The City’s 27th annual Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival opens tonight at 6 p.m. at Galatyn Park Urban Center and continues through Sunday, May 19.
The Richardson municipal election vote was canvassed and made official at the May 13 City Council meeting.
Miss Texas Madison Fuller joined Mayor Paul Voelker this week to place the first Miss Texas sign topper of 2019 at Galatyn Park, heralding the approaching Miss Texas/Miss Texas’ Outstanding Teen pageants.
Two members of the Richardson Civic Art Society recently traveled to Pengzhou, China as part of an arts exchange trip.
Richardson’s Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival is ecstatic to announce Bowling For Soup has agreed to appear Friday night on the Plaza stage, filling in for Good Charlotte which cancelled all of its May performances due to...
City crews are working to get all six stages ready for this weekend’s Wildflower! Arts & Music Festival, which takes place May 17-19 with more than 80 bands and musicians performing.
Mosquito control activities in Richardson are conducted year-round but are increased from April through October when the insects are most active.
The rezoning of the Collins/Arapaho Transit-Oriented Development and Innovation District is underway, and the City is throwing a party to celebrate.
The League of American Bicyclists has recognized Richardson with its Bronze Bicycle Friendly Community (BFC) award, joining 475 communities across the country in building better places for people to ride a bike.
Saturday, June 1 is Splash Day in Richardson, which means residents and their families will be able to stop by and enjoy the City’s neighborhood swimming pools for free.