Amending Commercial Vehicles Definition & Restricting Parking on Unimproved Surfaces in Non-Residential Areas

On December 19, 2017, the Duncanville City Council adopted ordinances amending the definition of commercial vehicles (Ordinance No. 2331) and restricting parking on unimproved surfaces in non-residential areas (Ordinance No. 2332).

The City Code Officers will issue warnings for both ordinances until enforcement begins on April 1, 2018.

Click here for detailed ordinance information

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 trees must be free of lights and decorations and cannot be in any type of wrap, especially plastic. The mulch is provided free to residents. For more informa­tion, contact the Service Center at 972-780-4900.

City of Duncanville Wastewater System Smoke Testing

The City of Duncanville has contracted with BURGESS & NIPLE of Austin, Texas, to perform a Smoke Test Survey in portions of Duncanville’s wastewater system. This survey involves the opening and inspecting of manholes and sewer lines, which are primarily located in backyard easements, but may be located in streets. An important task of the survey will be the smoke testing of the sewer lines to locate breaks and defects in the sewer system.

If you need special assistance or would like more information, please contact the City of Duncanville at 972.780.4900 or BURGESS & NIPLE at 214.636.3158.

Click here for more information and to view testing locations and dates.

2017 Home Chemical Collection Day

The City of Dallas is sponsoring a Home Chemical Collection Day on Saturday, September 23, 2017, from 9 am to 3 pm. The event will take place at the Cliff Temple Baptist Church parking lot (125 Sunset Avenue, Dallas, TX 75208).

This event is inclusive to Duncanville residents. You will need to bring your driver’s license and water bill or other utility bill as proof of residency. Residents from cities not listed on the attached flyer must pay a minimum waste management fee of $95.

For more information, click here.

For more information on the sanitation services for the City of Dallas, click here.

Sweep It Out Saturday

Sweep It Out Saturday is scheduled for October 7, 2017, from 8 am to 1 pm down James Collins Boulevard. Bring your paper for shredding, old electronics to be recycled, donations for Goodwill, bulky trash and brush for the dumpsters or volunteer to help clean up litter.

This event is made possible through partnerships with Goodwill, Keep Duncanville Beautiful, DFW Reclaimers and Republic Services.

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Summit 8.0 MG Ground Storage Tank Improvements

Identified as a maintenance concern in 2014 by TCEQ during their annual tank inspection, Summit Tank was scheduled for renovation to repair, clean deposits, and repaint the interior and exterior of the tank to minimize future maintenance and improve the quality of water within the water distribution system.  The Summit Tank is co-owned by the cities of Duncanville (5/8ths) and Cedar Hill (3/8ths).

This project was completed in 2017 by A&M Construction and Utilities, Inc., at a total cost of $989,425.00.  The City of Duncanville’s share of this cost was $618,390.62.