City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government

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Operating as usual

06/29/2021

The City of Duncanville hosts an incredible day of family-friendly fun to celebrate Independence Day! Guests can enjoy a parade in the morning, then come back in the evening for a night of great music, delicious food and fun for kids and adults of all ages.

Independence Day Parade

Saturday, July 3, 2021
9:00 am

The Independence Day Parade is facilitated by the Duncanville Lion’s Club and begins at 9:00 am on Saturday, July 3, 2021. The Parade route starts on Wheatland Road at Freeman Street, heads west and turns right on North Main Street then ends at North Main Street and Freeman Street.

Residents are welcome to set up blankets and chairs along the parade route to enjoy the fun and creative float entries.

Independence Day Celebration

Saturday, July 3, 2021
6:00 pm
Armstrong Park | 100 James Collins Blvd

Celebrate our country’s Independence at a family-friendly event featuring live music, delicious food, bounce houses, face painters & more! Guests under 18 must be accompanied by an adult. Wristbands are required for entry – pick up wristbands at the Recreation Center starting June 14; limit 5 per person and must be 18 years old or older. Bags and coolers subject to inspection. No alcohol, glass containers, tents, canopies, large umbrellas, non-service animals, personal drones or fireworks allowed.

The fireworks show will begin around 9:30 pm.

Stop by the Duncanville Parks and Recreation Center soon to pick up your wristbands for the upcoming celebration!
06/22/2021

Stop by the Duncanville Parks and Recreation Center soon to pick up your wristbands for the upcoming celebration!

🇺🇸 Wristbands are still available for this year's Independence Day Celebration! There is a limit of 5 wristbands per person & you must be 18 years or older to pick up. Get yours before they are gone!

Duncanville Recreation Center
201 James Collins Blvd.
Duncanville, TX 75116

Mon - Fri 6:30am - 9:00pm
Sat 9:00am - 5:00pm

City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government

Your City Updates for June 21, 2021
06/21/2021
Your City Updates for June 21, 2021

Your City Updates for June 21, 2021

Catch up on last week's Council meeting, open positions, and upcoming events The Champion Weekly News for June 21, 2021 Welcome to the Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsle

“To be the father of a nation is a great honor, but to be the father of a family is a greater joy.” ~ Nelson Mandela
06/20/2021

“To be the father of a nation is a great honor, but to be the father of a family is a greater joy.” ~ Nelson Mandela

“To be the father of a nation is a great honor, but to be the father of a family is a greater joy.” ~ Nelson Mandela

"Juneteenth has never been a celebration of victory or an acceptance of the way things are. It’s a celebration of progre...
06/19/2021

"Juneteenth has never been a celebration of victory or an acceptance of the way things are. It’s a celebration of progress. It’s an affirmation that despite the most painful parts of our history, change is possible ... and there is still so much work to do.” ~Barack Obama

"Juneteenth has never been a celebration of victory or an acceptance of the way things are. It’s a celebration of progress. It’s an affirmation that despite the most painful parts of our history, change is possible ... and there is still so much work to do.” ~Barack Obama

Pick up your wristbands at the Duncanville Recreation Center soon!
06/17/2021

Pick up your wristbands at the Duncanville Recreation Center soon!

🇺🇸 Have you picked up your wristbands for this year's Independence Day Celebration ⁉️

The event is FREE but a wristband is REQUIRED to join the festivities. Limit 5 wristbands per person. Must be 18 years or older to pick up.

Duncanville Recreation Center
201 James Collins Blvd.
Monday - Friday 6:30 AM - 9:00 PM
Saturday - 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM

We are still accepting vendor applications. Spots are limited. Deadline to submit a vendor application is Friday, June 18, 2021. For more information contact the Recreation Center at 972-780-5070 or visit https://www.duncanville.com/2021-independence-day-parade-celebration/

Have you seen our latest news?
06/17/2021
Duncanville News for June 14, 2021

Have you seen our latest news?

