree.org, donated a Medication Disposal Unit to the Bartonville Police Department. The Medication Disposal Unit is installed in the front lobby of the police department. Many times addiction starts at a medicine cabinet, so let’s work together to keep unwanted medications from falling into the hands of those who would abuse them. Over half of teens abusing prescription medication get them from family or friends and this includes the home medicine cabinet. Medication in the home is also the leading cause of accidental poisoning. Each year in the United States, more than 71,000 children aged 18 and younger are seen in emergency rooms for unintentional overdoses of prescription and over-the-counter drugs. BPD recommends everyone take full advantage of this opportunity to make Bartonville a safe place for all those we care for. Bring your unwanted or expired prescription medications and drop them in the unit. It’s the safest and most responsible way to dispose of medication. The unit will accept prescriptions, prescription patches, prescription medications, prescription ointments, over-the-counter medications, vitamins, samples and medication for pets. The unit will not accept needles, inhalers, aerosol cans, liquids, lotions, thermometers. We are grateful and thank CVS/pharmacy for its generous donation to help our community
prevent prescription drug abuse. The CVS/pharmacy Medication Disposal for Safer Communities
Program is part of the Company’s on-going commitment to combat prescription drug abuse. For more information on this program, visit www.cvs.com/safercommunities.
BURN DAY The disposal of vegetation by open burning is permitted in Bartonville but ONLY on a day that has been determined to be a “good burn day” by the Denton County Fire Marshall. The burn day status is determined each morning between 8:00 a.m. and 9:00 a.m. For more information please contact the Denton County Fire Marshall by clicking the link on the www.argylefire.com homepage or calling 940-349-2840. When registering your burn you will be asked for a permit number, please state that you are within the Town limits of Bartonville and no permit is required.
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FINGER PRINTING Finger printing service is offered to Bartonville Residents at no charge. The Bartonville Police Department does not offer finger printing for immigration documents. Finger printing service is available by appointment. Please call 817-693-5287. Fingerprinting is also available at the following locations: Location
Denton County Sheriff’s Office
ARGYLE FIRE DISTRICT The Argyle Volunteer Fire District (through a contract with the Denton County Emergency Services District #1) is responsible for providing fire, rescue, and emergency medical services for the citizens of Argyle, Bartonville, Copper Canyon, Corral City, Lantana and Northlake. Our area also includes the Denton County area surrounding these cities. The District covers approximately 59 square miles with a population served of approximately 29,000 people. The district averages 1400 incidents a year. Emergency . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 911 Main # . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-464-7102
and 6 EMT/Paramedics 24 hours a day. These personnel staff 2 full-time engines and one full-time ambulance with one “ready reserve” ambulance. All paid Firefighter/EMT/Paramedic personnel are certified by the Texas Commission on Fire Protection, and the Texas Department of State Health Services.
Fire Stations — Argyle Fire District is currently operated out of 2 Fire Stations strategically placed throughout the District. Fire Station 511, located at S Gibbons Rd and FM 407, currently houses our Fire Administration along with an Ambulance, Engine Company, and Brush Company. Fire Station 513 is located at 865 Copper Canyon road in Copper Canyon. This Fire Station houses an Ambulance, Engine Company, and Brush Company.
Emergency Notification System — The Emergency Service District has implemented the Everbridge weather warning system. This system will inform you of severe weather warnings developing and approaching in your area. The system will automatically call homes or businesses located in the direct path of the approaching storm. The system will then fan out to include all homes and businesses in the database. However, to be included in the severe weather warning system you will need to register on the link below. Register at http://Everbridge.argylefire.com
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Staff — AFD is a combination paid/volunteer district. AFD staffs 9 personnel during the daytime hours;
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HISTORY The roots of the Town of Bartonville can be traced to two entrepreneurial brothers from Missouri who recognized the potential of commercial opportunity at this particular geographic sector of Denton County. Bentley B. Barton, known as B.B., (1849–1905) and James M. Barton (1840–1893) focused their interest on a segment of a land grant that had been acquired in 1855 by Abraham R. Loving. On November 11, 1881, the brothers established the destiny of the town with the purchase of ten
acres, near the southeast corner of the A. R. Loving Survey.
