District 7


​Council Member Tiffinni A. Young

City Council Dist​​rict 7​

​​​Biography​​​​

Tiffinni A. Young was reared in Pleasant Grove and spent much of her childhood in an area of Dallas known as ‘The Bottom’, as a member of Golden Gate Missionary Baptist Church, where she is still an active member. She attended the Law Magnet High School and is a proud graduate of Lincoln Humanities/Communications Magnet High School and Florida A & M University. Tiffinni attended the University of Arkansas School of Law for 2 years and spent her last year of law school as a visiting student at Texas Wesleyan School of Law.

Ms. Young was appointed to serve on the inaugural City of Dallas Youth Commission in 1994 and later appointed to the Park & Recreation Board to represent District 4 and District 7, respectively. The values instilled in her by her family and her faith, her love of community and passion for people led her to enlarge her commitment of service and run for public office. Councilwoman Young was elected to the Dallas City Council in June 2015, as the District 7 representative.

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​News and Events

2017 District 7 Bond Program Information

The City Council is considering a 2017 Bond Election and public meetings have been scheduled to provide the community an opportunity to learn what the current needs assessment is, give feedback, and offer suggestions.  I look forward to seeing you at one of the District 7 meetings detailed in the flyer below. 

2017 Bond Program Meeting Flyer

The current needs inventory is available in ​two forms: a list and a map.  Each can be accessed below.

District 7 Needs Inventory - List

District 7 Needs Inventory - Map

Proposed Management Agreement with Fair Park Texas Foundation

Park and Recreation Board Briefing​​​

Domestic Violence Task Force Annual Summary Report

The Domestic Violence Task Force released the 2015-2016 Annual Summary Report which provides analysis of the response by police, prosecutors and advocates to domestic violence in Dallas. Special thanks to the Institute for Urban Policy Research at the University of Texas at Dallas, Dallas Women’s Foundation, Mary Kay, and Verizon for making this report possible.

View the 2015-2016 Annual Summary Report on Domestic Violence

View the infographic to see a snapshot of the report​​

Helpful Re​sources ​​