City Of Dallas

EPA Recognizes Dallas For Working To Fight Asthma TriggersAsthma is a serious, sometimes life-threatening chronic respiratory disease that affects the quality of life for almost 25 million Americans, including an estimated 7 million children.
Dallas Launches Campaign To Address Stray Dog IssueDallasPETS is a campaign dedicated to educating the public about three main animal issues in the city: illegal dumping, loose dogs and adoption.
Temporary Parking Relief Coming For Hundreds Of Dallas Condo ResidentsWhile parking woes for hundreds of Dallas residents continue two weeks after the parking garage collapse at the Renaissance on Turtle Creek, a temporary solution may be just days away.
Displaced Drivers Getting Hit Where It Hurts“It’s like sharks swarming in the sea,” said Tammy Camp, a driver who has been displaced. “I don’t think that’s right. I don’t think that’s fair.”
I-Team: Construction Company Tied To Garage Collapse Acknowledges "Unacceptable Error"Reconstruction Experts Inc. said it has had more than thirty members of its team working around the clock to secure the site and help homeowners retrieve possessions from their trapped vehicles.
City: Contractor Had No Permit For Condo Work Near Garage CollapseA condo board member says she had no idea the city hadn't issued the general contractor a permit.
Social Media Account Puts Dallas Panhandlers In The SpotlightPanhandlers, or homeless people harrassing others for money, have been a growing problem in Dallas. A social media account is now putting the spotlight on those people.
Court Rules In Favor Of Association Trying To Block Sams Club Near CitiplaceThe city has been fighting the association on a number of levels - the most important trying to get the whole lawsuit dismissed on grounds the Association has standing.
City Of Dallas "Underestimated Traffic" Surrounding Mini-Series Shoot"While the next few days won’t be painless, we are increasing police presence to help with traffic."
Suspect Drug House Razed As Part Of Operation CrackdownOperation Crackdown was first launched in 1993 and so far almost 1,200 so-called drug houses and buildings have been demolished in 24 cities, including Dallas.
Dallas Staff Says $16 Million Won't Cover Needed Street RepairsThe City of Dallas is looking to increase the amount of money it spends on making repairs to streets and alleyways. But some question if the allotted funds will be enough.
Dallas Waste Water Treatment Plant Turning You-Know-What Into ElectricityThe Southside Waste Water Treatment Plant receives and cleans about 50 million gallons of dirty water a day.
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