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Carrollton, TX - City Government Located in the heart of the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Carrollton is known for its high quality of life, abundant parks, schools & safe neighborhoods.

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If you hear the outdoor warning sirens today, don't worry. As a friendly reminder, the City’s outdoor warning sirens are...
10/07/2020

If you hear the outdoor warning sirens today, don't worry. As a friendly reminder, the City’s outdoor warning sirens are tested the first Wednesday of every month, weather permitting, at 1pm. cityofcarrollton.com/thinksafe

Did you know? Though the Carrollton Senior Center is currently closed, seniors have a variety of outdoor and virtual act...
10/06/2020

Did you know? Though the Carrollton Senior Center is currently closed, seniors have a variety of outdoor and virtual activities available that utilize social distancing and other precautions.

Check out the Carrollton Senior Center calendar to find out more https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/departments/departments-g-p/parks-recreation/facilities/senior-center/senior-center-calendar and stop by https://www.facebook.com/groups/carrolltonseniors to become a member of the Carrollton Senior Center group.

The Carrollton Public Library is hosting a series of FREE Financial Literacy webinars for adults this fall to help atten...
10/06/2020

The Carrollton Public Library is hosting a series of FREE Financial Literacy webinars for adults this fall to help attendees make the most out of their money 💵. Registration is required.

Topics include
▪️Saving and Investing for Retirement
▪️Debt Management
▪️Protection: Life Insurance & Wills

The next webinar, Saving and Investing for Retirement, will be this Thursday, October 8.

More details: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/departments/departments-g-p/library/events-classes/financial-programs

Flu season is coming and COVID-19 is still here. It's more important than ever to get a flu shot this year. Getting a fl...
10/05/2020

Flu season is coming and COVID-19 is still here. It's more important than ever to get a flu shot this year.

Getting a flu shot should be your “chief” priority, just like Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue Chief Gregg Salmi did recently.

Find out more about the upcoming flu season and the impacts of COVID-19 by visiting https://www.cdc.gov/flu/season/faq-flu-season-2020-2021.htm

Get paid for making a difference in your community.  From the repair & maintenance of City streets & alleys, operating t...
10/01/2020

Get paid for making a difference in your community.

From the repair & maintenance of City streets & alleys, operating traffic signals & installing/maintaining signs, keeping our drinking water safe, & more, the City’s Public Works department plays a vital role in keeping Carrollton running smoothly every day.

Join our team. Featured positions include heavy equipment operators and maintenance workers.

For more details, or to apply, visit cityofcarrollton.com/jobs.

The City is honored to receive a $5,000 Community Giving Grant from Wells Fargo that will support the operation of vario...
09/30/2020

The City is honored to receive a $5,000 Community Giving Grant from Wells Fargo that will support the operation of various volunteer programs within the Environmental Services Department such as the waterway clean-up program 🏞, adopt-a-spot program 🏞 , and the storm drain marking program 🌧.

These programs are integral in removing the negative impacts of litter, improving the health of local waterways, and creating a more sustainable and desirable community.

The grant will equip our valued volunteers in their efforts to keep Carrollton beautiful and the community that families and businesses want to call home. https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3961/27

Congratulations to four-year-old Madi for being cancer free! The City's very own Carrollton Texas Police Department and ...
09/29/2020

Congratulations to four-year-old Madi for being cancer free! The City's very own Carrollton Texas Police Department and Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue stopped by to help her celebrate. 🎉

She’s OUR Hero

Four-year-old Madi of Carrolllton is cancer free!

It was our privilege to join in her end-of-treatment celebration parade this evening along with Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue.

Congratulations Madi and family!

Which is your favorite kind of peanut butter, crunchy or creamy? Make your choice in the comments below!Help the North T...
09/29/2020

Which is your favorite kind of peanut butter, crunchy or creamy? Make your choice in the comments below!

Help the North Texas Food Bank in Collin County feed hungry children and their families and end hunger in the community by donating unopened, regular-sized plastic jars of peanut butter.

For more info, visit https://www.ntfb.org/peanutbutterdrive

Have you signed up for the City's official Carrollton Connection eNewsletter?Keep connected to all things Carrollton wit...
09/28/2020

Have you signed up for the City's official Carrollton Connection eNewsletter?

Keep connected to all things Carrollton with updates on public safety, economic development, restaurants, and events you don't want to miss.

The next issue will be dropping into email inboxes this Friday.
cityofcarrollton.com/enews

What is the United States Census? It's a count of every person who lives in the United States and its territories. Why d...
09/25/2020

What is the United States Census? It's a count of every person who lives in the United States and its territories.

