The City of Plano Environmental Health Division has received several inquiries recently and would like to clarify the rules around homemade foods. The Texas Cottage Food Law does allow for certain homemade goods to be sold. Read on...
The City of Plano resumed processing recyclables on Tuesday, Jan. 10. Republic Services is using a temporary site. By resuming processing, the City will prevent approximately 90 tons a day of materials from going to the landfill. Read on...
Residents wishing to recycle cardboard only, can drop off boxes at the Texas Pure Products location at 9901 Custer Road. They will accept cardboard free of plastic, Styrofoam, packing materials, etc. Only clean cardboard will be accepted. Additional Info...
The Mayors of Garland, Mesquite, Plano and Richardson, in an unprecedented move, today announced that their cities are asking the Public Utility Commission (PUC) to conduct a review of their water rates with the North Texas Municipal Water District. Read on...
Some changes to the trash and recycling schedules are coming in January. Watch for cart tags beginning next week. If you are not impacted, you will not receive a cart tag. Read on...