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US 67 and Service Road Closure – 12/8/2017

UPDATE: TxDOT is in the process of opening US 67; however, the right southbound lane from Cockrell Hill to Danieldale will remain closed. Updates will be made when that lane re-opens. Texas Department of Transportation is closing US 67 northbound from Danieldale and southbound from Cockrell Hill. The closure will begin at 9 am and […]

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Christmas Tree Drop Off & Recycling Program

The City of Duncanville will pro­vide Christmas tree recycling beginning January 2nd through January 31st at the Service Center located at 330 Shady Trail. Residents may drop off their trees in the grassy area by the existing mulch pile on Shady Trail near Main Street (there will be signage to direct you to the area). Christmas […]

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Weekly Updates

City of Duncanville Weekly Update: December 8, 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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State of the City Address FY 2016

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Congratulations! To read the full story, visit: www.duncanville.com/duncanville-police-department-announces-promotions/We want to congratulate the follow Duncanville Police Officers on their promotions today. Lt. Mark LiVigni was appointed as the new Assistant Chief of Police, following the retirement of Assistant Chief Brian Heard on December 27th. Officer Ronald McCarty was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, Officer Joseph Emmett was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, and Sergeant Matt Stogner was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Congratulations to all those who promoted and also Congratulations to Assistant Chief Brian Heard on his upcoming retirement. ... See MoreSee Less

Congratulations! To read the full story, visit: http://www.duncanville.com/duncanville-police-department-announces-promotions/

TxDOT is in the process of opening US 67; however, the right southbound lane from Cockrell Hill to Danieldale will remain closed. Updates will be made when that lane re-opens. ... See MoreSee Less

Texas Department of Transportation is closing US 67 northbound from Danieldale and southbound from Cockrell Hill due to power outages. Service roads will be shut down, too. The closure will begin at 9 am and last approximately until noon. As soon as the City receives updates from TxDOT, they will be posted. ... See MoreSee Less

We want to congratulate the follow Duncanville Police Officers on their promotions today. Lt. Mark LiVigni was appointed as the new Assistant Chief of Police, following the retirement of Assistant Chief Brian Heard on December 27th. Officer Ronald McCarty was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, Officer Joseph Emmett was promoted to the rank of Sergeant, and Sergeant Matt Stogner was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant. Congratulations to all those who promoted and also Congratulations to Assistant Chief Brian Heard on his upcoming retirement. ... See MoreSee Less

Come visit Santa & the Grinch tomorrow!Reminder.... Santa & the Grinch will be taking photos inside Ben Franklin Apothecary immediately following the parade on Friday.

Duncanville TV will also be setting up the movie, "How the Grinch Stole Christmas" in our deli! See y'all Friday
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Come visit Santa & the Grinch tomorrow!

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Lori Sanchez, are y’all going?

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The City looks forward to seeing you at the Duncan Whoville Christmas Parade this Friday, December 1! ... See MoreSee Less

The City looks forward to seeing you at the Duncan Whoville Christmas Parade this Friday, December 1!

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Kim Roberts

Sounds neat!

Yolanda Sanders Morrison Sylvia Mercado

Got it thanks.

Annette Grandberry Vails Karen Davis Frances Grandberry

Jamela Prater

Tiffanie Engle

Sounds good!

Jennifer Jimenez

Parade route please?

Karina Rosales

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2 weeks ago

City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government

A prescribed burn at Cedar Hill State Park is taking place Tuesday, November 28 and Wednesday, November 29.

Prescribed burns on state parks are conducted by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department personnel who have undergone training and met national wildland firefighting certification standards. The park’s prescribed fire plan defines the conditions under which a prescribed burn may be conducted, taking into account wind speeds and direction, air temperature, relative humidity, and fuel moisture levels. The plan also guides the fire crew members in managing burns to prevent them from escaping into adjacent properties and to minimize the effect of smoke in nearby residential areas.

For more information regarding the planned burn, please contact the park at 972-291-6505 or by e-mail joshua.choate@tpwd.texas.gov.
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A prescribed burn at Cedar Hill State Park is taking place Tuesday, November 28 and Wednesday, November 29. 

Prescribed burns on state parks are conducted by Texas Parks and Wildlife Department personnel who have undergone training and met national wildland firefighting certification standards. The park’s prescribed fire plan defines the conditions under which a prescribed burn may be conducted, taking into account wind speeds and direction, air temperature, relative humidity, and fuel moisture levels. The plan also guides the fire crew members in managing burns to prevent them from escaping into adjacent properties and to minimize the effect of smoke in nearby residential areas. 

For more information regarding the planned burn, please contact the park at 972-291-6505 or by e-mail joshua.choate@tpwd.texas.gov.

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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Trash didn’t come today in the Brandenburg area.

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