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Duncanville City Council 1981-1984

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Citizen Input from March 2nd Town Hall Available

On March 2nd, 2017, the City hosted a Town Hall Meeting focused on the City’s budget process, where citizens in attendance had an opportunity to give their input on priorities for the FY 2018 budget. That input was collected and recorded by City staff, and compiled in a document available in PDF format (click here […]

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

The city will host a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event on Saturday, March 25, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. at the Duncanville High School softball parking lot (on the west side of North Greenstone Lane).  Please bring your driver’s license and utility bill.  No vouchers are required.  Please see the attached flyers for additional information, […]

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Recent City Council Meeting

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State of the City Address FY 2016

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*****ALERT**** The Tri-City area, Desoto, Cedar Hill, and Duncanville are having problems with 911 calls going through. It looks Iike it is affecting ATT cell phone users at this time. ATT is aware of the problem and is working diligently to get the problem fixed. This is in the entire DFW area.

If you are not able to get through on 911, please call 972 223-6111. That is the non-emergency phone number for the Tri-City area.
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Martha ThompsonJust received notice from the Fire Department in Saint Jo, Tx. Same problem.

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We will be testing April 8, 2017. Go to www.duncanville.com/police to complete an interest card and information will be sent to you. Good luck to those who will be taking the test!

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City Manager Kevin Hugman explains the budget process at the Town Hall Meeting going on now at the D.L. Hopkins Senior Center. Citizens will next participate in an interactive session to provide input for the FY2018 Budget.
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City Manager Kevin Hugman explains the budget process at the Town Hall Meeting going on now at the D.L. Hopkins Senior Center. Citizens will next participate in an interactive session to provide input for the FY2018 Budget.

City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government shared their photo.

Don't forget about tomorrow's Town Hall Meeting at 6PM. See details below!
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Join us for the next Town Hall Meeting on March 2, 2017, from 6PM-8Pm at the D.L. Hopkins Senior Center. Duncanville City Manager and Finance Director will explain the City's budget process. Attendees will have an opportunity to participate in an interactive activity to present their opinions on priorities for the FY 2018 budget. An important element of the City's communication plan has been the implementation of a series of town hall meetings geared to engage, inform, and educate citizens on topics of interest affecting our community. The Town Hall meetings focus on topics such as the City's water rates, smoking ordinance, and budget. There is also an open-topic session, which allows attendees an opportunity to address Council and Staff. It is the Council's desire to continue these meetings indefinitely, providing an additional forum for dialogue in the community.

Dont forget about tomorrows Town Hall Meeting at 6PM. See details below!

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2017 Easter Egg Hunt

April 8, 2017, 11:00am

Armstrong Park

The Easter Bunny is on the way, so grab a basket and HOP on over! This will be an exciting time for parents and children, with bounce houses for the kids and egg hunts for all ages. Rain or shine, let's fill our Easter baskets with candy and eggs! EGG HUNT TIMES: 11:45AM Ages 0-4yrs 12:45PM Ages 5-9yrs 1:45PM Ages 10 and up

2017 Easter Egg Hunt

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Angela A. TurnerAlatrae Pruitt...just in case you're in town 😊

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Ann Smith Bertrandhope the parents act better than last year. Lets wait for the Volunteers to tell the KIDS to get the eggs, ok! 🙂

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2017 Spring Break Camp

March 13, 2017, 7:30am

Duncanville Parks and Recreation

Can you believe it’s almost March already? And that means spring break! Doesn’t it seem to catch us all by surprise every year? And then it’s a mad scramble to figure out what to do with kids who are out of school for a week while you still have to go to work. Luckily, Duncanville Parks & Recreation offers great camp options for that week! Full Day Camp is for kids age 5 -14. It offers sports, crafts, games and they’ll even go on a field trip one day. Fee is $65 for residents & $75 for non-residents. This includes lunch and an afternoon snack. Offered at the Duncanville Recreation Center. For more information call 972-780-5088

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