Dallas Parks Cancels Summer Season Programs Due To COVID-19 SurgeDallas Parks and Recreation has canceled programs for the summer season due to the surge in COVID-19 cases across the county.
Dallas Police Investigating After Body Found At Lake Cliff ParkA body has been found at Lake Cliff Park in the 300 block of East Colorado Boulevard, near Methodist Dallas Medical Center.
Dallas Parks To Be Closed During Easter WeekendIn an effort to prevent the spread of the coronavirus during a holiday, the City of Dallas has decided to close its parks this Easter weekend.
City Of Fort Worth Imposing Tighter Restrictions On Public Spaces In COVID-19 FightThe City of Fort Worth is the latest major Texas city to impose tighter restrictions on public spaces and buildings in the fight against the spread of coronavirus.
Texas State Capitol Closed To Public Amid Coronavirus CrisisState agency personnel with proper identification, elected officials and their staff will still have access to the building though.
Slowing The Spread: Playgrounds, Golf Courses, Tennis Centers Close In City Of DallasDallas Mayor Johnson announced that in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, all city playgrounds, golf courses and tennis centers will close tonight.
Dallas Urging Residents, Local Businesses To Help Replant Trees After Storm DevastationDallas Parks and Recreation is asking for help in reforestation efforts after recent spring storms destroyed over 700 trees throughout the city.
Runners Frolic Around White Rock Lake, Despite DebrisResidents around White Rock Lake are getting back to normal. Parking spots at the trails were sparse as joggers came out Sunday to soak up rays -- and dodge debris. Now that the water has receded and the winds have calmed, crews are still working to clean up trash and debris washed up along the trails and roads.
Dallas Closes Over 20 Athletic Fields For Safety ReasonsThe severe drought has forced the city of Dallas to shut down between 20 to 25 athletic fields for safety reasons. The city is spreading tons of dirt over the damaged fields to fill in the countless cracks; some that run two feet deep.