Phil-up the Blue Bag, Richardson’s recycling mascot, will appear at Santa’s Village this month as well as at HomeGoods, 1349 W. Campbell Rd.
Dispose of leftover cooking oil and grease (and help our water system stay clog-free) by taking advantage of the City’s free, temporary oil/grease drop-off site Nov. 29-Dec. 8
There will be NO recycling, solid waste or Brush and Bulky Item Collection (BABIC) service provided Thursday and Friday, Nov. 28-29.
Several volunteers gathered at Cottonwood Park recently to replace trees after severe damaged or destroyed many of them.
One free roll of blue recycling bags will be available to Richardson residents (with proof of residency) Friday Nov. 15 from 6 a.m. – 8 p.m. to celebrate America Recycles Day.
Disaster response efforts are making progress after an EF3 tornado hit part of the community Oct. 20th.
Winter water conservation in Richardson began today, shifting the time of day when lawns can be watered.
Phil-up, Richardson’s recycling mascot, will spread the word about the benefits of recycling (and provide vouchers for a free blue bag roll to Richardson residents, with proof of residency) at a variety of locations.
This week the Parks and Recreation Department started the annual seed planting for the spring wildflower season.
The Richardson Citizen Police Academy Alumni Association (RCPAAA) will hold the fall electronic...