Situated along the Old Wagon Trail (today FM 407), and the crossroad between Denton, Grapevine and Lewisville, B.B. Barton recognized that there was economic opportunity in building a mercantile that would provide the convenience of readily accessible goods to the local farmers, sparing them the challenge of traveling to the nearby large towns. In addition to providing goods, he provided services such as milling the bushels of wheat grown by the local farmers. It was from that service that the town first received its identity as “Barton’s Mills”. Unlike other local communities who developed as a result of the introduction of rail lines into their town, Bartonville succeeded despite their absence. Ultimately, the Bartons would own as much as 220 acres surrounding their initial investment, but it was this corner and the businesses that they established—and that others continued—that provided farmers convenient goods and essential services to assist in their agricultural endeavors. As a result other communities in proximity flourished, contributing to the growth of Denton County. Although B.B. Barton had the vision for what the community could and would become, he did not have the patience or tenacity to be the one to see it continue to grow during his lifetime. In 1890, Barton sold his investment. However, the store location continued to be a constant center of local commerce as the store itself took on different forms and functions and shuffled through a series of owners and managers for 130 years. These owners were the ones who carried the remnant of the initial vision the founder foresaw. Had it not been for these stalwart entrepreneurs, the town’s identity might have melted into the homogeneity of the surrounding communities. But unlike several of the settlements in the area, that did not happen to Bartonville. Although the store and its geographic location served as the center of the community, its residents spread
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throughout an expansive geographic area to connect to that hub. The dirt roads that the settlers traveled on gradually became paved roads in modern Bartonville, but many of the current thoroughfares serve as reminders to the founding families of the town. One such example is McMakin Road. Less than three years after the Barton brothers acquired their land, Alexander (1825- 1902) and Lavonia McMakin along with their eleven children settled on 165 acres located between the Bartonville store and the community of Shiloh. McMakin, an attorney, served as a trustee at the community school, Double Oak #61, which his and other Bartonville children attended. Many of Alexander and Lavonia’s children remained in the community and continued the legacy of their parents well into the mid-20th century. Alexander and Lavonia as well as twenty family members are buried at the Shiloh Cemetery south of their original homestead. Another thoroughfare serving as a reminder to Bartonville founding families is that named after the Broom family. In 1890, James A. (1850 –1940) and Eliza Broom purchased 157 acres near the McMakin’s homestead, south of and adjacent to the Bartonville store. The Brooms raised 13 children on (. . . continued on page 16) 2017 - 2018
their farm which they maintained until 1917. Today, residents travel along the thoroughfare Broome Road which follows the southern border of the original homestead. The road that runs from the location of the Bartonville store into the western section of the town is named in honor of the Jeter family. In 1886, E.A. Jeter (1821 – 1891) purchased the 640 acres Cartwright patent and then sold 250 acres of that holding to his brother David Henry Jeter. David Henry (1839 – 1912) in addition to farming was a part time Baptist preacher. His son, John Henry Jeter (1882 – 1947) maintained the estate after his father’s death. Five members of the Jeter family are buried in the small family cemetery in Bartonville on the original homestead. Over the decades, with continued population growth throughout the county, some of the surrounding towns merged into each other and forfeited their original identity. However, the uniqueness of Bartonville was consistently and indelibly identified by its century old landmark store. Although the area had been commonly known for nearly a century as “Bartonville,” in 1960 with a population of 380 its identity was threatened when the City of Irving set its sights on annexing many of the southern Denton County communities. To fend off this merger, on September 10, 1960, Bartonville residents voted overwhelmingly to incorporate the town to maintain their unique identity. The borders of the newly incorporated town made it the largest in the county with nearly 30 square miles. The expansive borders included present day Double Oak and Copper Canyon. However, in May 1964, when no longer threatened by Irving, the town elected to disincorporate. This remained the status quo until 1973, when a geographically smaller Town of Bartonville was reincorporated maintaining the nucleus of the old town commenced by its founder.
In 2016, the Town of Bartonville received its Official Texas Historical
Marker which is located at Bartonville Town Hall.
The full history, as approved by the Texas Historical commission, can be accessed on our website.
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Bartonville Tree Photo by Bill Castleman/The Cross Timbers Gazette Drive along McMakin Road in Bartonville during the holiday season and discover what’s become a tradition at Barbara Nunneley’s 10-acre ranch. About 60,000-65,000 LED lights are installed on the 150-year-old pecan tree. The idea to light the tree originated when Nunneley’s father Earl was suffering from terminal prostate cancer and she wanted to do something special for him. See the Tree – From north: Head south on McMakin Road from FM 407 near Lantana. Tree is on the right just before Barrington Hills Blvd.