City Council Meets, Upcoming Events and FREE Mosquito Dunks The Champion Weekly News for June 14, 2021 Welcome to the Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsletter, intended to

Looking to prevent mosquitoes? Free MosquitoDunks are available now at Duncanville City Hall - Permitting Department. Pl...
06/15/2021

Looking to prevent mosquitoes? Free MosquitoDunks are available now at Duncanville City Hall - Permitting Department. Place one in birth baths, ponds, or plant trays to kill mosquito larvae. It's harmless to people, pets and other animals. (Limit one package per household.)

Looking to prevent mosquitoes? Free MosquitoDunks are available now at Duncanville City Hall - Permitting Department. Place one in birth baths, ponds, or plant trays to kill mosquito larvae. It's harmless to people, pets and other animals. (Limit one package per household.)

Coffee with the Mayor returns tomorrow, June 16, 2021 at 8:30 AM. All Duncanville residents are invited to join the conv...
06/15/2021

Coffee with the Mayor returns tomorrow, June 16, 2021 at 8:30 AM. All Duncanville residents are invited to join the conversation on Zoom (https://bit.ly/3vmhh9m). Come and chat about life in Duncanville with Mayor Barry L. Gordon.

Coffee with the Mayor returns tomorrow, June 16, 2021 at 8:30 AM. All Duncanville residents are invited to join the conversation on Zoom (https://bit.ly/3vmhh9m). Come and chat about life in Duncanville with Mayor Barry L. Gordon.

Duncanville News for June 14, 2021
06/14/2021
Duncanville News for June 14, 2021

Duncanville News for June 14, 2021

City Council Meets, Upcoming Events and FREE Mosquito Dunks The Champion Weekly News for June 14, 2021 Welcome to the Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsletter, intended to

📌 Grid operator requests energy conservationAUSTIN, TX, June 14, 2021 – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT...
06/14/2021
Tight grid conditions expected due to high number of forced generation outages - City of Duncanville, Texas, USA

📌 Grid operator requests energy conservation

AUSTIN, TX, June 14, 2021 – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is asking Texans to reduce electric use as much as possible today through Friday, June 18. A significant number of forced generation outages combined with potential record electric use for the month of June has resulted in tight grid conditions.

Generator owners have reported approximately 11,000 MW of generation is on forced outage for repairs; of that, approximately 8,000 MW is thermal and the rest is intermittent resources. According to the summer Seasonal Assessment of Resource Adequacy, a typical range of thermal generation outages on hot summer days is around 3,600 MW. One MW typically powers around 200 homes on a summer day.

Read more at https://bit.ly/3iCz49z

Grid operator requests energy conservation AUSTIN, TX, June 14, 2021 – The Electric Reliability Council of Texas (ERCOT) is asking Texans to reduce electric use as much as possible today through Friday, June 18. A significant number of forced generation outages combined with potential record elect...

Have you seen our latest news?
06/10/2021
Duncanville Updates, June 7, 2021

Have you seen our latest news?

See last week's City Council meeting and more! The Champion Weekly News for June 7, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsletter, intended to keep you upd

06/09/2021

🇺🇸 Have you saved the date for this year's Independence Day Celebration? Join us as we celebrate our nation's 245th birthday!

Parade - 9:00 AM
Celebration - 6:00 PM
Fireworks - 9:30 PM

Event is FREE but a wristband is REQUIRED to enter the festivities. We will announce soon when you can pick up a wristband.

We are still accepting vendor applications. Spots are limited. Deadline to submit a vendor application is Friday, June 18, 2021.

#4thofjuly #independenceday #cityofchampions

City of Duncanville, Texas Municipal Government Duncanville Lions Club The Inspiration Band = PARTY, FUN & Plenty of Dancing

Duncanville Updates, June 7, 2021
06/07/2021
Duncanville Updates, June 7, 2021

Duncanville Updates, June 7, 2021

See last week's City Council meeting and more! The Champion Weekly News for June 7, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsletter, intended to keep you upd

06/04/2021

Update as of June 4th at 12:30am

Mr. White has been located and is back safe with his family.

