City of Dallas introduces its tree giveaway program Branch Out Dallas on Oct. 27, 2018.
The City of Dallas is introducing a new program called Branch Out Dallas to give residents a tree at no cost for their home.
“We are extremely excited to offer this program which is focused on trees and the benefits they provide to homes.
The City of Forney is excited to announce that fast casual bakery-café, Panera Bread will soon be opening a location in Forney.
The City of Dallas City Council recently unanimously passed a resolution to establish itself as a Welcoming City and accept a Strategic Welcoming Plan to guide the City’s efforts
The Forney City Council is elected at large by the voters who live within the city limits of Forney, and the City Charter declares Forney to be a Home Charter municipal designed to be led by a city manager whose job description assures him considerable authority over all city operations.
The Forney Police Department is excited to announce its latest effort to deter crime in our community, the “Forney Community Cam” project. This project is a collaboration with residents who have surveillance systems at their home or business.
On Tuesday night Forney residents packed city hall to confront the City Council and extensively explain why they’re opposed to Petro-Hunt developers building a 1.2 million square foot distribution center at the corner of CR 212 (Helms Trail) and US Highway 80.
With the November election quickly approaching, on Thursday evening Republican candidate for Kaufman County Justice of the Peace Precinct 2 Amy Tarno held a friendly meet and greet at Forney Ice House Burgers and Barstools.
On Thursday afternoon Forney ISD Superintendent Dr. Justin Terry was the Keynote Speaker at the monthly membership luncheon of the Forney Chamber of Commerce
During the City Managers portion of last week’s City Council meeting, Council Member Kevin Moon made a statement regarding concern for the status of the Forney Animal Shelter.
On Tuesday night the Forney Council listened to a lengthy presentation made by city contracted trash collectors, Consolidated Waste Disposal (CWD).
At the regular meeting Monday night, the Rockwall City Council adopted the effective tax rate, which results in the lowest rate in more than a decade.