Horse photography by Wild Mane Photography
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CONNECTIONS ELECTRIC CoServ Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-274-4014
GAS Atmos Energy (Barrington Hills Subdivision) . . . . . . . 800-464-3030 CoServ Electric . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-274-4014
HOME PHONE, TELEVISION, INTERNET AT&T . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-288-2020 Direct TV (Television Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 855-802-3473 Dish Network (Television Only) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 888-656-2461 HughesNet (Internet & Phone) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 877-221-1241 Frontier, (FIOS available in all areas, phone limited areas) . . . . . 800-921-8101
TRASH/RECYCLING/BRUSH/BULK Progressive Waste Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-909-9061 Trash/Recycle Pick-Up Day is Monday. Missed pickups or special pick-ups for large items must be arranged by contacting Progressive. Additionally, the Town sponsors a Spring Clean-up event each year in April, free to all residents.
US POST OFFICE
440 US-377, Argyle, TX 76226 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-464-7626 Preferred Self Storage (Approved Postal SubStation) 8301 Justin Road, Double Oak, TX 75077 . . . . . . . . 972-539-7425
WATER Argyle Water Supply Corporation (Brasher Estates, Seals Road, Badminton Heights) 825 W. FM 407, Argyle, TX 76226 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-464-7713 Cross Timbers Water Supply Corporation 2032 E. Hickory Hill Road, Argyle, TX 76226 . . . . . . . 940-584-0780
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LIBRARY SERVICES LITTLE FREE LIBRARY The Little Free Library is a “take a book, return a book” free book exchange and is located at Town Hall, 1941 E. Jeter Road. LOCAL LIBRARIES Through an inter-local agreement, all Denton County residents are able to utilize the Flower Mound and Lewisville Public Libraries at no charge.
FLOWER MOUND PUBLIC LIBRARY - www.fmlibrary.net 3030 Broadmoor Lane, Flower Mound, TX 75022 . . . . 972-874-6200 LEWISVILLE PUBLIC LIBRARY 1197 W. Main Street, Lewisville, TX 75067 . . . . . . . . 972-219-3570 HOSPITALS Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital 4400 Long Prairie Road, Flower Mound, 75028 . . . . . 469-322-7000 Medical Center of Lewisville 500 W. Main Street, Lewisville, TX . . . . . . . . . . . . 972-420-1000 Denton Regional Medical Center 3535 S Interstate 35E, Denton, TX . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-384-3535 POISON CONTROL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 800-222-1222 2017 - 2018
Whether you are planning a do-it-yourself home improvement project or hiring a professional contractor, a quick call to Town Hall at 817-693-5280 is a good idea before starting work to see if a building permit is required. Permits are required for most building projects in order to ensure that they are built in accordance with the Town of Bartonville’s adopted building and zoning codes, amendments to the code and all ordinances pertaining to residential and commercial construction. Aside from the review of structural, electrical, mechanical, and plumbing plans, the permit approval process may also include plan examination by the fire department for fire prevention and life-safety standards, or other reviews. Professional inspections throughout the various stages of construction help to make certain that work sites are safe, workmanship is at an
industry accepted standard, and projects are built according to approved specifications.
· New buildings
· Drainage or grading changes
· Storage buildings over 200 sq ft
· Adding to existing driveways
· Additions to existing structures
· Patio covers or concrete patio
· Electrical systems
· Fences 6’ or taller
· Plumbing systems
· Swimming pools, hot tub or spa
· HVAC systems
· Irrigation systems
· Culvert, new or replacement
· Septic repair or replacement
· Driveway approach
· Water wells
ON-SITE SEWAGE FACILITIES (OSSF) The Town of Bartonville relies on private septic systems known as on-site sewage facilities. Please visit www.townofbartonville.com to review the rules, regulations, forms, and FAQs. BARTONVILLE DIRECTORY
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Liberty Christian School
EDUCATION PUBLIC Argyle Independent School District 800 Eagle Drive, Argyle, TX 76226 . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-464-7214 www.argyleisd.com Denton Independent School District 1307 N. Locust St., Denton, TX 76201 . . . . . . . . . . 940-369-0000 www.dentonisd.org PRIVATE Liberty Christian School 1301 US-377, Argyle, TX 76226 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-294-2000 2017 - 2018
INFORMATION Make sure you’re “in the know” and up-to-date on Bartonville emergencies, events, news and information! • Website: www.townofbartonville.com • Email News - This is the quickest way to reach our citizens. You can subscribe at any time by visiting the Town’s website at www.townofbartonville.com. • Event Calendar - All meetings, events, activities and programs are listed on the Town of Bartonville Calendar, which is accessible from the www.townofbartonville.com homepage. • Emergency Notification – The Argyle Fire District utilizes Everbridge, Inc., to provide mass notification services for urgent and emergency needs. All towns and areas within the Fire District are included within this notification system to include Argyle, Bartonville, Copper Canyon, Lantana and Northlake. Sign up
today by clicking the link on the www.argylefire.com homepage.
