Mosquito control activities in Richardson are conducted year-round but are increased from April through October when the insects are most active.
Every year the City of Richardson plants Wildflowers at various locations including at mediums and parkways for residents to enjoy.
The Richardson Health Department began surveillance of mosquitoes last month to test for West Nile virus.
The environmental expo inside the City Hall/Civic Center will take place from 10 a.m.-1 p.m. and includes exhibits, free recycling bags for Richardson residents and refreshments.
Richardson city leaders joined other local officials at a ribbon cutting for Republic Service’s new, recycling center.
Volunteering in Richardson is a great way for residents to get involved in the community in a fun and enjoyable way. Each year, volunteers spend tens of thousands of hours at events, projects and programs throughout Richardson. From serving on City boards and...
Richardson is a cleaner, healthier city thanks to a growing number of residents and employees who are putting on gloves, grabbing some tongs and picking up numerous plastic bags, bottles and other trash as part of the City’s Community and Corporate Environmental...
The City of Richardson will implement its summer water conservation plan April 1. The strategy allows for lawn irrigation at even-numbered addresses on Tuesdays and Saturdays and at odd-numbered addresses on Wednesdays and Sundays. Watering is not permitted between 10...
ity Parks staff report that crews are readying the City’s sprinkler systems for spring and summer, and recommend homeowners do the same, to identify any problems before temperatures rise and landscapes suffer.
Each spring for about one month, the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) suspends the use of ammonia to allow the remaining chlorine to keep the water disinfected as it travels through the system.