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.
City facilities closed, last day of swim and trash collection delayed one day.
September is Library Card Sign-up Month and the Carrollton Public Library wants to make sure that all children in Carrollton have the smartest card of all – a library card.
Traffic Operations will be testing the School Zone flasher system on Thursday, August 20 and Friday, August 21.
City Council continues to deliberate and vote on the proposed 2009/2010 City budget and tax rate during meetings in September. All meetings are open to the public. See story to view Proposed Budget.
The library is offering three related classes about using computers in a job search: Resume Writing, Job Hunting, and Online Netwlorking.
Animal Services can now receive donations through RecycleBank’s Reward Points as a new non-profit partner.
Carrollton's light rail plans mentioned in The New York Times.
Join the Neighborhood Advisory Commission and the City of Carrollton Community Services from 8:30 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. on Saturday, August 29 at Josey Ranch Lake Library.
The next Citizen Police Academy will begin on Thursday, August 13 and will end November 19. The classes are every Thursday night from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the Carrollton Police Department.
The Carrollton City Council will deliberate and vote on the proposed 2009/2010 City budget and tax rate during meetings in August and September. See story to view Proposed Budget.
Three months after City Council added three new councilmembers during the general election, the councilmembers are adjusting to their new roles in the community.
We are excited to make improvements to the Martha Pointer Park. The two existing tennis courts will be demolished and replaced with two new courts and the current basketball court will be resurfaced as a new multi-purpose court. The project will in late July and we hope to be complete in early fall, weather permitting.
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Renovations should be complete by early fall.
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The City of Carrollton’s 287(g) program continues to progress toward operational reality. This is a partnership with Immigration & Customs Enforcement (ICE) through which members of the Carrollton Police Department are receiving specialized training.
Crosby Recreation Center is undergoing a major transformation into a new Community Center, with half of the building being torn down and rebuilt. Follow the construction progress with updates and photos.
Hebron and Josey Library was granted $2500 with funds from the 2008 Texas Book Festival for the purchase of new and replacement picture books.
Carrollton ranks #12 in Forbes' "America's 25 Best Places to Move"
Shop for new titles for your personal library at the Friends of the Library Annual Book Sale September 17 - 19.
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Celebrate July as Parks and Recreation Month by partaking in community events, playing tennis at one of our local courts or by taking your dog for a walk along one of Carrollton’s trails.