*** MISSING PERSON ***

We are asking for your help in locating 74 year old William (Mike) White. Mr. White was last seen in Duncanville at 11:45am today, June 3rd. He mentioned he was possibly headed to Lowes in Mansfield but it is unknown if he ever made it to that location. According to relatives Mr. White has recently become confused and may no longer be able to find his way home. He is driving a white in color Toyota Solara with Texas License Plate 2DVLL. Anyone who sees Mr. White or his vehicle is asked to call police.

05/31/2021

Area Flood Advisory

New Alert

THE NATIONAL WEATHER SERVICE IN FORT WORTH HAS ISSUED A
* URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOOD ADVISORY FOR POOR DRAINAGE AREAS FOR... COLLIN COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS... DALLAS COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS... SOUTHEASTERN GRAYSON COUNTY IN NORTH CENTRAL TEXAS...

* UNTIL 915 PM CDT.

* AT 604 PM CDT, DOPPLER RADAR INDICATED HEAVY RAIN DUE TO THUNDERSTORMS. THIS WILL CAUSE URBAN AND SMALL STREAM FLOODING. LOW LYING AND/OR POOR DRAINAGE AREAS WILL EXPERIENCE MINOR FLOODING IN THE ADVISORY AREA. BETWEEN 1 AND 3 INCHES OF RAIN HAVE FALLEN.
SOME LOCATIONS THAT WILL EXPERIENCE FLOODING INCLUDE... DALLAS, PLANO, GARLAND, IRVING, GRAND PRAIRIE, MESQUITE, MCKINNEY, CARROLLTON, FRISCO, RICHARDSON, LEWISVILLE, ALLEN, FLOWER MOUND, ROWLETT, DESOTO, GRAPEVINE, CEDAR HILL, WYLIE, COPPELL AND DUNCANVILLE.

ADDITIONAL RAINFALL OF UP TO 2 INCHES IS POSSIBLE. THIS ADDITIONAL RAIN WILL RESULT IN MINOR FLOODING.

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...
TURN AROUND, DON'T DROWN WHEN ENCOUNTERING FLOODED ROADS. MOST FLOOD DEATHS OCCUR IN VEHICLES. STAY AWAY OR BE SWEPT AWAY. RIVER BANKS AND CULVERTS CAN BECOME UNSTABLE AND UNSAFE

Memorial Day: Celebrate, Remember, and Honor.
05/31/2021

Memorial Day: Celebrate, Remember, and Honor.

Memorial Day: Celebrate, Remember, and Honor.

Duncanville Updates for this Memorial Day, May 31, 2021
05/31/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 31, 2021

Duncanville Updates for this Memorial Day, May 31, 2021

Memorial Day, City Council Meets, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 31, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newsletter, intended to keep you update

05/31/2021

Come out this Saturday, June 5, 2021 from 8am - 11am at Lakeside Park and join other volunteers in cleaning the community jewel that is the lake @ Lakeside Park and the surrounding creek. Cleanup supplies will be provided.
#KeepDuncanvilleBeautiful

Make plans to attend the Memorial Day Remember & Honor event happening Monday at Memorial Park. Info in this week's emai...
05/29/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

Make plans to attend the Memorial Day Remember & Honor event happening Monday at Memorial Park. Info in this week's email newsletter.

A Memorial Day Event, Scam Alert, Apply for Boards & Commissions, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 24, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newslet

Enforcement starts June 1st at 8:00am
05/28/2021

Enforcement starts June 1st at 8:00am

The City of Duncanville has received numerous complaints about vehicles being parked on Public Roadway in designated No Parking Fire Lane in the Sunset Village Neighborhood. Enforcement for parking violations will begin on June 1, 2021 at 8am.

If you haven't had a chance to read your weekly update, here is another opportunity to get updated on all that's going o...
05/26/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

If you haven't had a chance to read your weekly update, here is another opportunity to get updated on all that's going on.

