Let Love Where You Live be your next group volunteer project, celebrate the success of Clear the Shelters, get details on Plano's 20% homestead exemption and more in this week's Plano City News.
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Change takes effect Sept. 3, 2019.
Plano Parks and Recreation is implementing a new age requirements policy effective Sept. 3, 2019. Children younger than 10 must be accompanied by an adult or guardian 16 years of age or older at any Plano recreation center or pool. This change in policy c...
Looking for a City experience like no other? Apply for the 2019-20 Plano Citizens Academy.
Register for Fall Classes Now
Registration for residents started Saturday, Aug.3 for the Fall Parks and Recreation leisure classes. Get fit, learn a new skill or just meet new people.
Check out the Schedule!
Sometimes you need a little extra help and the City's Day Labor Center always has someone ready to work. On Monday, the Day Labor Center marked its 25th anniversary.
Since 1994, it has given local workers a safe and legal alternative to the old chaotic way of doing things – connecting community contractors with laborers for short-term employment. The center serves an average of 2,500 laborers and 800 contrac...
It's not uncommon to see a bobcat any time during the year. To discourage a visit from a bobcat or coyote to your home the attached tips may help.
Consider these simple tips.
Summer may be winding down but you still have time to learn a new language. The Plano Public Library has a huge selection of books and resources.
The Plano Public Library has a huge selection of books and resources. If you already know a language but want to brush up on it, hit the Library’s World Language collection. You’ll find books in popular languages: Hindi, Chinese and Sp...
Did you know many energy providers offer 100% renewable energy plans?
What are you doing about it? Plano's Environmental Health and Sustainability (EHS) team is proactively protecting Plano residents from these unwelcome pests.
Take a look back at 2018 for how our water performed throughout the testing year.
Read Plano's Annual Water Quality ReportVisit our water quality page.
Before you tear through your closet, garage or garden, follow these rules for recycling or disposing of unwanted items.
The City of Plano asks you to water lawns and landscapes only two times a week.
Avoid watering between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m. and when rain is in the forecast. Based on the last digit of your home address, follow this schedule:
• Even digit (plus zero and homeowners associations): Monday & Thursday• &...
If you struggle with remembering when to place your recycling cart out for collection, we've got a new tool for you. Get reminders by text or email to your favorite device (or both).
Alerts are sent the night before your collection between 4 p.m. and 7 p.m. (you pick the time). The reminders adjust with the City's holiday collection schedule. A special thanks to our Kings Ridge HOA residents for helping with testing.