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July 4 Holiday City Service Impacts

 RICHARDSON – The Independence Holiday is on Saturday, Jul. 4, and to observe the Fourth of July, several City facilities will be closed including...

Remarking work taking place at Coit/Campbell

The intersection of Coit and Campbell will be closed today, June 30, beginning at 9 a.m. so contractors can remark the lines. All traffic...

Solid Waste, Facility Schedule for the Fourth of July holiday

For the Fourth of July holiday, City services and facilities will operate according to the following holiday schedule: TRASH / RECYCLING / BRUSH AND BULKY...

Week In Review, June 26, 2020

June 26, 2020 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

RPL has additional Wi-Fi hotspots

RICHARDSON - The Richardson Public Library has additional Wi-Fi hotspots available for check out thanks to the Friends of the Richardson Library. The organization donated...

RCB to Host Audio Broadcast

RICHARDSON - The Richardson Community Band is celebrating the Fourth of July holiday with an audio broadcast of past performances, which will be available...

Richardson Pools Open July 1

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – Richardson’s public neighborhood pools are opening July 1 for the summer swim season.Canyon Creek, Cottonwood, Glenville and Terrace pools will open...

RSO Debuts Monthly Podcast

[embedded content] RICHARDSON - “Portraits in Music,” is the latest offering from the Richardson Symphony Orchestra (RSO), a new monthly podcast featuring behind-the-scenes conversations about...

Week In Review, June 19, 2020

June 19, 2020Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

State of “Network” June 18th

 [embedded content]RICHARDSON – Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, demand for critical services like food, clothing and rental assistance at the Network of...

Richardson Nationally Recognized

RICHARDSON - Richardson has been nationally recognized by LendEDU for having one of the highest proportions of residents that hold a bachelor’s degree, ranking...

RPL holds Library Card Contest

RICHARDSON – This summer, kids and teens ages 3-18 are invited to create the new Richardson Children’s Library Card. Participants can use colored pencils, crayons,...

RTC Presents Virtual Series

RICHARDSON - During the COVID19 pandemic, organizations like the Richardson Theatre Centre are turning to social media for help in entertaining the community. The...

Week In Review, June 12, 2020

June 12, 2020 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

Virtual Programs Offered at RPL

RICHARDSON - The Richardson Public Library is adding more virtual activities to its growing online community this summer as the COVID19 pandemic remains a...

MotherBoard at the Eisemann Center Jun. 8 – Aug. 2

[embedded content] RICHARDSON - The Charles W. Eisemann Center is now open to visitors Monday through Friday from Noon to 5 p.m. including the...

City Council Provides Statement on Equality and Municipal Standard of Service

In recognition of recent events, the Richardson City Council took up discussion on racial inequity and expectations of municipal employees during their regularly scheduled...

Neighborhood Pools Will Open July 1

The Parks and Recreation Department announced last night at the Richardson City Council meeting that Richardson’s four neighborhood pools (Canyon Creek, Glenville, Cottonwood, Terrace)...

Richardson Public Library Announces Additional Reopening Plans

The Richardson Public Library reopened its third floor yesterday and will begin allowing limited usage of public computers on the second floor on June...

Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground Reopens

The Richardson Parks and Recreation Department has reopened the Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground at Cottonwood Park. The facility was closed March 20 as part...

Week In Review, June 5, 2020

June 5, 2020 Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...
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