Vacation

Employees accrue vacation each pay period based on years of service. Vacation may be used for paid time off work, subject to approval by the supervisor. For full-time employees, the accrual rates are:

  • Four (4) years of service or less - 6.667 hours per month
  • Start of the fifth (5th) year of service but fewer than 12 years of service - 10 hours per month
  • At the start of the twelfth (12th) year of service - 13.333 hours per month
  • At the start of the twentieth (20th) year of service - 16.667 hours per month

The accrual rates for shift Fire Department personnel are:

  • Four (4) years of service or less - 10 hours per month
  • Start of the fifth (5th) year of service but fewer than 12 years of service - 15 hours per month
  • At the start of the twelfth (12th) year of service - 20 hours per month
  • At the start of the twentieth (20th) year of service - 25 hours per month

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1. Medical, Dental, and Vision Insurance
2. Life and Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
3. Short- and Long-Term Disability Insurance
4. Texas Municipal Retirement System (TMRS)
5. Deferred Compensation - 457 and Roth IRA
6. Flexible Work Schedules
7. Holidays
8. Vacation
9. Personal Leave
10. Sick Leave
11. Wellness Program
12. Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
13. Longevity
14. Tuition Reimbursement
15. Training Schools