Infosys expanding to Richardson, City Council reviews tactics to meet goals and recycling holiday schedule are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.
The Court will reopen Monday, Nov. 19.
For the Thanksgiving holiday Nov. 22-23, City services and facilities will operate according to the following holiday schedule.
"100 Women" group makes donation to inclusive playground, Richardson CARES inaugural class graduates and annual toy/food drive begins Nov. 16 are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.
Altrusa honors outstanding women, Daylight Saving Time ends Nov. 4 and Senior Holiday Bazaar are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.
"Micro Macro Mojo" ribbon cutting, Huffhines Art Trails and Pawtoberfest are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.
Registration deadline for the third annual family campout is Oct. 31.
10/24/2018 9:51 AM
Shawn Poe will continue 24-year career as Richardson’s new leader for civil engineering projects
10/19/2018 1:38 PM
Large donation for inclusive playground, Miss Texas Pageant extends contract and early voting begins Oct. 22 are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.
The pageant will be held in Richardson at the Eisemann Center through at least 2020.
10/18/2018 4:53 PM
The City of Richardson has experienced an overflow of domestic wastewater along the 1400 block of Custer Road. The cause is due to excessive rainfall experienced during the past few weeks.
10/18/2018 10:29 AM
The City of Richardson has experienced an overflow of domestic wastewater at four locations within its collection system due to excessive rainfall.
Charles and Ann Eisemann donate a combined $125,000, including funds for restroom facilities at new inclusive playground. The Rees-Jones Foundation pledges matching grant of up to $50,000, matching donations through Dec. 15, for up to $100,000 total impact.
10/15/2018 7:05 PM
Customers within the city of Richardson are experiencing outages; AT&T reports other parts of North Texas also impacted
10/15/2018 1:12 PM
Solicitors are operating in area cities offering water quality services that may or may not be needed. Accredited water quality testing agencies are recommended to perform testing, if desired.
10/12/2018 11:08 AM
Corporate Challenge concludes, Senior Center Open House Oct. 17 and volunteers needed at Eisemann Center are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.
Information on renovations and enhancements planned for the Senior Center
10/10/2018 1:27 PM
The City of Richardson will hold a ribbon cutting for its newest piece of public art, artist Ed Carpenter’s “Micro Macro Mojo.”
10/10/2018 1:24 PM
Mark Nelson will continue 22-year career as a North Texas transportation professional leading Richardson’s new Transportation and Mobility Department.
10/10/2018 11:23 AM
Cottonwood Art Festival this weekend, State Farm provides grant to RPD and Spring Valley Road lane closures are part of the latest edition of Week In Review.