Download the 2010 Residential Recycling Calendar to know when to expect your service pick up.
The Library's MyLibraryDV is discontinued by the vendor on December 31
Going out of town or having company over the Christmas holidays? Freeze your holds so you won't lose your place in line.
Join us at the library for activities for school-age kids during Winter Break highlighting Hanukkah, Christmas and Kwanzaa.
Fox National News is featured Carrollton in a national series called “On the Job Hunt” which aired Monday, December 7. The producer also blogged about the shoot.
CQ Press’ 2009 City Crime Rankings rates Carrollton as the 95th safest city in the US, the 10th safest city in Texas and the 6th safest city in the DFW area.
Try one of the 36 new basic language learning courses offered through the Library's Mango Languages database including 14 different English as a Second Language courses.
The City Council will hold a public hearing to receive your comments on the Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) for the 2008 Program Year.
11/25/2009 2:15 PM
The Police Department has put together a brochure with tips to help you beat the Holiday Blues this year.
Help reduce illegal dumping in storm drains and prevent contamination of our main water sources, by placing markers at storm drain entries. Educate the public and help us continue to have clean water.
Come see a live radio drama performance of Robert Louis Stevenson's "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde" Hebron & Josey Library
“Read Beyond Reality @ Your Library” is the theme for this year’s Teen Read Week, October 18 – 24.
Links to important site with regularly updated flu information, as well as a list of eight ways to stay healthy at work. 2-1-1 dialing code is established at the access point for H1N1 information.
Get country information for both travelers planning a trip and students doing homework from the library's new database, Global Road Warrior.
10/01/2009 7:00 AM
Try these online animated, talking books with your child.
City Council gave final approval and formally adopted a new budget for the upcoming fiscal year at the regular City Council Meeting on Sept. 15.
At the Sept. 1 City Council meeting, Councilmembers received public input and stated their intention to keep Thomas Pool open, and to keep the property tax rate the same.