Why do we do it? The 2020 Census provides a picture of our nation that helps determine where to build new schools, hospitals, and businesses; how federal funding is distributed; and how congressional seats are apportioned.

Everyone counts in Carrollton. #CarrolltonCounts https://my2020census.gov/

Congratulations to C-FB ISD Early College High School for receiving the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award ...
09/24/2020

Congratulations to C-FB ISD Early College High School for receiving the National Blue Ribbon School of Excellence Award for 2020!

𝐄𝐚𝐫𝐥𝐲 𝐂𝐨𝐥𝐥𝐞𝐠𝐞 𝐇𝐢𝐠𝐡 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐨𝐥 𝐀𝐰𝐚𝐫𝐝𝐞𝐝 𝐍𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧𝐚𝐥 𝐁𝐥𝐮𝐞 𝐑𝐢𝐛𝐛𝐨𝐧 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐨𝐥 𝐃𝐞𝐬𝐢𝐠𝐧𝐚𝐭𝐢𝐨𝐧

U.S. Secretary of Education, Betsy DeVos, today recognized the Carrollton-Farmers Branch ISD's Early College High School (ECHS) as a 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools, based on the school's high academic performance. The recognition is based on a school's overall academic performance or progress in closing achievement gaps among student subgroups.

The coveted National Blue Ribbon Schools award affirms educators’, families’, and communities' hard work in creating safe and welcoming schools where students master challenging and engaging content.

Now in its 38th year, the National Blue Ribbon Schools Program has bestowed recognition on more than 9,000 schools. The Department recognizes all schools in one of two performance categories, based on all student scores, student subgroup scores, and graduation rates:

- 𝐄𝐱𝐞𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐚𝐫𝐲 𝐇𝐢𝐠𝐡 𝐏𝐞𝐫𝐟𝐨𝐫𝐦𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐨𝐥𝐬 are among their state's highest performing schools as measured by state assessments or nationally normed tests.

- 𝐄𝐱𝐞𝐦𝐩𝐥𝐚𝐫𝐲 𝐀𝐜𝐡𝐢𝐞𝐯𝐞𝐦𝐞𝐧𝐭 𝐆𝐚𝐩 𝐂𝐥𝐨𝐬𝐢𝐧𝐠 𝐒𝐜𝐡𝐨𝐨𝐥𝐬 are among their state's highest performing schools in closing achievement gaps between a school's student groups and all students.

"The Early College High School staff, in partnership with Dallas College, has created a long-lasting transformative educational experience that drives inspiration, innovation, and dedication," said Timothy A. Isaly, Principal. "Collectively, the students, parents, faculty and community partners have worked very hard to earn this distinction."

Early College High School enrolls approximately 340 students in grades 9-12 and is a repeat award recipient having earned the honor in 2014. ECHS graduates received more than $8 million in scholarship awards last year with over 80% of the graduating class earning an associate degree of Arts or Science.

To select National Blue Ribbon Schools, the U.S. Department of Education requested nominations from the top education officials in every state, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, the Department of Defense Education Activity, and the Bureau of Indian Education. The Council for American Private Education (CAPE) nominates private schools.

A complete list of the 2020 National Blue Ribbon Schools is available at http://www.ed.gov/nationalblueribbonschools.

Internet hotspots are now FREE to check out from the Carrollton Public Library at Josey Ranch Lake and Hebron & Josey.  ...
09/23/2020

Internet hotspots are now FREE to check out from the Carrollton Public Library at Josey Ranch Lake and Hebron & Josey. The hotspots will be available for one-week checkout and can connect up to 10 devices.

This project is made possible by a grant from the Institute of Museum and Library Services and Texas State Library and Archives Commission (Grant #LS‐246561‐OLS‐20) (2021).

For more details, visit https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3959/27

#TexasLibraries #TSLACCARES

Happy National Voter Registration Day! Did you know? Carrollton is located in three Counties: Dallas, Denton, and Collin...
09/22/2020

Happy National Voter Registration Day! Did you know? Carrollton is located in three Counties: Dallas, Denton, and Collin. Be sure to register with the election office of the County you reside in. The deadline to register to vote is Monday, Oct. 5. Details: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3945/27

The funeral service for Carrollton Fire Rescue Captain Lee Holbert will be held at 11 am today and will be available onl...
09/21/2020

The funeral service for Carrollton Fire Rescue Captain Lee Holbert will be held at 11 am today and will be available online via livestream on the Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue page or at the following link: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3955/27 for those interested in safely attending virtually due to social distancing.

