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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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The Public Information Office is tasked with communicating the city’s message to the public and the media. The department is responsible for producing the annual State of the City Address presentation, maintaining Duncanville TV and televising City Council Meetings, producing the city’s newsletter, disseminating news releases and conducting interviews with the media, and providing oversight of the city’s website.

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Don't forget to submit your designs! The deadline is September 30. Visit www.duncanville.com for an application and guidelines!We need some artsy type people. Our current library cards are boring. Anybody want to help us out? Stop by the library to pick up a contest entry form. It's open to all ages. ... See MoreSee Less

Dont forget to submit your designs! The deadline is September 30. Visit www.duncanville.com for an application and guidelines!

Duncanville’s Chief of Police, Robert Brown, was a part of Dr. Phil’s Behind the Badge initiative that is working toward creating trust and unity. In an effort to unite a community, police, city leaders and residents of a Dallas community came together for a town hall meeting to discuss the issues most important to them.

Dr. Phil’s Behind the Badge initiative introduces viewers to extraordinary police officers and departments around the country who go above and beyond to make their communities better and safer.

To view the video, visit: www.drphil.com/videos/how-city-leaders-police-and-members-of-a-dallas-community-are-working-toget...
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Thank you, Duncanville American Legion Post 81, for your donation and support of the Duncanville Fire Department.

American Legion Post 81 Commander Don Bartlett presented the Duncanville Fire Department with $2,150 on Tuesday, August 29. Fire Inspector Pam McAllister, Assistant Fire Chief Greg Chase, and members from the department were in attendance to receive the check. The donation will send four children to Parkland Burn Camp, I-Thonka-Chi, and the rest of the donation will help offset costs of printing the Duncanville Fire Safety Calendar.

To read the full article, visit www.duncanville.com.
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Thank you, Duncanville American Legion Post 81, for your donation and support of the Duncanville Fire Department. 

American Legion Post 81 Commander Don Bartlett presented the Duncanville Fire Department with $2,150 on Tuesday, August 29. Fire Inspector Pam McAllister, Assistant Fire Chief Greg Chase, and members from the department were in attendance to receive the check. The donation will send four children to Parkland Burn Camp, I-Thonka-Chi, and the rest of the donation will help offset costs of printing the Duncanville Fire Safety Calendar. 

To read the full article, visit www.duncanville.com.

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Way to go American Legion Post 81! Michael J. Stewart ... you did an excellent job in promoting their calendar ... thanks for all you do!

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Join us Monday, September 11, 2017, at 6:30 pm at the D.L. Hopkins, Jr. Senior Center for a public meeting in regard to the Park Master Plan draft. To review the draft, visit: www.duncanville.com.

See you Monday!
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As students return to school, the Duncanville Police Department would like to remind motorists and pedestrians of safe transportation practices and to observe applicable laws near school zones. To help ensure children arrive to and from school safely and reduce residential traffic congestion, it is essential motorists and pedestrians alike adhere to the rules of the road.

Thank you for your cooperation and assistance, and we look forward to a great, safe school year!
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Thank you, Rachael Shedeed, for the video of the Duncanville Fire Department.

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Thank you Duncanville Fire Department for coming to Houston, and Walden on Lake Houston to rescue families from their home. Your efforts are very much appreciated!
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Thank you to the Duncanville Police and Fire Departments for assisting with disaster relief caused by Hurricane Harvey.

Police officers are assisting with providing security for Dallas shelters and are working diligently to provide assistance where needed. Additionally, the Police Department is accepting donated toiletries for those impacted by the hurricane.

The Fire Department deployed an engine crew consisting of four firefighters to assist with emergency services in Montgomery County. The Duncanville crew merged with emergency crews from the Wichita Falls Fire Department.

Thank you to all who continue to aid and support those impacted by the hurricane. #TexasStrong
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Thank you, Duncanville Fire Department.These four selfless servants were deployed last night to Montgomery County to assist. They left behind their families to go and assist those in need. Please continue to keep all impacted by the hurricane/storms and our first responders in your prayers!! #DFDPROUD ... See MoreSee Less

Thank you, Duncanville Fire Department.

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God Bless them on there journey to & from!

God Bless you and keep you safe guys! #LoveMyCity

Good bless you and stay safe!!

Stay safe and thanks!

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There will be NO trash or recycling services on Monday, September 4 for Labor Day. There are NO MAKE UP DAYS for these services. Trash service will resume on your next scheduled trash day, and your recycling service will resume on your next scheduled recycling day.

For more information, visit: www.duncanville.com.
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