Moving to White Oak
White Oak offers a friendly, fun, and safe community with a nationally recognized school district for excellence. We offer two parks with amenities that include a splash pad and concession stand, remote control rock crawling park, pond, walking trail, a 9-hole disc golf course, and pavilions with park benches and grills.
It is our goal to make your transition to White Oak an easy and pleasant experience by offering the following resources. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to call White Oak City Hall at (903) 759-3936.
Thank you for choosing White Oak as your home!
The City of White Oak supplies its citizens with water, sewer, and sanitation service. There are a few areas of the City that sewer service is not available. In order to set up new service, there are multiple forms that must be filled out and returned accompanied with a $125 water meter deposit. When service is disconnected, the final bill will be deducted from the deposit with any amount remaining mailed to your new address; a bill with any amount owed will be mailed to your new address.
New customers may fill out these forms at City Hall, return the forms by fax (903) 297-3452 or by email to email@example.com. The water deposit may be paid for over the phone; although a small fee from GovPayNet will apply.
For all other utilities, please go to the Area Resources page for information.
Before a resident can move into a residence or commercial building, the issuance of a Certificate of Occupancy (aka Safety Permit) is required. There is a $30 fee for this permit. For more information, please visit the Building Permits & Inspections web page.
The City does not require pets to be registered and there is not a residential limit for dogs and cats; however, it is always courteous to remember your neighbors and any loud noises or odors could be cause for complaint. Please see the Animal Control page for more information.
Voter registration is handled through the Gregg County Elections Administrator. All county, state
, and federal election information is available at greggcountyvotes.com. This also includes where you are able to early vote and vote on Election Day. The two may not always be at the same location. You must be registered to vote 30 days prior to any election, including the City's General Election, which is held annually in May. See the Elections page for general city election information.
Sales tax and property tax information is available on the Finance web page. White Oak's sales tax rate is 8.25% and the current ad valorem property tax rate is $.60240/100 assessed valuation.