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Duncanville Police Department Looking for Suspect in Armed Robbery

Duncanville, November 16, 2017 – In the early morning hours of approximately 2 a.m. on November 16, the 7-Eleven located at 447 East Highway 67 was robbed. The male suspect entered the store with a gun and ordered the clerk to give him money from the cash register. After robbing the clerk and store, the […]

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Amended Vacant Building Ordinance – Vacant Building Ordinance No. 2324

On November 7, 2017, the Duncanville City Council adopted an amended vacant building ordinance; Vacant Building Ordinance No. 2324. This ordinance regulates commercial and industrial vacant structure properties, which includes church properties located in non-residential zoning districts and shopping centers that are over 50 percent vacant. The ordinance establishes new features not included in the […]

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City of Duncanville Weekly Update: November 20, 2017

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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On November 7, 2017, the Duncanville City Council adopted an amended vacant building ordinance - Vacant Building Ordinance No. 2324.

To read more about this ordinance, click on the attached photo. Enforcement is set to begin January 1, 2018.
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On November 7, 2017, the Duncanville City Council adopted an amended vacant building ordinance - Vacant Building Ordinance No. 2324. 

To read more about this ordinance, click on the attached photo. Enforcement is set to begin January 1, 2018.

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Hello! Thank you for posting this. Can you also include the link? The letter was hard to read.

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City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving. Normal business will resume on Monday, November 27.

There will be no trash or recycling services on Thanksgiving Day, and services will resume on your next scheduled day.
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City Hall will be closed on Thursday, November 23 and Friday, November 24 for Thanksgiving. Normal business will resume on Monday, November 27.

There will be no trash or recycling services on Thanksgiving Day, and services will resume on your next scheduled day.

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Join the Recreation Center for Thanksgiving Camp next week!

Duncanville Police Department Looking for Suspect in Armed Robbery

Duncanville, November 16, 2017 – In the early morning hours of approximately 2 a.m. on November 16, the 7-Eleven located at 447 East Highway 67 was robbed. The male suspect entered the store with a gun and ordered the clerk to give him money from the cash register.

After robbing the clerk and store, the suspect fled through the rear door in a gold Honda. Duncanville officers arrived as the vehicle was leaving and attempted to stop the car. After a short pursuit, the suspect wrecked his car into a residence near Camp Wisdom and Hampton Road and fled on foot and was not located.

Suspect description:
• Black male
• Approximately early 40’s, 5’9” and 180 pounds
• Wearing a black ski mask and black jacket

At this time, video surveillance and 911 audio are not available.

If you have any information about the incident, contact Duncanville’s Detective Pollock at 972.780.3831.
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Join us today in recognizing America Recycles Day.

Items accepted for recycling: aluminum can; tin or steel food and beverage cans; plastics #1 thru #7; class jars and bottles – any color; and paper products – newspaper, magazines, catalogs, computer paper, cereal boxes, flattened cardboard, office paper, envelopes, junk mail, paper back books, brochures, pamphlets, and paper sacks.

Items that cannot be accepted for recycling: aerosol spray cans; pizza boxes; plastic bags (grocery bags can usually be taken back to the grocery store); plastics that contained household hazardous waste (oil, antifreeze, paint, etc.); Styrofoam; and wax-coated containers.

This month recycle gently used toys at the junior high schools and gently used coats at the Recreation Center.

For more information, call 972-780-4946.
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Join us today in recognizing America Recycles Day. 

Items accepted for recycling: aluminum can; tin or steel food and beverage cans; plastics #1 thru #7; class jars and bottles – any color; and paper products – newspaper, magazines, catalogs, computer paper, cereal boxes, flattened cardboard, office paper, envelopes, junk mail, paper back books, brochures, pamphlets, and paper sacks.

Items that cannot be accepted for recycling: aerosol spray cans; pizza boxes; plastic bags (grocery bags can usually be taken back to the grocery store); plastics that contained household hazardous waste (oil, antifreeze, paint, etc.); Styrofoam; and wax-coated containers.

This month recycle gently used toys at the junior high schools and gently used coats at the Recreation Center. 

For more information, call 972-780-4946.

Keep Duncanville Beautiful Board members enjoying their Annual Retreat and Planning Session! To learn more about KDB, visit www.duncanville.com. ... See MoreSee Less

Keep Duncanville Beautiful Board members enjoying their Annual Retreat and Planning Session! To learn more about KDB, visit www.duncanville.com.

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Thanks, Timothy and Cody!

It was a productive day and I had a fantastic time! Thanks for all the hard work done by all. 🙂

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Join the City for Arbor Day: Friday, Nov. 3 at 9:30 am at Armstrong Park near the PD. FREE Tree Saplings! ... See MoreSee Less

Join the City for Arbor Day: Friday, Nov. 3 at 9:30 am at Armstrong Park near the PD. FREE Tree Saplings!

City employees looked great in their costumes for Halloween! Have a fun, frightful, safe day! ... See MoreSee Less

City employees looked great in their costumes for Halloween! Have a fun, frightful, safe day!

Diamond Wishes Children's Charity, Skyeward Bound Ranch Charity and Jackpot Bingo will be donating the first 500 toys at 10:30 am Monday, October 30, 2017, for the 2017 Duncanville Police Department Santa Cop holiday toy drive. Join us on Monday at the Police Department to welcome the holiday season! ... See MoreSee Less

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City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government

All activities tonight are FREE. There will NOT be a $10/child or $5/adult fee. See you tonight!Join us for the 2017 Boo Bash Fright Night this Friday at the Recreation Center and Library! Visit www.duncanville.com for more information. ... See MoreSee Less

All activities tonight are FREE. There will NOT be a $10/child or $5/adult fee. See you tonight!
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