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LIFTED Precautionary Boil Water Notice

Published December 30th, 2022

As of 2pm 1/4/2023 the Precautionary Boil Water Notice is lifted!

Unfortunately, we are continuing our Precautionary Boil Water Notice.

We had another main break last night. This break was due to weather and age. We are sending samples to be tested and hope to have it cleared sometime next week. Please continue to boil your water until further notice. We appreciate your patience and support during this time!

City Wide Streetlight Audit

Published February 10th, 2022

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 10, 2021
Katie Harbin
City of Senatobia

Senatobia Citywide Streetlight Audit

Senatobia, MS -- The City of Senatobia will initiate a citywide streetlight audit on Monday, February, 14th in preparation for a systemwide conversion to new energy-efficient LED streetlights. LED streetlights will reduce energy and maintenance costs while providing better lighting for the community.

"We are excited for the opportunity to audit the efficiency of our street lighting. We look forward to finding ways to improve the lighting at a more economic cost."

Greg Graves, Mayor

Evari GIS Consulting will be recording field data of every streetlight in the city working Monday through Friday between February 14th through March 11th between the hours of 7a.m. and 5 p.m. Evari's auditors will be wearing safety vests during field data collection and their vehicles will be clearly marked. As with all utility workers in Senatobia, drivers are advised to please maintain a safe distance from pedestrians and parked vehicles while driving.

For more information feel free to contact the City of Senatobia at (662)562-4474


Published January 14th, 2022

Dear Back Acres Resident,

The City of Senatobia has scheduled to convert your drinking water from a New Image well to the City's water on Tuesday, January 18th. We anticipate that you will experience periods with low or no water pressure as we convert to city water. We also expect to need to discharge large amounts of sediment in the existing lines. We ask for your patience Tuesday as we do not know what challenges we will encounter. Once we are connected, you probably will want to open your faucets to help discharge built up sediment in the lines.

We look forward to providing Back Acres with quality water.

Thank you,

Greg Graves, Mayor

City of Senatobia

Part-Time Parks & Recreation

Published January 13th, 2022

The City Of Senatobia Parks & Recreation Department is now accepting applications for part-time employment. Applicants must be at least 16 years of age to apply. If the applicant is a student, it is recommended that a letter of recommendation from a teacher, coach, etc., be submitted with the application.

You can obtain an application at City Hall located at 133 North Front Street.

Gas Prices

Published December 1st, 2021

The City of Senatobia's natural gas supplier has notified us of the rising prices for natural gas. Gas customers are likely to see a higher than normal bill this season. We would like to offer the following helpful tips to keep your bill as low as possible!

  • Set your thermostat at 68, or lower - Every degree below 68 can save up 4% on heating bills
  • Lower your thermostat when leaving your home for four or more hours
  • Set the water heater to 125 degrees
  • Use cold water for the washing machine when possible
  • Keep garage doors closed
  • Install a smart thermostat
  • Weatherize your home
  • Make sure central heating air filters are replaced every 30 days
  • Caulk cracks around windows and doors
  • Place a rolled-up towel inside against the bottom of exterior doors and window sills to block drafts

Sid Hemphill Blues Trail Marker

Published November 28th, 2017