Residents helped the Richardson Public Library this weekend kickoff a series of celebrations for its 60th anniversary.
DFW China Town in Richardson has become a major destination in the Dallas/Fort worth Metroplex, known for its authentic Asian cuisine, shopping and events.
aturday June 1 is National Trails Day, a chance for residents to connect with nature and explore the more than 40 miles of trails and walkways the City of Richardson has to offer.
On Saturday, June 1 at 10 a.m. the Richardson Public Library kicks off a series of celebrations for its 60th anniversary.
Richardson residents are invited to gather for a special community event to learn the tradition of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan through an upcoming event created by the Dialogue Institute of Dallas and hosted by Richardson Interfaith Alliance member Arapaho United Methodist Church.
Heavy rain and strong winds that recently hit North Texas have resulted in a large amount of storm-related debris in several neighborhoods in Richardson.
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.
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.
Every year the City of Richardson plants Wildflowers at various locations including at mediums and parkways for residents to enjoy.