In September 2013, Addison was told by Oncor that for safety reasons, the Town would need to remove the playground equipment located in Oncor’s easement along the Redding Trail. A year later, the Town entered into an agreement with Oncor that allowed a three-year window for the removal of the playground and spring 2017 marks […]
The Town of Addison Parks Department is beginning to redesign the playground at Town Park and we need your help! We are asking residents to help select a manufacturer and key elements to customize the new playground for the Addison community. Please take a few minutes to fill out this survey, which includes links to […]
Friday, October 28 Les Lacs Park was overrun by ghosts and goblins during the Annual Addison Halloween Bash. Kids of all sizes enjoyed the petting zoo, games and, of course, Trunk or Treat! Many thanks to all who participated, as well as those who joined us for this fun Addison tradition.
The most dazzling and magical time of the year is here! Vitruvian Park transforms into a Magical Holiday Wonderland during Vitruvian Lights; Friday, November 25, 2016 – Sunday, January 1, 2017. On November 25, Town of Addison Mayor Todd Meier “flips the switch” at 6:00pm! The merriment continues with a performance by The Jordan Kahn […]
Addison’s furry residents enjoyed a dip in the Athletic Club pool this weekend. An Addison resident captured the escapades on video and shared them with us. Enjoy! Thanks to another Addison resident for sharing these great photos!
Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service presents Earth-Kind® WaterWise Landscape Co-sponsored by the Addison Parks Department August 20 9:00 AM – NOON (8:30 Registration) Addison Athletic Club 3900 Beltway Dr. Cost: $15 Fall is the perfect time to plant! Come hear Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service Horticultural Specialist Dr. Steve George explain which Earth-Kind® plants will […]
Last week the Dallas Morning News published a story about the Dallas Zoo’s partnership with the city of Dallas to recycle tree trimmings into food for the elephants. After reading the article Council Member Jim Duffy suggested we research the possibility of donating the root balls from the recently cut photinias along Beltway Drive to […]
The Addison Athletic Club recently received some new equipment! In addition to adding a new Hammer Strength weight circuit, they installed a Life Fitness SYNRGY360 system (pictured). This system is like a jungle gym for adults and offers a wide variety of functional training exercises. Functional training has become very popular because it helps develop muscles […]
When most people hear “Plant Native” in Texas, they think of cactus, rocks, and gravel…not the most appealing image for your home landscaping! However, Texas SmartScape provides numerous aesthetically appealing options that are also economically and ecologically beneficial for the environment. Learn how to design, care, and plant your new geographically compatible landscape today by […]
The Winnwood Ponds are naturally occurring waterways located in the eastern section of Addison. Since they were last dredged in 2000, a considerable amount of silt and sediment has built up in the ponds and now must be removed to restore the storage capacity. This $1.16 million dredging/desilting project recently approved by Council will not only improve the […]