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PREPARATIONS CONTINUE FOR 2018 CITY OFFICERS ELECTION

The 2018 City Election will be held on Saturday, May 5th. The slate of offices includes the Mayor and Councilmembers to represent Districts 2 and 4. All registered voters in the City of Duncanville will have the opportunity to vote for the Mayor position. Registered voters residing in Districts 2 and 4 will also have […]

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City of Duncanville Weekly Update: April 13, 2018

The City welcomes and encourages community members to stay up-to-date on City activities and projects, while increasing public awareness of the things the City does on a daily basis. The City Manager provides a weekly update to City Council of departmental activities and other significant items of interest, and that in the interest of also keeping the […]

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Texas Parks and Wildlife were in Duncanville, they were leaving some little fishies behind at Lakeside Park. This is part of their Neighborhood Fishin' Reel Fun Close to Home program. They will be dropping off approx. 420 Catfish every two weeks. Just remember the TPW fishing laws under the age of 17 do not need a fishing liscense, limit 2 poles and limit 5 fish per day. Duncanville Parks and Recreation Texas Parks and Wildlife ... See MoreSee Less

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Can you please instill LED street signs at every intersection?

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UPCOMING MEETINGS:
City Council, Tuesday, April 17
Briefing Session: 6 pm, Briefing Room
Regular Meeting: 7 pm, Council Chambers

Public Input Meeting, Monday, April 23
6:30 pm: D.L. Hopkins Senior Center
RE: Kidsville/Splashpad

Public Meeting, Tuesday, April 24
6 pm: D.L. Hopkins Senior Center
RE: TxDOT I-20 Service Road Sound Wall (hosted by TxDOT)
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UPCOMING MEETINGS:
City Council, Tuesday, April 17
Briefing Session: 6 pm, Briefing Room
Regular Meeting: 7 pm, Council Chambers

Public Input Meeting, Monday, April 23
6:30 pm: D.L. Hopkins Senior Center
RE: Kidsville/Splashpad

Public Meeting, Tuesday, April 24
6 pm: D.L. Hopkins Senior Center
RE: TxDOT I-20 Service Road Sound Wall (hosted by TxDOT)

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I'm IN FAVOR or this!!

"Replacement" of Kidsville meaning updating with a new Kidsville AND adding a splashpad? Or tearing it down for ONLY a splashpad? I'm for option 1 but not option 2!

There is tons of open land right there. Why tear down kidsville...which the commnity parents built might i add, just build the splash area where Armstrong pool was that y'all filled in for some crazy reason.

What a great project !

Shaunna, Vincent, Laurie, James

I would agree with updating/improving Kidsville (because this was a community project in which many citizens invested) AND adding a new splash-pad.

Update and add.

Update! Don’t destroy it!

I'd rather have public pool again, than a Splashpad. :/ When I grew up in Duncanville we had two public pools. Now all we have is the crappy Natatorium.

Update and Add. Thanks.

Bryan Gonzalez

Update the existing playground & add a splash pad. Or build a new outdoor pool like Armstrong. I spent many happy summers as a kid at Armstrong.

Build a community pool like Desoto has..duh..and charge Duncanville citizens a certain discounted price and charge others a nondiscounted price..update kidsville not destroy it..heck Duncanville is full of dam parks..a splashpad is only for small kids not all ages you want everyone to ENJOY

I agree with the others. Duncanville needs something for family and the splash pad is for little kids. Update Kidsville Park. Sound walls will help with the highway noise!

Fix it! Don't tear it all down! I grew up at that park and I take my kids there now.

FYI, here's the response I received from the city: "The discussion is to replace Kidsville with a new playground unit and possibly adding a splashpad. Kidsville is currently almost 30 years old and has some safety issues so this is why the City is holding a public input meeting. If you have more input, please e-mail Bart Stevenson at bstevenson@duncanville.com to make sure input is included. I will forward on your message. Thank you!"

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Congratulations, Officer Green!Congratulations to Officer Trevin Green, who had his swearing in ceremony today. Welcome to the Duncanville Police Department!

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Do not forget about Operation Clean Duncanville scheduled for April 7! ... See MoreSee Less

Do not forget about Operation Clean Duncanville scheduled for April 7!

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City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government

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Do not forget about Operation Clean Duncanville scheduled for April 7!

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A great effort that I took full advantage of. Made three trips and would have brought more if it weren't for some louse at the shredding truck saying "you're the reason we set a limit of three boxes".

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Do not miss this opportunity scheduled for this Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less

Do not miss this opportunity scheduled for this Saturday!

Operation Clean Duncanville is this Saturday! ... See MoreSee Less

Operation Clean Duncanville is this Saturday!

REMINDER:
A Town Hall Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, April 10, 2018, at 6:30 pm and will be held at the D.L. Hopkins Senior Center. This public meeting offers citizens the opportunity to share input about the Budget and Capital Projects (Bond).
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