Chamber of Commerce
While participating in the chamber of commerce is a great way to give back to the community, it also helps enhance your business. Chamber members receive promotional opportunities that help them publicize their business and services. The organization also provides excellent networking and educational opportunities.
Dallas County Health and Human Services Opens COVID-19 Vaccination Registration Website and Announces Mass Vaccination Site
City of Duncanville Welcomes New City Secretary, Police Department Welcomes Familiar Chief Operations Officer
SBA Offers Disaster Assistance to Texas Businesses and Residents Affected by Severe Storms and Flooding
Parks & Facilities
Duncanville has a multitude of parks, amenities, programs and events that are sure to bring you happiness, leisure, and fitness opportunities and we also enjoy celebrating our heritage and community spirit. Visit our Recreation Center, Hopkins Senior Center, or take a stroll through one of our scenic parks. Check out the Duncanville Fieldhouse, a premier national sports venue, perfect for your next tournament or event.
Retire in Duncanville
In Duncanville, you will find clean, safe neighborhoods, affordable housing, and outstanding medical facilities. The minute you walk into any store or business, you will immediately sense the warm, friendly community atmosphere found only in Duncanville. Around every corner you will see gorgeous flowerbeds welcoming residents and visitors alike.
Today’s consumers are faced with a wide array of choices when it comes to purchasing goods and services. In years past, individuals were often limited to their local community. As society has changed so has the way that we shop. Choices include not only Duncanville retailers, but retailers throughout the metroplex, the state, and even the world now that we can shop via the World Wide Web.
Sports Legacy Virtual Museum
The origin of Duncanville can be traced as far back as 1840, with the community’s beginning as a small settlement. It was not until some forty years later, with the construction of the Chicago, Texas and Mexican Central Railroad connecting Dallas and Cleburne that Duncanville began to emerge as a town.