In order to vote in the May 6 Addison election, you must register by April 6. You can register and get more information on voting here.
Have you started noticing the tulips around the Town? We have planted 43,300 bulbs (tulips and daffodils) so keep an eye out and don’t be afraid to snap a shot for our upcoming Spring Photo Contest. Stay tuned for more details!
They say there are only two kinds of people in the world.. The Irish and those who wish they were. Whether you are or wish you were, you should be celebrating St. Patty’s Day in Addison! Here are just some of the places where you can celebrate: Astoria Caffe & Wine Bar Flying Fish Flying […]
The deadline to file for the May 6 City Council Election has now passed. The final candidate filing is as follows: Mayor (in alphabetical order): Joe Chow Blake Clemens Council Members (in alphabetical order): Sheila Barkofske Tom Braun Ivan Hughes John Price Lori Ward Dale Wilcox Marlin Willesen In order to vote in the May […]
Town of Addison was announced as the latest local government entity to achieve specific transparency goals through the Comptroller’s Transparency Stars program. Addison received a star in the area of Traditional Finances, which recognizes entities for their outstanding efforts in making their spending and revenue information available. Transparency Stars recognizes local government entities that provide […]
A Master Transportation Plan establishes a community’s transportation policy direction and provides a long-term vision for the transportation network of a city or town. Over the past year, Addison has been updating its Master Transportation Plan that was originally adopted in 1992 and updated in 1998. Addison has hosted five community meetings, solicited input through […]
The Addison Police Department is collecting toys for Santa Cop through December 20 in the lobby of their building at 4799 Airport Parkway. They also need wrapping supplies if you have any leftovers!
Don’t pour your Holiday grease down the drain. It can cause sanitary sewer overflows by cooling and accumulating on the interior of the sewer pipes. Recycle it for free instead! The collected cooking oil and grease will be used to create biodiesel or turned into biogas for energy production. Simply drop it off at the […]
Mark your calendar and consider alternate routes as Atmos works to finish its gas line replacement along Belt Line Road. Up until now, they have been able to limit most of their work to non-peak hours. However, once they begin to tie in the new lines to existing lines they must work until the line […]
At the September 27 DART Board Meeting Addison residents made a strong show of support for the Cotton Belt with their bright yellow shirts and signs. At the meeting, the board approved their 2016-2017 budget that includes funding the Cotton Belt Project. However, the next important vote will take place on October 25 when they will […]