Filing for the May 2018 Addison City Council election started on January 17, 2018 and ends on February 16, 2018 at 5pm. Candidate packets are available in the City Secretary’s office at Town Hall at 5300 Belt Line Road Monday through Friday from 8am – 5pm.
The Town has received numerous questions and complaints about the temperature in the fitness wing of the Athletic Club. We recognize this is a serious issue and we really appreciate your patience as we work to fix it. Unfortunately, the “fix” is not a quick one. That HVAC system, which was installed in 2003 as part […]
The Town of Addison announced today the kick off of a new False Alarm Reduction program aimed at reducing the number of false alarm calls. The Addison Police Department receives an average of 2,100 alarm calls a year and false alarms account for approximately 95% of those calls. These false alarms divert law enforcement resources […]
After the first of the year, Addison will be starting several projects that will include Advisory Committees, including the following: Parks Master Plan Belt Line Road Streetscape Enhancements Zoning and Sign Code Revisions Economic Development Strategic Plan Addison Circle/Cotton Belt Special Area Study If you are a resident or member of the Addison business community […]
On Thursday, November 2, we celebrated the reopening of Addison’s oldest park, Town Park, located at 3799 Sidney Drive. Mayor Joe Chow, Mayor Pro Tempore Ivan Hughes, and Council Member Lori Ward were joined by Town staff, representatives of the playground manufacturer, Landscape Structures, and the installer, Recreation Consultants of Texas, the Chick-Fil-A Cow and […]
When Amazon.com Inc. announced they were going to be searching for a second headquarter location, Addison, like many communities throughout the country, began devouring the request for proposal (RFP) prepared by the company. The RFP highlighted the attributes Amazon is searching for in a potential community. To the winner would come 50,000 new full-time jobs […]
The 13th annual MK5K and One Mile Fun Run will begin at 8am on October 7 at the Mary Kay headquarters. The goal of the event is to raise awareness about domestic violence and cancers that affect women. There will be some lane closures along the route from 7am – 10am. Get a full list here.
At the September 26 DART Board meeting, the DART Board approved the 2018 Budget and 20-year Financial Plan that includes the accelerated schedule for the Cotton Belt rail line. Many thanks to the dozens of residents who have joined Council at the DART Board meetings to show the community’s support for the project. DART Chair […]
When you invite 50,000 people into your Town for a party, it takes some time to get things set up and put away afterward! We appreciate your patience as we prepare to host Addison’s 30th Oktoberfest celebration. We hope you will join us: Addison Oktoberfest dates and times: Thursday, September 14, 2017: 6pm – 11pm […]
You are invited to attend a community open house to review the progress of the Cotton Belt Regional Rail Corridor Project. DART, in cooperation with the Federal Transit Administration (FTA), the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA), and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), is preparing an Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) to assess the impacts and benefits of […]