If you do not have access to a computer, Town staff will be happy to assist you or you may call the Argyle Fire District Administration office at 940-464-7102 to register. COUNTY SERVICES www.dentoncounty.com Denton County Voter Registration / Elections 701 Kimberly Drive, Denton, TX 76208 . . . . . . . . . . 940-349-3200 www.votedenton.com Denton County Appraisal Office 3911 Morse St, Denton, TX 76208 . . . . . . . . . . . . . 940-349-3800 Denton County Tax Collection 1505 East McKinney Street, Denton, TX 76209 . . . . . 940-349-3500 Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) Main Office, 1505 E. McKinney Street, Denton, TX . . . 940-349-3510 Lewisville, 190 N. Valley Parkway, Suite 201 . . . . . . . 972-221-8081 Denton County Southwest Courthouse 6200 Canyon Falls, Ste., 600, Flower Mound, TX . . . . 972-434-8810 Vehicle Registration, Driver’s License, Property Records/Pay Taxes BARTONVILLE DIRECTORY
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DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION THE BARTONVILLE COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION (BCDC) is charged with the identification and attraction of businesses desirable to the residents of the Town of Bartonville. The BCDC stands ready to work with developers, property managers, brokers and businesses to locate desirable businesses in the Town. Support Services: The BCDC may be able to provide a variety of support services and / or incentives to attract or retain desirable businesses. Following are a few examples: • Introduction to key Town leaders to help facilitate your business issues • Property enhancement matching grants to make improvements to your business property • Grants to close the deal on a Bartonville business location
Current available commercial properties
We would welcome the opportunity to discuss supporting your business relocation to Bartonville. The BCDC will work with you to prepare a package to recommend to the Town Council for approval. To obtain the Funding Guidelines the Board at 817-693-5280.
The Town of Bartonville, Denton County, Texas is located: • 16 Miles North of DFW • 36 Miles Northeast of Fort Worth • 38 Miles Northwest of Dallas
Lantana Town Center
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Bartonville Town Center
BARTONVILLE TOWN CENTER
The Bartonville Town Center is an eclectic mix of office, retail, and restaurant space set in the idyllic countryside community of Bartonville, Texas. With a wide range of available services, the Bartonville Town Center offers big city amenities while maintaining its small town charm. It is located on FM 407 E facing the west side of the Lantana community. Retail amenities include restaurants, medical, health, beauty, wellness, and specialty services.
