Get rewarded for the driving miles you save working at home with Try Parking It, a program offered by the North Central Texas Council of Governments to reduce air pollution.
As the calendar turns to June, the four lakes in the North Texas Municipal Water District’s (NTMWD) service area are all 100 percent full or greater thanks to consistent rain in April and May.
Celebrate National Trails Day 2020 tomorrow, June 6, on Richardson’s 40+ miles of trails and walkways found throughout the city.
Although, the four lakes in the North Texas Municipal Water District’s (NTMWD) service area are all 100 percent full or greater as a result of consistent rain in April and May, conservation remains very important.
The Richardson Health Department plans to ground spray one area Tuesday night and Wednesday night.
Free information is plentiful this summer on ways to improve lawn watering, to help lower your water bills and save water.
With steady rainfall earlier this week and last weekend, the City is reminding residents to protect themselves from mosquitoes by following The Four D’s of Protection.
April-May is birthing season for coyotes, so the increase in coyote sightings around Richardson lately by residents may be due to the fact that male coyotes are out and about more while on the hunt for food to feed their growing families, and are not allowed in the family “den” while the babies are young.
The City is reminding residents that while they are getting outside more as the weather warms up, to be aware not only of preventing mosquito-borne illness, but tick-borne illness as well.
Air North Texas, a division of the North Central Texas Council of Governments, is promoting Clean Air Month and National Bike Month, held each May, with several tips on its website to help incorporate biking and clean air awareness into our lives.