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City of Duncanville
203 E Wheatland Rd
Duncanville, TX 75116

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From US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas:Thunderstorm chances will increase later this morning and continue through late this evening. Thunderstorms will increase in coverage and intensity through the afternoon hours. Some thunderstorms will be severe with all modes of severe weather possible. ⛈ Thunderstorm chances will increase later Friday morning, initially across Central Texas.⛈ The highest thunderstorm chances are forecast during the afternoon and evening hours, with coverage increasing across North and Central Texas throughout the day.🌪 Some storms could become severe with large hail, damaging winds, and a few tornadoes possible.⛈ Thunderstorms may be possible near the Red River during the late evening hours to just after midnight ahead of the cold front. Some thunderstorms may be severe, with damaging winds being the main threat.⛈ Localized flooding may become a concern, especially across the East Texas counties. ⛈ Thunderstorm chances will come to an end after midnight. We continue to also monitor the potential for additional storms around the middle of next week. At this time our primary focus remains on this afternoon/evening severe weather threat, and then we will focus on refining next week’s severe weather threat. Make note that there is another possible severe weather threat during the Tuesday-Thursday timeframe and know that more details will be forthcoming this weekend and early next week. What We Are Certain Of: ⛈ Thunderstorms will develop quickly late Friday morning, becoming more widespread through the afternoon. Some thunderstorms will be severe.⛈ Large hail will be the main threat, but damaging winds and tornadoes will also be possible.What We Are Less Certain Of:⛈ How high the tornado threat will be. This will depend on the location of any mesoscale boundaries, and how the low-level wind field evolves later this morning and this afternoon. We will likely do a special late-morning balloon launch to keep tabs on this and other local environmental parameters.⛈ If additional storms will form along the cold front tonight. Some guidance hints at a late evening line of storms moving east along the Red River as afternoon storms exit to the east, though how far south these storms reach remains uncertain. ... See MoreSee Less
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Duncanville City Council Regular Meeting for April 20, 2021WORK SESSION / BRIEFING00:01:33 1. DISCUSS AGENDA ITEMS2. BRIEFINGS / PRESENTATIONS00:10:59 A. Winter Storm URI after-action review.00:42:23 B. Discuss Independence Day Celebration scheduled for July 4, 2021. bit.ly/3etTcXU 00:58:33 C. Discussion regarding the addition of two (2) classified, civil service positions to the Police Department. bit.ly/2QRjV8j01:41:56 D. Discussion on City Council Rules of Procedures regarding "Rule D - Agenda Rules" friendly amendments and motions. Item requested by At-Large Councilmember Harvey.02:09:08 E. Discussion on in-person meetings.EXECUTIVE SESSION - None.REGULAR SESSION02:18:02 CALL TO ORDER02:18:18 INVOCATION02:19:00 PLEDGES - PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE; TEXAS PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE1. REPORTS02:19:43 A. Mayor's Report.B. Councilmembers' Reports02:20:31 C. City Manager's Report.2. PROCLAMATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS02:21:33 A. Recognition of Keep Duncanville Beautiful Spring 2021 Curb Appeal Residential Properties. bit.ly/3dCTCMe02:24:50 B. Introduce Duncanville High School Youth in Government Program Officers.3. CITIZENS' INPUT02:38:47 4. CONSENT AGENDA (Includes Item 5.A)A. Consider a Resolution approving the terms and conditions of a Master Agreement Governing Major Capital Improvement Project between the City of Duncanville and Dallas County for the Governance of the Major Capital Improvement Program and Authorizing the City Manager to Execute the Agreement. bit.ly/2RMXUIkB. Consider a Resolution approving the terms and conditions of Amendment #2 to the Municipal Maintenance Agreement with the State of Texas Department of Transportation (TXDOT) to allow the City to install and maintain the restriping and installation of delineators for bike and pedestrian traffic and the bridge at the intersection of US 67 and Danieldale within TXDOT right-of-way. bit.ly/3gutQLQ5. ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATIONA. Consider an Ordinance amending Section 19-163 of the City Ordinance to add Frank Keasler Blvd to the list of no-through-truck zones. bit.ly/3ncOLUYB. Take any necessary action as a result of the Executive Session.6. STAFF AND BOARD REPORTS02:41:15 A. Receive the Police Department Quarterly Report. bit.ly/3av84UHADJOURNMENT ... See MoreSee Less
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🎉🌎 Happy #EarthDay2021! 🌎 🎉 ... See MoreSee Less
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Join Mayor Pro Tem Mark D. Cooks for the upcoming Meet, Connect & Learn where he and guests will discuss City of Duncanville Code Enforcement and get your questions answered. He will be joined by Municipal Court Judge Anthony Elland, Code Enforcement Officer Esther Wright, and a Duncanville Police Officer for this conversation with residents. Duncanville residents are invited to join this April 24th conversation at 10 AM by visiting us02web.zoom.us/j/86098272017 or by calling 1-346-248-7799 and using Meeting ID: 860 9827 2017. ... See MoreSee Less
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Good chances of thunderstorms arrive on Friday with the next storm system. Severe weather will be a possibility Friday afternoon and evening. ⛈ Thunderstorm chances will increase during the day Friday as the next storm system approaches.⛈ The best chances of storms will be Friday afternoon and evening.⛈ Some storms could become severe with large hail, damaging winds, and perhaps even a few tornadoes.⛈ Localized flooding may become a concern across the East Texas counties, particularly if multiple rounds of thunderstorms occur (along the warm front in the afternoon, then with the dryline activity in the evening).⛈ Showers and storms exit to the east around midnight Friday night. What US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas is Certain Of: ⛈ A good chance of showers and thunderstorms arrives on Friday.⛈ A severe weather threat will likely exist Friday afternoon and evening.⛈ Large hail would be the primary threat, but all modes of severe weather are possible.What They Are Less Certain Of:⛈ How widespread precipitation will be Friday morning. More widespread showers and storms in the morning could hamper the development of severe storms in the afternoon.⛈ Exactly where and when storms first develop.⛈ The exact location of the surface boundaries at any given time. Any storm which moves on or near one of these boundaries, particularly the warm front, would likely pose a greater threat of producing a tornado. ... See MoreSee Less
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