What to do if I see a snake in the park or on the trail?

Snakes are in their natural habitat outdoors, if you encounter a snake, be cautious and give it some space.  Don't try to move or kill the snake, as most bites occur this way.  Allow it to pass or walk as far around as possible to avoid it.  Don't be afraid of snakes, but please be aware!

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1. What are the park hours?
2. When is open gym basketball at recreation centers?
3. How do I host a special event in the City or at a park?
4. Can we have a band, DJ and speakers in the park?
5. Who do I contact with a park maintenance concern?
6. Where do I report high weeds or trash in ditches, parks, medians, golf courses, parkways, and public facilities?
7. The sprinklers are going in a median or park during the day, who do I report it to?
8. Why are the restrooms/water fountains closed from November through April?
9. Do I need a permit for a bounce house?
10. What to do if I see a snake in the park or on the trail?
11. Can we sell items in the park?
12. Is there a public boat ramp at Lake Ray Hubbard?
13. How do I transfer a Boat/Jet Ski title?
14. Do I have to have a license to fish in park ponds?
15. Can I fly model airplanes or shoot archery in the park?