For those in the media, there will be a designated media room starting at 10 am where Fire personnel will be available to answer questions. The service will be off limits to the media. More details are in the media advisory link.

The City would like to thank Fire departments in the DFW area for stepping in to assist the City so that Capt. Holbert’s colleagues in Carrollton Fire Rescue can attend his service.

Monday, October 5 is the last day to register to vote in the General Election on Tuesday, November 3. Carrollton resides...
09/18/2020

Monday, October 5 is the last day to register to vote in the General Election on Tuesday, November 3.

Carrollton resides in three counties: Dallas, Denton, and a small portion of Collin County. Voters must register with the election office of the County in which they live.

Details: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3945/27

Gov. Greg Abbott announced at today’s press conference that businesses and facilities currently open at 50% capacity may...
09/17/2020

Gov. Greg Abbott announced at today’s press conference that businesses and facilities currently open at 50% capacity may expand to 75% capacity starting Monday, Sept. 21. in regions where COVID-19 hospitalizations have been fewer than 15% for at least seven consecutive days.

•Businesses and facilities include: restaurants, retail establishments, offices, manufacturing facilities, libraries, museums, and gyms. Bars remain closed at this time.

•Per the governor's order City facilities including City Hall, Municipal Court, A.W. Perry Homestead Museum, Carrollton Animal Services & Adoption Center, Rosemeade and Crosby Recreation Centers, and Josey Ranch Lake and Hebron & Josey Libraries will expand capacity from 50% to 75% beginning Monday, Sept. 21. The Senior Center will remain physically closed, but continue to offer virtual and outdoor, in-person programming.

• Starting Thursday, Sept. 24, nursing facilities that meet certain protocols will also begin allowing more visitors, with more details forthcoming.

• Elective surgeries in select regions may also resume, effective immediately.

• The statewide mask mandate remains in effect until further notice.

For more details, visit: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3844/27

City Council issued two proclamations at last night’s meeting (9/15) recognizing September as both Prostate Cancer Aware...
09/16/2020

City Council issued two proclamations at last night’s meeting (9/15) recognizing September as both Prostate Cancer Awareness Month and Live United Month.

Prostate cancer survivor and representative from the North Texas Prostate Coalition Bill Pfeiff was on hand to accept the proclamation for Prostate Cancer Awareness Month, which brings attention to a disease that is diagnosed in 1 in 9 American men, with African American men at the highest risk with a rate of 1 in 6 men. Carrollton Parks & Recreation Director Scott Whitaker was also present to talk about his experience with prostate cancer and to encourage all men over the age of 45 to get annual screenings.

Gary Henderson, Executive Director of the United Way of Denton County accepted the proclamation for Live United Month, which celebrates the work done by the United Way to address the needs of the Denton County community, including feeding those who face food insecurity; preparing children for success in school, work, and life; and connecting those in crisis with resources to pay bills and stay in their homes both during the COVID-19 pandemic and beyond.

09/16/2020
Metrocrest Services

Support those less fortunate in our Carrollton community by helping Metrocrest Services meet its goal of raising money for North Texas Giving Day tomorrow (Thursday, Sept. 17).

Donations made before noon on Sept. 17 will contribute to a $5,000 matching grant.

For more details, visit https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3953/27

How can you make a difference this #NTxGivingDay?

Our CEO, Tracy Eubanks, is inviting the community to show your support and help us build a stronger community together on this special day.

Donate now and help us reach our goal: https://www.northtexasgivingday.org/metrocrestservices

Details for the memorial service for fallen Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue Captain Lee Holbert are below. For more informa...
09/16/2020

Details for the memorial service for fallen Carrollton Texas Fire Rescue Captain Lee Holbert are below. For more information, including where to share a memory or show support for the family, click here: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3955/27

Reminder:
The memorial service for Captain Lee Holbert will be held Monday, September 21 at Prestonwood Baptist Church, 6801 W Park Blvd, Plano at 11 a.m.

Public welcome

Anyone wishing to honor Captain Holbert by donating to a charity may do so by giving to the Wounded Warrior Project.

You can view the memorial service right here on the CFR Facebook.

More details:
https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3955/27

Got a few minutes to donate blood?🩸 Public donations are being accepted at the American Red Cross Blood Drive at Crosby ...
09/15/2020

Got a few minutes to donate blood?🩸 Public donations are being accepted at the American Red Cross Blood Drive at Crosby Recreation Center on Monday, September 28. To schedule an appointment visit redcrossblood.org and search for "Crosby."

