Duncanville Fieldhouse Partners with RISE Clothing

The City of Duncanville is proud to announce a partnership between the Duncanville Fieldhouse and RISE Clothing. RISE Clothing is expanding its athleisure wear brand with a storefront location in the Fieldhouse, as well as the ability to order online through the Fieldhouse’s website.

Through this partnership, the Fieldhouse has designated an area in the General Store as a RISE Merchandise Store area. RISE is responsible for the cost of stocking merchandise, displays and equipment. In addition, RISE is paying the Fieldhouse a sponsorship, a monthly rental fee and a percentage of all sales net tax.

Fieldhouse General Manager Craig Brasfield said partnering with RISE Clothing is a great opportunity for the City and the Fieldhouse.

“We have had the vision of incorporating a merchandise store at the Fieldhouse for quite some time,” Brasfield said. “We are excited to have RISE as a partner and for the future opportunities of evolving with RISE.”

Identical twin brothers, Terrence and Tim Maiden, acquired RISE Clothing in 2015 with the heartbeat of RISE being driven by a passion to deliver a fashionable product that is well-crafted, comfortable and inspires others to ‘RISE higher’. The Maiden brothers are native of southern Dallas and attended Carter High School and TCU.

“The Fieldhouse has been a great alignment for us,” Terrance said. “This is an opportunity to engage the youth who live in the southern Dallas region. The City has been very gracious with us, and we are excited to see what the future holds.”

RISE is currently working on Fieldhouse branded apparel for staff and employees and is looking to co-brand apparel specific to the Fieldhouse, stated Tim.

For more information about RISE Clothing, visit www.riseclothing.com.

To order online, visit www.duncanvillefieldhouse.com, or visit the storefront during seasonal published hours, which can be found online.

City of Duncanville Weekly Update: October 27, 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 public better informed, the City is pleased to make those updates available to the citizens.

Weekly Update for Week Ending: Friday, October 27, 2017

 

Introducing Notary Services

Beginning on November 1, 2017 the Library will begin offering notary services. These services are low cost (only $1) and are open to all. You do not have to be a resident of Duncanville or a member of the Library in order to use the notary service.

F.A.Q.

  • Patrons must present their photo ID (issued by a governmental agency or a passport issued by the United States)
  • Documents presented must include the Notarial Certificate. Duncanville Library Staff will not print out or offer advice concerning Notarial Certificates
  • Patron must bring along a witness if needed. Library staff or other patrons cannot be solicited for transactions.
  • Documents to be notarized must be in English
  • Notaries may not notarize public record documents or photocopies of public record documents
  • Bring the document in its entirety with you to your appointment
  • There is a $1 fee per signature
  • Cash or check only payable at time of service
  • No Refunds
  • Notary may not complete an I-9 form.
  • Services are limited to Acknowledgments only.

Notary service begins Nov. 1, 2017

City of Duncanville Weekly Update: October 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 public better informed, the City is pleased to make those updates available to the citizens.

Weekly Update for Week Ending: Friday, October 20, 2017

 

Mosquito Spraying Scheduled For October 12 and 13

The City of Duncanville, at the recommendation and in cooperation with the Dallas County Health and Human Services (DCHHS), will be conducting ground spraying against mosquitos on Thursday, October 12, and Friday, October 13, between the hours of 9 pm and 5 am, weather permitting. If the weather prohibits spraying on Thursday night, spraying will be done on Friday and Saturday nights. Spraying will be performed in the Highgate area.

Residents living near this area are encouraged to remain indoors and bring their pets inside during spraying.

City Staff will continue to monitor areas where mosquito breeding is most likely to occur. To prevent the spread of mosquitoes, residents should remove all areas of standing water report all pools that are not well maintained and abandoned homes where mosquitoes are likely to breed to the Health and Code Enforcement Department. Everyone should continue to protect themselves against the West Nile Virus by using insect repellent containing DEET. Citizens are also encouraged to remain indoors during dawn and dusk when mosquitoes are most active.

For more information on the scheduled ground mosquito spraying in Duncanville, contact Health Inspector Mike Plemons at 972-740-1163.

To view the map of the area to be treated, click here.

City of Duncanville Weekly Update: September 28, 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 public better informed, the City is pleased to make those updates available to the citizens.

Weekly Update for Week Ending: Thursday, September 28, 2017