The City has completed a long-standing project for nine railroad crossings in residential areas to go quiet.
In a galaxy not so far away, Downtown Carrollton will honor May the Fourth with a free Star Wars-themed event.
Carrollton joined Addison, Coppell, and Farmers Branch in public safety dispatch and operations on March 30 at NTECC.
The City is currently refurbishing the water tower located near Marsh & Keller Springs. Full operation is scheduled for June.
An updated facility ensures continuing effective public safety services for residents.
The course will re-open to the public on Thursday, April 14, weather permitting.
Carrollton is the first entity to be awarded a Traditional Finance Transparency Star from the Texas Comptroller.
Seasonal Water Demand Conservation Strategy
Locals can showcase their favorite furry friends by submitting photos of their pets for entry into a 2017 wall calendar.
Much progress can be seen to Carrollton’s railroad Quiet Zones, a project headed by the Federal Railroad Administration. BNSF Railway has completed installation of all major pieces of equipment at each of the nine locations.
02/29/2016 10:15 AM
Carrollton Fire Rescue will administer Adult and Child CPR, Basic First Aid, and Infant CPR courses on Saturday, March 19 at Rosemeade Recreation Center.
02/25/2016 7:00 AM
Kick up your boots for some rock n’ roll country with the Zac Stokes Band on March 19 in Downtown.
Beginning at 10 p.m. on Sunday, March 6 through 6 p.m. on Friday, March 11, the City of Carrollton will be closing Kelly Blvd. between Keller Springs Road and Honors Club Drive.
02/23/2016 11:30 AM
02/19/2016 8:45 AM
Take steps to keep migratory birds from nesting in your neighborhood.
WinCo Foods, one of the country’s most successful regional grocers, has announced plans to develop a new anchor store at Carrollton’s landmark Trinity Valley Shopping Center.
Carrollton received “AAA” ratings from Fitch Ratings Inc. for millions in waterworks and sewer system revenue bonds, series 2005, 2007, and 2012.
Murata Americas has expanded operations to Carrollton. The strengthening of various internal divisions in the region necessitated the decision to bring employees together in a new location.
Stay up to date with developing information on the Zika virus in Dallas County. Read more for details on treatment and prevention.
Divisions within the Environmental Services business unit completed a six-month competitive assessment of their operations via the City’s Managed Competition process.