Monthly Archive for: ‘6 months ago’

Long-term closures planned for East Dallas neighborhoods

Long-term closures planned for East Dallas neighborhoods

The Mill Creek/Peaks Branch/State-Thomas Drainage Relief Tunnel Project, started in March 2018, is making progress. The drainage relief tunnel is …

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Two economic development projects  slated for southern Dallas

Two economic development projects slated for southern Dallas

The Office of Economic Development announces two major development projects in southern Dallas. The first, a new Business Process Outsourcing …

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Dallas remains the most populous city in the nation with 100% green power for its operations

Dallas remains the most populous city in the nation with 100% green power for its operations

The City of Dallas will continue to provide green energy for at least a decade longer. A new contract was …

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Historic Ambassador Hotel lost to fire

Historic Ambassador Hotel lost to fire

A 4-alarm fire burned down the historic Ambassador Hotel overnight, destroying a vestige of Dallas’ past. A staple of Dallas’ …

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Parks, trails may be inaccessible Memorial Day weekend

Parks, trails may be inaccessible Memorial Day weekend

The public is asked to use caution this Memorial Day weekend as they utilize parks and trails throughout the city. …

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Multiple Dallas museums offer free admission to military personnel and their families

Multiple Dallas museums offer free admission to military personnel and their families

Beginning Memorial Day weekend, four Dallas museums will join museums nationwide to participate in the 10th summer of Blue Star …

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Dallas Public Library kicks off summer activities with authors, book sale

Dallas Public Library kicks off summer activities with authors, book sale

Dallas Public Library is kicking off summer with a celebration of authors, books and reading at the J. Erik Jonsson …

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Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization announces NOFA Opportunity

Housing & Neighborhood Revitalization announces NOFA Opportunity

Dallas’ Office of Housing and Neighborhood Revitalization is offering real estate developers and builders an opportunity to obtain gap financing …

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City facilities closed in observance of Memorial Day

City facilities closed in observance of Memorial Day

City offices will be closed for business on Monday, February 18 in observance of Presidents’ Day. However, certain departments are operating …

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Dallas Public Library goes fine-free for late returns

Dallas Public Library goes fine-free for late returns

Dallas Public Libraries have eliminate the long-standing practice of issuing a fine when an item is returned late. Fees for replacing lost …

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