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Join the Texas Community Challenge

Garland has again joined the It’s Time Texas Community Challenge, and the community is encouraged to help! The challenge is presented by H-E-B to unite and mobilize community members, schools, businesses and organizations to see which communities can demonstrate the greatest commitment to healthy living. Communities can earn points by participating in a variety of activities such as posting ...Full Article

Resolve to ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle’

Improve your health in the New Year without stepping foot in the gym. After packing away the holiday decorations, eliminate waste and protect the environment by committing to the ...Full Article

635 improvements public hearing scheduled

The Texas Department of Transportation is proposing to reconstruct and widen IH 635 from US 75 to IH 30 in Dallas County. Pursuant to Texas Administrative Code, Title 43, ...Full Article

Priscilla Wilson receives award

Senior Managing Director Priscilla Wilson was awarded the HR Specialist Award at the second annual Strategic HR Excellence Awards on Dec. 7. Wilson, who oversees HR, Communications Services and ...Full Article

City schedules federal grant public meetings

The city of Garland will be accepting Applications for the Request of Funding for its Community Development Block Grant, HOME Infill Partnership Grant and Emergency Solutions Grant for the ...Full Article

City offers Storm Spotter Training

Learn how to prepare your family for severe weather at Storm Spotter Training presented by the city of Garland Saturday, Feb. 18, 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the ...Full Article

Garland leadership to serve on national committees

Garland Mayor Douglas Athas and District 4 Council Member B.J. Williams have been appointed to federal advocacy committees for the National League of Cities. Both appointments were announced by ...Full Article

City offers Christmas tree recycling

Garland residents can help free up space in the landfill by dropping off trees for recycling. The trees will be ground into mulch, which will more easily return nutrients ...Full Article

City Center project earns award

Downtown Garland’s City Center project has been recognized for excellence by the Greater Dallas Planning Council (GDPC). The GDPC announced its annual Urban Design Awards Dec. 6, highlighting individuals, ...Full Article

Trashy streets make trashy creeks

Garland’s Stormwater Management Department invited Garland ISD high schools to participate in the “Trashy Streets Make Trashy Creeks” Art Contest. The contest was created to bring awareness to the ...Full Article
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