- Design complete
- Construction Complete.
Please join our staff in welcoming Chasidy Allen to the Duncanville family. Ms. Allen brings over ten years of planning and zoning experience…
Crime prevention begins with YOU! Come learn about how to take precautions to stay safe in your home and neighborhood. All the Law Enforcement agencies and Emergency response agencies will be represented.
The Grand Re-Opening of Red Bird Park is scheduled for Sunday, October 5th, 2015 at 6 PM. Come join us at the ceremonial ribbon cutting. Light refreshments will be provided. Bring your bike and join the group bike ride utilizing our new bike lanes.
Red Bird Park is located at 401 W. Redbird Lane, Duncanville, Texas.
A town meeting is a form of direct democratic rule, used primarily in portions of the United States – principally in New England – since the 17th century, in which most or all the members of a community come together to legislate policy and budgets for local government.
The Duncanville Fieldhouse regional basketball tournaments are getting under way this Saturday morning at 8 AM. The mega sports facility is conveniently located right off Hwy 67 and Main St in Duncanville.
Every year, water heaters are installed by unlicensed handymen or homeowners, often without proper city permits and inspections. Unpermitted and improperly installed water heaters may cause flooding, fire, and even death.
Plan to attend this Saturday, September 12, 2015, “Festival en Duncanville” 4–8 PM, featuring Rey Reyna Aftershock and Anita N. Martinez Ballet Folklorico. Delicious food, great music and lots of fun!
After an overwhelming interest from citizens to participate in Boards and Commissions in 2014, the Duncanville City Council created several new Commissions, including the Duncanville Sports Legacy Commission. The Duncanville Sports Legacy Commission’s mission is memorializing, promoting and leveraging the basketball history of Duncanville, past and present, and to officially brand the City of Duncanville as the “Basketball Capital of Texas”.
The process often starts with a planning stage in which plans are prepared by an architect and approved by the client and any regulatory authority. Then the site is cleared, foundations are laid and trenches for connection to services such as sewerage, water, and electricity are established.