For information about Bartonville Town Center opportunities contact:
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Retail Leasing: Dan Avnery or Stewart Korte, NAI Robert Lynn Co. | 214-256-7100 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Office Leasing: Stephen Burke | 940-241-3030 | email@example.com
Executive Suites Leasing: Nan Gamel | 940-241-3030 | firstname.lastname@example.org
LANTANA TOWN CENTER
Lantana Town Center is the retail component of Republic Property Group’s award-winning Lantana master-planned community. • New 123,000 SF Kroger Marketplace serves as the anchor for this center alongside several pad sites and retail space. • Affluent demographics surround this development. • Annualized closings within the immediate trade area from Q1 2016 were 908. • Phase II across the street now leasing restaurant, office and retail space. For information about Lantana Town Center opportunities contact: Josh Friedlander | 281-477-4381 | email@example.com www.newquest.com/property/lantana-town-center/
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DEVELOPMENT BARTONVILLE DIRECTORY
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L I VE - S H OP - WORK - P LAY
Sales tax-generating goods purchased from businesses located within the Town of Bartonville help finance important community projects and programs that significantly impact the quality of life in town. For each dollar spent on sales of taxable goods at businesses within Bartonville: • Approximately $0.92 will go to the business– expenses & profit • About $0.06 is collected for use by the State of Texas • The remaining $0.02 is returned to the Town of Bartonville. Two pennies for every dollar spent may not sound like much, but that money really adds up. In 2016, revenues generated through sales tax totaled approximately $540,000. Remember, this is money that the Town would not otherwise have if people had chosen to spend their money at businesses outside of Bartonville. For each dollar spent, one penny goes into the Town’s General Fund, which is used to cover the operations of the municipal government. The other penny is divided into three areas: • A quarter penny goes into the Bartonville Community Development Corporation (CDC) 4B Fund, which promotes economic development programs and initiatives in the Town to support and increase local business. • A quarter of a penny goes to the Crime Control & Prevention District, which assists in budgeting programs that help with policing and safety efforts in the community. • One half quarter of a penny goes to the Street Maintenance Fund to help with the maintenance and repair of the Town’s streets. BARTONVILLE DIRECTORY
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COMFORT JUNCTION THERAPEUTIC MASSAGE
940-489-4300 2648 FM 407, Ste. #220 Bartonville Town Center johnnyinsurancegroup.com
214-287-5824 124 McMakin Road Bartonville, TX comfortjunctionmassage.com
ALWAYS BEST CARE
940-241-2273 2650 FM 407, Ste. #255 Bartonville Town Center abcsouthlake-denton.com
940-455-7500 3400 FM 407 Lantana Town Center Dominos.com
BARTONVILLE VETERINARY CENTER AND BOARDING FACILITY 940-241-2023 88 McMakin Road Bartonville, TX bartonvillevet.com
GOLDEN EARS TRAVEL, LLC 972-816-2425 2650 FM 407, Ste. #255-J Bartonville Town Center GoldenEarsTravel.com
GRAPES TO WINE
DR. DANIEL S. FORRER, DO 940-584-0088 2650 FM 407 E, Ste. #105 Bartonville Town Center
940-584-0089 2648 FM 407, Ste. #150 Bartonville Town Center grapestowine.net
GUIDANCE PREPARATORY ACADEMY 940-455-7123 64 McMakin Road GuidancePrep.org
2017 - 2018
ALLSTATE - JOHNNY KUNTZ INSURANCE GROUP
HAWK ANALYTICS, INC.
MARBLE SLAB CREAMERY
2652 FM 407, Ste. #215-E
3400 FM 407
3012 FM 407, Ste. #200
Lantana Town Center
Lantana Town Center
THE ALLIANCE CONSTRUCTION GROUP, LLC.
HOLLYWOOD FEED 940-584-0832 3400 FM 407 E, Ste. #300
Bartonville, TX 76226
2664 FM 407 East,
Bartonville Town Center martybsplace.com
940-241-1790 2652 FM 407, Ste. #245 Bartonville Town Center tacgllc.com
INTELLIVOICE 972-590-6592 2650 FM 407, Ste. #245
MURRAY MEDIA GROUP
THE TUTORING CENTER
940-455-2800 3600 FM 407 E, Ste. #140 Lantana Town Center tutoringcenter.com
JIM BRIDGES STATE FARM 940-241-2060 2648 FM 407, Ste. #105 jimbridgesinsurance.com
NEMKO USA, INC. 800-614-3458 2648 FM 407, Ste. #200 Bartonville Town Center nemko.com
940-455-2223 3600 FM 407, Ste. #100 Lantana Town Center tokyosamurai.net
940-294-8331 3400 FM 407 E.
2652 FM 407, Ste. #220 Bartonville Town Center
LANTANA NAILS & SPA 940-584-0200 3600 FM 407, Ste. #170
940-584-0255 2650 FM 407, Ste. #165 Bartonville Town Center
940-455-7200 74 McMakin Road, Ste. #100
TRINITY LIFE SOLUTIONS 940-489-3050 2652 FM 407, Ste. #215-C Bartonville Town Center trinitylifesolutions.com
940-455-2602 2625 FM 407 E, Ste.# 130 Bartonville Town Center tulipdrycleaning.com
2252 FM 407, Ste. #240
2650 FM 407, Ste. #110
Bartonville Town Center
2017 - 2018
817-430-4052 1941 E. Jeter Road Bartonville, TX townofbartonville.com
SMILES OF TEXAS
TOWN OF BARTONVILLE
SAVORY BISTRO Gourmet to Go
2017 - 2018
2017 - 2018
The Bartonville Annual Community Guide.