Trinity River Project
With the London games long since passed, the world is counting down to Sochi. But the City of Dallas is already planning to present a bid for the 2024 Summer Olympics.
The City of Dallas is putting some new eyes on an old problem. The city council is set to buy three high-tech trailers to conduct video surveillance at several illegal dumpsites, especially those along the Trinity River.
The gateway connecting downtown with west Dallas, the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, has been open to traffic for nearly six months and some people say it’s changed the landscape in more ways than one.
People are beginning to choose sides in the runoff for Dallas Mayor.
It’s arguably part of the biggest waterpark in Texas: the Texas Parks and Wildlife “Paddling Trails,” which has more than 3,700 miles of rivers and streams, along with 3,300 miles of shoreline on the Gulf Coast. And now, it’s open to more of the public in North Texas.
Mayoral candidates Mike Rawlings, David Kunkle, Ron Natinsky and Edward Okpa discussed a range of issues surrounding the city Tuesday during a mayoral debate held at Southern Methodist University.
After two years of uncertainty, numerous Trinity River Corridor Projects around Dallas are getting the green light again, after the city apparently corrected some levee repair problems.
City officials unveiled a project Wednesday that they say would steer development in a 64-acre area of West Dallas for many years to come.
A group of activists in the La Bajada neighborhood combed their streets Saturday morning, making detailed measurements of the community in hopes of gaining a restriction that will block nearby future development before it begins.
Some longtime West Dallas residents, many quite elderly, are petrified they will have to leave their homes because of higher property taxes.