Parkland Hospital, Dallas Homeless Shelters To Receive 30K Donated MasksThe Taiwanese government is set to donate 30,000 masks to the City of Dallas on Thursday.
Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson Wants To Defund Bureaucracy: 'We Have A Lot Of Bloat And Fat At City Hall'"The size of the city hall bureaucracy has without a doubt grown over the years. It needs to be stopped," said Mayor Johnson.
City Of Dallas Asks Texas Supreme Court To Allow For Immediate Removal Of Confederate MonumentBehind a fence, covered in tarps sits the last of Dallas' Confederate monuments at Pioneer Cemetery, a block from Dallas City Hall.
Dallas Coronavirus Healthcare Access Czar Says 10-Step Guide For Protesters To Be DistributedDallas will soon distribute a guide for protesters and those who may come in contact with people who have been protesting.
Hundreds Converge On Dallas City Hall As City Leaders Declare 'George Floyd Remembrance Day'Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson was joined by Dallas Police Chief U. Reneé Hall, U.S. Rep. Eddie Bernice Johnson, some of the city council, faith leaders and members of the community for a George Floyd remembrance ceremony.
Those Protesting George Floyd's Death Comply Peacefully With Dallas Police As Curfew Zone ExpandedAs the 7:00 p.m. curfew drew near, the crowd dispersed, with many moving to Lake Cliff Park, where the curfew is not in effect.
DPS Troopers Returning To Help Dallas Fight Summer CrimeDallas City Councilwoman Carolyn King Arnold announced the Safe 365 Initiative on Thursday at City Hall.
Dallas City Council Rejects Idea Of 8% Property Tax IncreaseCOVID-19 has led to business closures and layoffs which in turn has created budget shortfalls for the city.
North Texans Impacted Financially By Coronavirus Pandemic Fear Higher Property Taxes: 'When Is It Enough?'As elected leaders in Dallas weigh an 8% increase, taxpayers elsewhere are watching closely.
Dallas City Council Set To Consider Possible 8% Property Tax HikeIt’s the type of increase state lawmakers hoped to prevent when they passed a new law last year requiring an election be held to approve any increases over 3.5%.
City Of Dallas To Work On Eliminating 'Unjust' Fines And Fees"Our fines and fees should not prevent our residents from earning an honest living, and we should do all that we can to ensure equity for our underserved communities," said Dallas Mayor Eric Johnson.