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DART Silver Line Construction Begins

[embedded content] Construction is underway on the Silver Line Regional Rail Project, formerly known as the Cottonbelt Regional Rail Corridor just north of the University...

Week In Review, Nov. 15, 2019

Nov. 15, 2019 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

Tornado Victims Eligible for Low-Interest Loans

The US Small Business Association announced Thursday that it is offering low-interest federal disaster loans to residents, businesses and nonprofits affected by the Oct....

Scheduled Maintenance

Scheduled MaintenancePost Date:11/15/2019 8:50 AMInformation Technology will be performing maintenance and upgrades on Saturday, November 16, 2019. This project will begin at 6:00 a.m....

Free Blue Recycling Bags Nov. 15

[embedded content] One free roll of blue recycling bags will be available to Richardson residents (with proof of residency) Friday Nov. 15 from 6 a.m....

Wood Chipper Hard at Work

[embedded content] Our video team went out today to gather footage of a wood chipper hard at work turning debris into mulch after the Oct....

Support Efforts for 2020 Census

[embedded content] Today, members of Richardson’s Complete County Committee gathered to kick off its support efforts for the 2020 Census. The group is made up of...

Veterans Day Ceremony at Senior Center

[embedded content] Veterans who represent all branches of the military and are part of the American Legion Harding-Blaine Post 321 visited the Richardson Senior Center...

Storm Debris Removal Update

Debris removal continues this week for tornado and other storm impacted areas. Crews started at 7 a.m. this morning (Nov. 11, 2019) and will...

11-08-19 Week In Review Video Version

[embedded content] In this edition of the Week In Review, we see how the cleanup effort is going after the devastating tornado that hit the...

Week In Review, Nov. 8, 2019

Nov. 8, 2019 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

AIR Time Nov. 12 at Alamo Drafthouse

[embedded content] Richardson residents are invited to the next installment of AIR Time which takes place Tuesday November 12 at the Alamo Drafthouse starting at...

Volunteers, Outerwear needed at Network

[embedded content] The Network of Community Ministries has helped more than 320 residents displaced the Oct. 20 tornado that hit part of the Richardson community. Sixty...

Help with Damaged Trees

[embedded content] Disaster response efforts are making progress after an EF3 tornado hit part of the community Oct. 20th.Several residents experienced downed or damage trees...

Update On Debris Hauling

City contractors have been hauling debris from the tornado impacted neighborhoods for nearly two weeks now and today (Wed., Nov. 6, 2019) they should...

New Tax Notices To Be Mailed To Impacted Properties

The Dallas County Commissioners Court authorized the Dallas County Appraisal District (DCAD) to reappraise properties damaged by the Oct. 20 tornado that impacted Richardson and North...

Richland College Offering Tuition-Free Continuing Education Classes on Storm Recovery

Richland College is offering tuition-free continuing education classes on storm recovery in response to the Oct. 20 tornadoes and resulting damage that have impacted...

Cleanup Continues

[embedded content] Cleanup continues in the area where an EF3 tornado touched down Oct. 20. Residents are asked to separate the different types of debris...

Week In Review, Nov. 1, 2019

Nov. 1, 2019 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

Tornado Path And Damage Assessment Numbers

Earlier this week City staff briefed the City Council Monday on Richardson’s extensive disaster response efforts associated with the EF-3 tornado that hit the...

Debris Removal Progressing

The City’s debris hauling contractor continues to work in heavily impacted neighborhoods to collect material left behind by the Oct. 20 tornado (see map...
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