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CITY OF DUNCANVILLE MAY 6, 2017 GENERAL ELECTION Conducted by the Dallas County Elections Department. Three election day polling places were utilized:  Byrd Middle School, Reed Middle School, and Fairmeadows Elementary School.  Early voting was held at the Library/Community Center, 201 James Collins Blvd. – Barbara Lewis (Judge). UNOFFICIAL ELECTION RESULTS EARLY VOTING ONLY COUNCILMEMBER, […]

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The Duncanville Fire Department was named a Mission: Lifeline® Emergency Medical System (EMS) Recognition recipient and honored with a Bronze Award.

The goal of Mission: Lifeline® is to ensure rapid and appropriate treatment for every heart attack patient through a cohesive and coordinated system of care.

“The quality of care our patients receive has been and always will be a top priority for the Duncanville Fire Department,” said Assistant Fire Chief, Greg Chase. “This award is a reflection of the hard work and dedication displayed by our paramedics.”

The Fire Department serves a population of 39,000 in Duncanville and covers over 11 square miles, and the automatic aid agreements with DeSoto, Cedar Hill and Dallas increase the response area to over 85 square miles with a population of 166,000.
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The Duncanville Fire Department was named a Mission: Lifeline® Emergency Medical System (EMS) Recognition recipient and honored with a Bronze Award. 

The goal of Mission: Lifeline® is to ensure rapid and appropriate treatment for every heart attack patient through a cohesive and coordinated system of care. 

“The quality of care our patients receive has been and always will be a top priority for the Duncanville Fire Department,” said Assistant Fire Chief, Greg Chase. “This award is a reflection of the hard work and dedication displayed by our paramedics.”

The Fire Department serves a population of 39,000 in Duncanville and covers over 11 square miles, and the automatic aid agreements with DeSoto, Cedar Hill and Dallas increase the response area to over 85 square miles with a population of 166,000.

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A Proclamation recognizing the week of May 21-27, 2017, as Emergency Medical Services Week, with May 24 being Emergency Medical Services for Children (EMSC) Day was presented to the Duncanville Fire Department by Mayor Green at the City Council Meeting held on May 16.

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The Duncanville Police Department recognized Monday, May 15 as Police Memorial Day and hosted a memorial ceremony for law enforcement officers, survivors and their families to celebrate the lives and sacrifices of officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

On December 3, 1979, Officer Roger Hobden and Sergeant Michael Poe lost their lives in a motor vehicle accident. Their patrol vehicle was struck head-on by a suspect fleeing from the Dallas Police Department on the wrong side of the road.

Each year, the Duncanville Police Department asks the Mayor to recognize National Police Week and Police Memorial Day through Proclamation, and in turn, the department invites the families of Officer Hobden and Sergeant Poe to witness and be part of a memorial ceremony as honored guests. In addition to the officers, all city personnel and citizens are invited to attend the ceremony to recognize not only the sacrifices within the “thin blue line,” but also the sacrifices made by all officers across the nation.

“For most of us, the security challenges of today further underscore the importance of the Police and our on-going commitment to protecting our citizens, despite the inevitable risks that we face on a daily basis. There are persons who wish to harm us just because we wear the uniform,” said Duncanville Police Chief, Robert Brown.

Police Memorial Day is a day Duncanville Police Officers can remember all of their brothers and sisters in Law Enforcement, who have given the ultimate sacrifice doing what they loved – most of all remembering Duncanville’s two officers and being there to support their families.

“It is truly my honor to participate in our Police Memorial Day Ceremony. It is very important to take the time to remember and reflect on the Police Officers we’ve lost in our Police Department,” said Chief Brown. “The service and sacrifice they made will never be forgotten.”
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The Duncanville Police Department recognized Monday, May 15 as Police Memorial Day and hosted a memorial ceremony for law enforcement officers, survivors and their families to celebrate the lives and sacrifices of officers who gave the ultimate sacrifice.

On December 3, 1979, Officer Roger Hobden and Sergeant Michael Poe lost their lives in a motor vehicle accident. Their patrol vehicle was struck head-on by a suspect fleeing from the Dallas Police Department on the wrong side of the road.  

Each year, the Duncanville Police Department asks the Mayor to recognize National Police Week and Police Memorial Day through Proclamation, and in turn, the department invites the families of Officer Hobden and Sergeant Poe to witness and be part of a memorial ceremony as honored guests. In addition to the officers, all city personnel and citizens are invited to attend the ceremony to recognize not only the sacrifices within the “thin blue line,” but also the sacrifices made by all officers across the nation.

“For most of us, the security challenges of today further underscore the importance of the Police and our on-going commitment to protecting our citizens, despite the inevitable risks that we face on a daily basis. There are persons who wish to harm us just because we wear the uniform,” said Duncanville Police Chief, Robert Brown.

Police Memorial Day is a day Duncanville Police Officers can remember all of their brothers and sisters in Law Enforcement, who have given the ultimate sacrifice doing what they loved – most of all remembering Duncanville’s two officers and being there to support their families. 

“It is truly my honor to participate in our Police Memorial Day Ceremony. It is very important to take the time to remember and reflect on the Police Officers we’ve lost in our Police Department,” said Chief Brown. “The service and sacrifice they made will never be forgotten.”

The city of Duncanville would like to thank At-Large Councilmember, Patrick Harvey, for his years of service to the City. Congratulations to Councilmember's Dennis Schwartz, Leslie Thomas and Johnette Jameson for being elected to another term. Welcome new At-Large Councilmember, Patrick LeBlanc. ... See MoreSee Less

The city of Duncanville would like to thank At-Large Councilmember, Patrick Harvey, for his years of service to the City. Congratulations to Councilmembers Dennis Schwartz, Leslie Thomas and Johnette Jameson for being elected to another term. Welcome new At-Large Councilmember, Patrick LeBlanc.

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Councilmember At-Large Patrick Harvey accepts his recognition of service award from Mayor Green.

Congratulations from your Sister City !!

Thanks, Mr Harvey. Will miss your emails!

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Due to inclement weather in the area and overcase skies, we are cancelling the 2PM outdoor warning siren test for today. We will resume with our normal test schedule, the first Wednesday of the month. ... See MoreSee Less

Alert to our Citizens.....The City of Duncanville will be testing the outdoor warning siren system on Thursday, April 13th, at 2:00pm unless inclement weather is detected or presented with overcast skies. This is only a test. ... See MoreSee Less

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Due to inclement weather in the area, and overcast skies, we are cancelling this test of our warning siren system. We will resume with testing on our regular test schedule, the first Wednesday of the month.

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Promotions occurred today for Sgt. Nathan Roach and Lt. Rebekah Young. Please help us congratulate them on their promotions and new assignments. ... See MoreSee Less

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Crossing an intersection? Make sure you're inside the crosswalk at intersections. Visit LookOutTexans.org for more safety tips to bicycle, walk and drive safely. #LookOutTexans ... See MoreSee Less

Crossing an intersection?  Make sure youre inside the crosswalk at intersections.  Visit LookOutTexans.org for more safety tips to bicycle, walk and drive safely. #LookOutTexans

Complete the Virtual Reality Scavenger Hunt for a chance to win a VR Headset. Entries are due April 15th and limited to one per child (3rd - 12th grade). The library is partnering with Eon Reality and the Virtual Reality Innovation Commission for this fun scavenger hunt. Come to the library on April 11th at 6:30 p.m. to explore the latest in Augmented and Virtual Reality technologies from Eon Reality. All ages are welcome at the program. ... See MoreSee Less