Taking the 2020 Census is fast and easy! Below are a few things that may take a little longer. To complete the 2020 Cens...
09/11/2020

Taking the 2020 Census is fast and easy! Below are a few things that may take a little longer. To complete the 2020 Census, visit https://my2020census.gov/. The deadline is September 30.

Collin County residents and businesses who have been directly financially impacted by COVID-19 are encouraged to apply f...
09/11/2020

Collin County residents and businesses who have been directly financially impacted by COVID-19 are encouraged to apply for the Collin County CARES Economic Recovery and Assistance Programs.

These programs include financial help for eligible small businesses, families, and individuals who are struggling due to the pandemic.

For more details, and to apply, click here: https://www.collincountytx.gov/cares/Pages/default.aspx

Today we remember the lives of those who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks as well as the first responder...
09/11/2020

Today we remember the lives of those who died in the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks as well as the first responders who bravely answered the calls of those in their community. The City of Carrollton would like to honor those individuals and their families. #neverforget

Back to school news:  Harmony School of Innovation Carrollton begins on-campus learning this Monday, September 14. Schoo...
09/11/2020

Back to school news: Harmony School of Innovation Carrollton begins on-campus learning this Monday, September 14. School zone warning flashers will begin flashing for that area during that time. Dallas ISD schools are still scheduled to resume on-campus learning beginning Monday, October 5. All Lewisville ISD school zone times have been updated as of yesterday afternoon.

09/10/2020

It’s time to get GLOW-ing! The second Annual Glow Run is on Saturday, September 26. Light up the night while wearing glow-in-the-dark gear during an evening run.

Runners can sign up for a time slot that allows for social distancing.

Register by Monday, September 21 to get the best rate. Details: https://www.cityofcarrollton.com/Home/Components/News/News/3947/27

The deadline to sign up for the PGA Junior Golf League at Indian Creek Golf Club is September 23.⛳️
09/10/2020

The deadline to sign up for the PGA Junior Golf League at Indian Creek Golf Club is September 23.⛳️

Sign up now for our PGA Junior Golf League! The Indian Creek Arrowheads golf team is coached by PGA Professional Lucas Allen and aspiring PGA Professionals Andrew Shipman and Matthew Jarecke. The goal of our program is to teach kids about the game of golf in a fun and friendly environment. The 2020 season runs from September - November and registration is open now! Head over to www.indiancreekgolfclub.com/Instruction/Juniors for more information & to sign up today!

09/10/2020

UPDATE: Power has been restored to City Hall and Josey Ranch Lake Library.

09/10/2020

UPDATE: Power has been restored to City Hall and Josey Ranch Lake Library.
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⚠️NOTICE: ⚠️There is a power outage at Carrollton City Hall and Josey Ranch Lake Library.

Water bills can still be paid at City Hall but to save time, pay online at cityofcarrollton.com/paywaterbill. For other services visit cityofcarrollton.com.

COVID-19 is not connected with race, ethnicity, or nationality. Stigma doesn’t fight the illness and hurts innocent peop...
09/09/2020

COVID-19 is not connected with race, ethnicity, or nationality.
Stigma doesn’t fight the illness and hurts innocent people, but sharing accurate information is one of the best things we can do to keep rumor and misinformation from spreading.

Remember Carrollton, we’re in this together. Let’s lift each other up during these challenging times. ❤️

For information on reducing stigma, as well as a variety of other information resources, visit cityofcarrollton.com/coronavirus.

