The fourth annual “Newcomers Guide to Gardening in North Texas” event will be held Saturday, Jan. 25
It’s now mating season for both coyotes and bobcats, so area residents may see an increase in sightings of the animals over the next few months, as they are part of the natural habitat of North Texas.
The North Central Texas Council of Government’s (NCTCOG) Air North Texas division has some suggestions for environmentally friendly New Year’s resolutions that can help improve air quality.
Still have a Christmas tree shedding unwanted pine needles on your floors or lying in the backyard?
The Community Services Division is responsible for preserving the integrity and advancing the vitality of Richardson through community-based problem solving, neighborhood-oriented services, public-private partnerships and the administration of fair and reasonable enforcement initiatives.
Need ideas for a “green” New Year’s resolution? Make a positive environmental impact by starting the practice of placing leaves and grass clippings in compostable bags, which are picked up curbside for free by the City’s Brush and Bulky Item Collection (BABIC) service.
Nine employees from State Farm Insurance helped clean up Spring Creak Nature Area last week as well as a portion of Foxboro Park as part of the City’s Community & Corporate Environmental Cleanup Program.
The City of Richardson received a Bronze Award this week as part of the Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition’s Fleet Recognition Awards.
The City is encouraging residents to “tree cycle” Christmas trees by turning them into mulch and compost through the City’s Tree Cycling program.
The City of Richardson Public Services Department and the Richardson Police Department have teamed up to help fight crime and recycle at the same time.