Plano joins Neighbor Cities & Collin County in Declaring Public Health Emergency
The City of Plano today declared a local state of disaster for public health emergency.
Number of Collin County cases: 38Number of Plano cases: 13 (1 deceased, with complications from an underlying health condition)See state-by-state statistics at www.Covidtracking.com
On March 16, 2020, the City of Plano declared a local state of di...
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March 2 through March 30 is when the North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) performs the annual chlorine maintenance of our water system.
If you notice a slight change in smell or taste, try these tips:
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You’ll soon receive a letter asking you to complete the 2020 Census online. It’s never been more important for you to take the Census. For every person who goes uncounted on this Census, our community loses $15,000 over the next 10 years.
Many grant dollars our city, school districts, nonprofits and community organizations receive for programs and services are based on the population count. Census data is vital to emergency response, healthcare, police and fire services, roadways...
The City of Plano is working with the Texas Department of Transportation (TxDOT) to improve the intersection at Preston Road and the President George Bush Turnpike (PGBT). Construction is expected to begin this week and will continue through 2021.
The improvements include:
Dial back on landscape watering and save on your water bill. Lawns and outdoor plants require much less watering as we roll into colder temperatures.
Whether you are a resident or a business, please shift to the winter watering schedule on Friday, Nov. 1. Limit sprinkler use to once-a-week. If the last digit of your address is odd (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), your water day is Tuesday. If the digit is even (0, 2, ...
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