Moving To Fate

Welcome to Fate, Welcome Home!

Whether you're relocating for a job or seeking a lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of Dallas, it's easy to find yourself at home in Fate. We offer a friendly community with great schools, excellent city services, and all minutes away from the big town amenities. 

We hope the following resources help make your move as smooth as possible.

  1. Utilities
  2. Trash & Recycling
  3. Cable & Internet
  4. Tax Rates
  5. Schools & Universities
  6. Voters Registration
  7. Homeowner Associations (HOA)
  8. Animal Registration
  9. Security Alarm Registration
  10. Driver License
  11. Vehicle Registration, & License Plates
  12. Public Transportation
  13. Permits


The City receives its water from North Texas Municipal Water District. New residents can set up their account here.


Two electric providers service Fate. The Farmers Electric Cooperative, a member-owned co-op, and the Oncor Power grid. Residents living in the deregulated Oncor power grid have a choice when it comes to an electric provider. 

Fate residents living in the Oncor power grid may participate in the Texas Power Switch.

The Texas Power Switch is a group energy switching program that gives residents the opportunity to join together and get a lower rate on electricity by asking energy providers to bid on the group’s business. These auctions are run four times a year, but registration is on-going.   

There is no cost to the residents or the City for this service, nor does the City receive any compensation. This is a service exclusively designed to help residents save money.

If you miss the Texas Power Switch window and need to start service, visit the Texas Public Utility Commission’s Power to Choose website for unbiased information about available providers and electricity rates.

Natural Gas

Atmos Energy service Fate and is the nation’s largest fully-regulated, natural gas-only distributor of safe, clean, efficient, and affordable energy.