A Memorial Day Event, Scam Alert, Apply for Boards & Commissions, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 24, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newslet

DUNCANVILLE, TX – Duncanville Police Department is currently investigating several financial fraud offenses committed ag...
05/25/2021

DUNCANVILLE, TX – Duncanville Police Department is currently investigating several financial fraud offenses committed against the elderly and other vulnerable citizens within the city. Officers have been made aware of new methods being used by fraud suspects, which can include gifts being delivered to the homes of victims to make the scam appear more credible. The scammer may use these unsolicited gifts to convince potential victims there is a larger prize to be had, but usually with a catch. These offenses have been conducted over the phone, by text, mail, and via the internet.

Most scams start with unsolicited contact from people posing as employees from government agencies, utility companies, the lottery commission, or even as friends or family members.

Never trust caller ID. Identify the caller and the company or agency they represent. Ask questions, but don’t answer theirs. Verify what you are provided by researching that information yourself or by having someone you trust do so. If you are being pressured to provide personal information immediately, it should raise your suspicion. Don’t be surprised if, during phone scams, the caller becomes belligerent or hangs up when told you want to verify their information. This is a good indication of an attempted scam.

Don’t give your personal or financial information in response to an unexpected request. Legitimate organizations won’t call, email or text to ask for your personal information, like your Social Security, bank account, or credit card numbers.

Remember, if they are asking for money for you to get money it is most likely a scam. Legitimate organizations will also never ask to be paid by gift card.

If you believe you have been a victim of fraud, please contact the Duncanville Police Department at 972-223-6111 extension 3 to file a report. For additional information or resources call the National Elder Fraud Hotline at 1-833-372-8311.

https://bit.ly/3vl0F2p

#scamalert #fraud #duncanvillepolice

DUNCANVILLE, TX – Duncanville Police Department is currently investigating several financial fraud offenses committed against the elderly and other vulnerable citizens within the city. Officers have been made aware of new methods being used by fraud suspects, which can include gifts being delivered to the homes of victims to make the scam appear more credible. The scammer may use these unsolicited gifts to convince potential victims there is a larger prize to be had, but usually with a catch. These offenses have been conducted over the phone, by text, mail, and via the internet.

Most scams start with unsolicited contact from people posing as employees from government agencies, utility companies, the lottery commission, or even as friends or family members.

Never trust caller ID. Identify the caller and the company or agency they represent. Ask questions, but don’t answer theirs. Verify what you are provided by researching that information yourself or by having someone you trust do so. If you are being pressured to provide personal information immediately, it should raise your suspicion. Don’t be surprised if, during phone scams, the caller becomes belligerent or hangs up when told you want to verify their information. This is a good indication of an attempted scam.

Don’t give your personal or financial information in response to an unexpected request. Legitimate organizations won’t call, email or text to ask for your personal information, like your Social Security, bank account, or credit card numbers.

Remember, if they are asking for money for you to get money it is most likely a scam. Legitimate organizations will also never ask to be paid by gift card.

If you believe you have been a victim of fraud, please contact the Duncanville Police Department at 972-223-6111 extension 3 to file a report. For additional information or resources call the National Elder Fraud Hotline at 1-833-372-8311.

https://bit.ly/3vl0F2p

#scamalert #fraud #duncanvillepolice

Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021
05/24/2021
Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

Duncanville Updates, May 24, 2021

A Memorial Day Event, Scam Alert, Apply for Boards & Commissions, and more! The Champion Weekly News for May 24, 2021 Welcome to your Weekly News, a digital supplement to your monthly Champion Newslet

From US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas: Afternoon Radar Update: Expect more of what you see on the radar righ...
05/23/2021

From US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas: Afternoon Radar Update: Expect more of what you see on the radar right now. A steady stream of showers producing light to moderate rain; occasionally heavy. Rainfall totals thru the end of the day generally less than 1/4 inch #dfwwx #ctxwx

From US National Weather Service Fort Worth Texas: Afternoon Radar Update: Expect more of what you see on the radar right now. A steady stream of showers producing light to moderate rain; occasionally heavy. Rainfall totals thru the end of the day generally less than 1/4 inch #dfwwx #ctxwx

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203 E. Wheatland Rd.
Duncanville, TX
75116-4818

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