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Deck the Plaza returns as drive-thru celebration

Deck the Plaza returns as drive-thru celebration

The official illumination of City Hall Plaza returns. The Dallas favorite holiday tradition, Deck the Plaza, will return for 2020 …

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Search underway for new police chief, community input needed

Search underway for new police chief, community input needed

The search for a new chief for the Dallas Police Department is underway. As part of the process, the firm …

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Pandemic friendly Halloween activities for your little ghouls, goblins

Pandemic friendly Halloween activities for your little ghouls, goblins

If you’re planning a night of spooks, skeletons and sweets, make sure you are protecting yourself and loved ones from …

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Dallas Animal Services exceeds 90% annual live release rate for the first time

Dallas Animal Services exceeds 90% annual live release rate for the first time

Dallas Animal Services (DAS) reached a major milestone by finishing Fiscal Year 2019 – 20 (September 2019 – October 2020) …

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Dallas selects 16 nonprofits to receive funding from the Emma Lazarus Resilience Fund

Dallas selects 16 nonprofits to receive funding from the Emma Lazarus Resilience Fund

The City of Dallas Office of Welcoming Communities and Immigrant Affairs (WCIA) has partnered with the Open Society Foundations (OSF) …

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Meet Paul the Planning Alpaca, Planning and Urban Design’s new mascot

Meet Paul the Planning Alpaca, Planning and Urban Design’s new mascot

How do you teach kids and teenagers about Urban Planning and why it matters for their neighborhoods and cities? The …

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Office of Community Police Oversight to participate in virtual town halls

Office of Community Police Oversight to participate in virtual town halls

The Office of Police Oversight has partnered with the Metropolitan Dallas Alumnae Chapter of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to …

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Office of Equity continues to explore redlining in virtual exhibit tour three

Office of Equity continues to explore redlining in virtual exhibit tour three

The City of Dallas Office of Equity and Inclusion- Equity Division has been on a virtual four-part tour, exploring the …

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City of Dallas launches online marketplace to match artists, community groups, organizations to creative spaces

City of Dallas launches online marketplace to match artists, community groups, organizations to creative spaces

The City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture (OAC) has launched SpaceFinder Dallas, an online rental database that helps …

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2020 National Night Out goes virtual

2020 National Night Out goes virtual

In light of COVID-19, the City of Dallas is offering newer, safer ways to celebrate National Night Out 2020 virtually …

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