#ChooseKindness #CarrolltonStrong

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I see Standridge south of Rosemeade is under construction. Is there any info on city website or notice to residents? Also 1/2 lane is divided into two lanes but it’s not wide enough. Cars are all hitting the cones trying to enter the intersection. I think it would be much safer to either block off entire section of road or only allow one way traffic. This would prevent potential accidents and stop come damage to vehicles or worse hitting a worker who are in the open lane.
When will city leadership ask the taxpayers if they are willing to invest more in road repairs and a better city.
Early 80's Recycle video I did for the city.
Nobody responds to app ‘reports’. Is there an issue with responding? Thanks.
Apparently your IT department has no clue how to make your websites work. I logged in to see my water & sewer bill but the PDF files cannot be accessed. I can't pay if I can't see my bill. It is 2020, this is NOT rocket science. Hire someone who knows how to make this stuff work. 🤬🤬🤬
Just forwarding something that was sent to me and that I agree with. Gentlemen, This is a petty issue, but one that may have a deeper root I would like to comment on and have explored. On 8/7/2020, I received a citation on Hebron from an officer Van Winkle for failure to use my signal. I am ok with this as I am guilty as charged. I did the deferred plan, paid the fine, no big deal. Glad we have that in place. What is the concern was what caused that and the lack of the officer willing to “look past” a minor violation while totally missing the bigger issue… of which leads to my questions below. He was nice, very polite and represented Carrollton Professionally as I like to see. Good hire as far as I’m concerned. He was young, may be a rooky, have not checked. But I was left with the impression this was almost like a “quota” he was required to fill, and by darn, he is going to write tickets against our citizens for anything he can and there is 0 tolerance.. My pull over was a bird in the hand vs true enforcement. Short explanation is I was heading home from McDonalds about 8:30pm… Kids Friday night treat during these “at home” days. Was in center lane, going 40. I usually go slower than posted on hebron and have since the day it was widened in the 90s. Its rough and lots of traffic it and I have also spoken out on lowering the speed on hebron to 40 in the past due to heavy accidents into property/persons that may have not been as bad if things were just a little slower. So speed was not even an issue. I was in center lane and came upon a car that was previous in left lane a good bit ahead of me that moved to center… as I got closer I was taken by surprise as the car was doing about 20-25mph. I was at 40. Instead of slamming on brakes and throwing the kids McDonalds over the truck, I had to kind of abruptly get over…. Apparently I did use my signal there. As I passed it was a person on the phone looking at other things vs the road. Ok.. no big deal, see it all day. I am guessing the officer missed this… As I got over pretty abrupt from her impeding slow speed, I came up on providence or a street close to there… of which looked to have someone ready to turn out that may have thought I was in the center lane… so as a defensive safety move, I immediately went back to center lane in case they were going to turn out. Officer van winkle said this is where I failed to signal. He is probably right, its not a mental note I set in concrete, so I can’t argue.… However… when he pulled me over and I tried to explain the situation…. He wanted no explanation.. It was just ticket for me…. Ignoring what was a driver who had become a hazard on hebron for the slow speed and lack of attention, giving my no leniency for actually avoiding traffic hazards in two lane changes… one lane change I guess I did not signal.. Hey this happens. First time in years. I’m ok with that…… Happens to us all right? Needless to say, my kids treats were ruined from the time of the stop, but that is my issue… What I am concerned about is the underlying root of this. The questions and explorations I have are; Are we pushing officers to “perform” by writing as many “extra tax” tickets against our citizens for petty violations vs protecting and serving? Are they being rewarded with better hours, promotions and recognitions for what they generate in fines, leaving officers who are more tolerant to have worse hours and possible overlooks on promotions? Are we wanting a “Type A” force vs a community asset? Is this balance affecting crimes against property/citizens and other aspects in our city as officer’s role is more of a tax collector vs to “protect and serve”? As some of you know, I have been dead against our past and what is remaining motor cycle unit. They projected a self-serving bike “mob” entity within the city that was only out for their own existence… And they obtained that by grabbing it from our citizens over the most minor infraction. I can honestly say I have never been pulled over by any of them….so my opposition was strictly on the image they portrayed and the feedback from very respectable citizens voicing concern in my area. I had personally witnessed acts by the bike group like riding on sidewalks, pulling hard stunt moves to “go get the bad guy”…. Passing me at a 50+ mph different on our streets to go after the “bad guy”…. This was the worst “against the people” image I have ever seen in my almost 4 decades here. I am glad we balanced that part down…. Are we in a financial situation that requires us to up the level of fines vs due to possible lacking projected income due to corona causing ad valorem loss ,etc ? I for one do not want more taxes!!! But would rather have it come from legit necessary tax rates vs over enforcement against citizens to make up the difference. Yes we need traffic enforcement. Yes we need our police! The left move to defund in some places is insane….. I stand tall with our police! But the balance of protect and serve vs self-serve is what I am addressing. I know we all have bigger issues to fry than this, but the underlying balance is something of concern for every community to balance. Hope you are all safe and doing well, Matt Garrett – 214-878-3823 2226 Arbor Crest Dr. Carrollton, TX 75007
Many repairs needed on Standridge between Rosemeade and Peters Colony. Are these scheduled?
This is on Standridge (main road) and Southampton. For 3 years it has been reported and terrible repairs made. When will this be fixed correctly!
I didn’t hear back as to when this would be replaced. It’s behind reasonable repair and taxpayers want the road fixed. Brighton Drive.
thanks for fixing the holes....after I paint the holes..next day were fixed