World Ozone Day is Sept. 16, established by the United Nations General Assembly in 1994 to raise public awareness of the depletion of the ozone layer in the upper atmosphere and encourage solutions to preserve it.
The Public Services Department has added additional dates and locations for blue recycling bag giveaways this month. Remaining giveaways scheduled for September.
Staff from the City’s Public Services Department will hand out free blue bags each this month to promote the City’s recycling program
The North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) will gather online public input beginning Sept. 9
With rain back in the forecast comes the opportunity to collect rain via a rain barrel, a great way to conserve water, capture water for use in outdoor irrigation and foundation watering and lower water bills.
With football season upon us, so is the season of tailgating, and Texans especially need to be mindful of a few safety precautions when grilling and spending time outdoors
The webworm or Hyphantria cunea are the larval form of a small white moth commonly seen in the summer months which spin unattractive nests in the crotches of tree branches.
The Community Gardens Partnership Program provides many environmental benefits and improve the quality of life for residents in Richardson.
A water leak coming from the interior or exterior of your home can cause structural damage and other issues but knowing where to look can help prevent a big mess.
The summer’s hot weather can cause North Texas’ clay soil to become extremely dry and to constrict, causing some home foundations to shift and/or sink.