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Preparations Begin for 2022 City Officers Elections

Election Day is May 7, 2022 The 2022 City Officers election will be held Saturday, May 7th.  Duncanville voters will go to the polls to elect the Mayor, and Councilmembers to represent Districts 2 and 4 for the upcoming two-year term. The first official day to file an application for a place on the ballot […]

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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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City of Duncanville
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 Most Recent Meetings

Duncanville City Hall and Municipal Service Center Closed, Reopening Tuesday, January 18, 2022. Duncanville, Texas (January 12, 2022) – The City of Duncanville announced Wednesday, January 12, 2022, that City Hall and the Municipal Service Center will be closing to the public, with limited staff on hand, until Tuesday, January 18, 2022.Due to a rising number of COVID-19 exposures, City management has made the decision to follow the current CDC guidelines in the interest of protecting the health of the residents who visit City Hall or the Municipal Service Center and City staff.For those needing assistance during this time, the City of Duncanville recommends the following:-Call 9-1-1 in an emergency, and 972-223-6111 option four (4) for non-emergencies-For issues related to water and sewer service, please call 972-780-4900Report an issue through the ‘Report A Concern’ button at the bottom of the City website-Pay utility bills and court citations online at www.duncanville.com/pay-bill-online or by utilizing the drop box in the parking lot of City Hall.-Access building, inspection, and health department permits, applications, and forms online and email the completed PDF form to permits@duncanville.com or call 972-780-5015.bit.ly/3zQWQ8t ... See MoreSee Less
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The City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government Utility Billing office hours have been changed. Residents can now visit the office in-person Monday through Friday from 8:00 AM to 12:00 PM or 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Utility Billing will be closed weekdays from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM for lunch. For more information please call (972) 780-5010. ... See MoreSee Less
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Apologies for the errors in the last email. This email has the corrected information for both this evening's Planning & Zoning meeting and the Library's updated hours. conta.cc/3r2J8LD ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy New Year, Duncanville! After a brief holiday break, the Champion Weekly Update returns with election updates, a temporary change to the Library's operating schedule, the City Manager's Weekly Update to Council, and more! Check it all out here: conta.cc/3qcz830 ... See MoreSee Less
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Timeline photosOur hours have changed: We're currently open 12 - 6 Monday - Friday. ... See MoreSee Less
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Happy 2022, Duncanville! This week marks the first Weekly Update of the New Year. Stay up-to-date on City activities and projects!The City Manager provides a weekly update to the Duncanville Mayor and City Council of departmental activities and other significant items of interest.In the interest of keeping the public better informed, the City is pleased to make those updates available to the citizens.bit.ly/3f5Xm95 ... See MoreSee Less
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As of 12:00 pm January 06, 2022, Dallas County Health and Human Services is reporting 6,310 additional positive cases of 2019 novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Dallas County, 4,951 confirmed cases, and 1,063 probable cases. There is a cumulative total of 377,203 confirmed cases (PCR test). There is a cumulative total of 71,482 probable cases (antigen test). A total of 5,587 Dallas County residents have lost their lives due to COVID-19 illness.www.duncanville.com/6310-new-covid-19-cases/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Wishing you a safe New Year’s. ... See MoreSee Less
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NWS Fort Worth: Strong to Severe Storms Tonight & Below Freezing Temps this Weekend. Bottom LineA warm front will bring a chance for showers and thunderstorms late Friday through early New Year’s Day. An isolated severe threat will exist north of I-20 tonight. A strong cold front will then arrive Saturday afternoon and evening, bringing breezy north winds and well below freezing temperatures this weekend.Severe Threat Tonight:• Showers and isolated thunderstorms could develop over western North Texas as early as Friday evening in the vicinity of the warm front. Coverage of showers and storms will become more widespread across much of North Texas after midnight.• An isolated severe weather threat will exist generally north of I-20; Gusty winds and large hail up to about half dollar/1.25” are the primary hazards. The tornado potential is low but non-zero with this event.• An eastward-moving dryline will bring an end to precipitation from west to east Saturday morning.Cold Front/Freezing Temperatures:• A strong cold front will arrive Saturday afternoon and clear through the entire forecast area by the evening. No precipitation is expected along the front.• Post frontal winds around 15 to 25 mph and occasional gusts up to 35 to 40 mph are expected.• Well below freezing temperatures are forecast Saturday and Sunday nights. Low temperatures will be in the mid-teens to mid-twenties, with single-digit wind chills expected near and north of I-20 Sunday morning.o No major impacts to most indoor plumbing are not expected; however, exposed outdoor pipes should be properly protected.o Single digit wind chills will pose a threat to those outdoors for extended periods of time.o Remember to protect the 4 P’s: People, Pets, Pipes, and Plants.• There’s a small chance some snow flurries could fall Saturday evening/night mostly along the Red River. No accumulation or impacts are expected if this were to occur. ... See MoreSee Less
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Bottom LineA warm front will bring a chance for showers and isolated thunderstorms late Friday night through early New Years Day. An isolated severe weather threat will exist north of I-20. A strong cold front will arrive Saturday afternoon and evening, bringing breezy winds and much colder temperatures to North and Central Texas. Overview• A warm front will lift into North Texas Friday, settling near the Red River overnight.• Showers and a few isolated thunderstorms will develop across North Texas as early• as Friday evening in the vicinity of the warm front, becoming more widespread overnight.• An isolated severe weather threat will exist north of I-20; however, limited instability should reduce the likelihood of severe storms. Gusty winds and hail would be the primary hazards. • An eastward-moving dryline will bring an end to precipitation from west to east Saturday morning. • Breezy winds are expected with the arrival of a strong cold front Saturday afternoon and overnight.• Sustained winds near 15 to 25 mph with gusts up to 25 to 35 mph will be possible behind the front.• The cold front will bring freezing temperatures to North and Central Texas Sunday morning. Low temperatures will be in the mid teens to mid twenties, with single-digit wind chills expected near and north of I-20.• Impacts to indoor plumbing are not expected; however, exposed outdoor pipes should be properly protected.Reminder: Our criteria for hard freeze and wind chills are as follows:o Hard Freeze Warning: Temperatures < 10º Fo Impact-based value that usually correlates with frozen pipes and water damage.o Wind Chill Warning: Wind Chill Temperatures < -18º Fo Wind Chill Advisory: Wind Chill Temperatures ≤ 0ºF ... See MoreSee Less
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