Health Department staff have been busy this week getting ready for the department’s biggest annual event: Trash Bash, to be held Saturday, April 24.
Contractors with Richardson’s Health Department will begin to set up mosquito traps around the community starting, Sun. Apr. 25.
Richardson’s wildflowers which were planted last October are starting to bloom.
The Health Department plans to begin its annual mosquito collection and testing in a few weeks, with traps set out in 12 areas of the City each Sunday and collected Monday, a schedule that will be repeated through October.
mployees of the local offices of Fujitsu joined together with a City Parks and Recreation crew today in clearing invasive ligustrum trees from the southeast section of the Spring Creek Nature Area.
The City of Richardson will implement its summer water conservation plan beginning Thursday, April 1.
This is around the time wildlife animals such as coyotes and bobcats are most active in north Texas, which means residents may see an increase in sightings of these animals.
The City’s annual “blue bag letters” were mailed this week and should have arrived in mailboxes.
In the last few weeks, requests for Brush and Bulky Item Collection (BABIC) has gone up due in part to the winter weather storm that hit North Texas last month.
Local Girl Scouts lived up to the Girl Scout Slogan (“Do a Good Turn Daily”) earlier this month by helping clean up two of the City’s parks.