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Richardson Family Makes Masks With 3D Printers

 [embedded content]RICHARDSON – A Richardson family that is quarantined inside their home decided to start a project to bring them closer together while giving...

Week In Review, April 3, 2020

April 3, 2020Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

Darbey’s StoryWalk Still Accessible

[embedded content]RICHARDSON – Darbey’s StoryWalk located outside of the Richardson Public Library is one of several places around the City still accessible to the...

People with Phones Should Avoid Visiting Fire Stations

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – The men and women of the Richardson Fire Department are continuing to serve the community during the Coronavirus pandemic and while...

‘Network’ In Need Of Help

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – During the coronavirus pandemic when many people in North Texas are quarantined at home, volunteers at the Network of Community Ministries...

Group Makes Masks for MRMC

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – It started with a post on social media, Richardson neighbors looking for ways to get involved in the fight against COVID-19...

Public ArtWalk Remains Open

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – Public ArtWalk Richardson remains open and available for people to visit.  The ArtWalk runs along US 75 from the CityLine development...

DART to Close Indoor Waiting Areas

[embedded content]RICHARDSON – The Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) is temporarily closing the indoor waiting areas at all transit center locations starting at 5...

Week In Review, March 27, 2020

March 27, 2020Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

Increase in Animal Adoptions at Shelter

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – The Richardson Animal Shelter is experiencing a boost in dog and cat adoptions since limiting services as a result of COVID-19.The...

Donation of Masks to Fire, Police

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – The North Texas Collin County Taiwanese Chamber of Commerce donated several boxes filled with approximately 4,000 surgical masks for the Richardson...

Facility Closures to Continue Until Further Notice Following Council’s Extension of...

Facility modifications and closures that have been made in response to COVID-19 will continue until further notice following the City Council’s decision to extend...

Paying Utility Bills Online

[embedded content] RICHARDSON – The City of Richardson is offering people a different way to pay their water bill every month using electronic billing or...

Richardson Cancels Spring Cottonwood Art Festival And 28th Annual Wildflower! Arts...

The City of Richardson today announced that the spring celebration of its semiannual Cottonwood Art Festival, scheduled for May 2-3, 2020, and the 28th...

Richardson Provides Clarification on Definitions For “Essential Business”

Business operators are directed to use guidelines to self-assess operations to determine if they are essential.(LINK TO ADOPTED ORDER HTTPS://WWW.COR.NET/HOME/SHOWDOCUMENT?ID=28500)The City of Richardson has...

Richardson Provides Clarification on April 30 Adoption For “Shelter in Place”...

The City of Richardson has received several calls asking for clarification on why “shelter in place” orders were approved through April 30, 2020 in...

Restaurants Offer Curbside Service & Delivery

[embedded content] RICHARDSON - Increasing restrictions to slow the spread of COVID-19, combined with customer concerns on how to stay protected has led to an...

City Council Adopts Disaster Declaration Outlining COVID-19 Protections Through April 30

The Richardson City Council has approved a continuation of the Declaration of Disaster for a Local Health Emergency that was first signed by Mayor...

Online Public Comment Form Now Available for City Council, CPC Meetings

People wishing to address the City Council or City Plan Commission can now do so online, thanks to a new online public comment form...

Week In Review, March 20, 2020

March 20, 2020Here is the latest edition of Week In Review - a series of weekly messages from the Mayor and City Council to...

Barkway, Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground Closed

In response to continued efforts to help limit the spread of COVID-19, the Bush Central Barkway and Ann Eisemann Inclusive Playground will close effective...
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