District 12


Council Member Sandy Greyson

City Council District 12​​​​

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​News & Ev​​ents​

June 13, 2019 

BRUSH & BULK TRASH DELAYS – STORM UPDATE

Sanitation crews are working diligently to remove the debris from the storm on June 9. Bulk and brush pickup will continue for June, but residents are being asked to help with storm debris collection by limiting bulk set-outs in June. Also, residents are asked to separate tree debris from other trash and plastic bags. Only storm debris will be collected in July.  Normal bulk and brush pick up will resume in August.

Until further notice, Code Compliance will suspend citations for early or late set out of storm related brush/debris only.

 Please go to www.dallaszerowaste.com for sanitation transfer station locations and to 311 to report storm debris or downed limbs in roadways.


June 12, 2019

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June 5, 2019


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Dear Friend,

It has been an honor and a privilege to serve as your District 12 city council representative for the past eight years.  Together we have accomplished many good things for our district including the upcoming redevelopment of the Hillcrest Village Shopping Center, the construction of 850 single family homes in a beautiful new neighborhood at University Place on Coit Road, and a new sprayground and trail extensions at Timberglen Recreation Center.

You are invited to attend the 2019 Inauguration Ceremony on June 17th at the Winspear Opera House.  Please see the invitation below and join the city council as they say goodbye to those members who are leaving and welcome the incoming members and a new mayor.

Thank you and I wish you well,               

Sandy

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May 20, 2019 

UPDATE

HILLCREST VILLAGE SHOPPING CENTER at HILLCREST and ARAPAHO

Although it may seem like nothing is happening, there's actually a lot going on with Hillcrest Village Shopping Center.  Construction plans are complete.  Repairs to the roof and other miscellaneous maintenance work will be starting late this month or in early June.  Construction on the shopping center is projected to start in July.

 Design of the park is complete and an artist has been chosen to create the public art piece that will front the park on Arapaho. 

Park construction is projected to start in the fall and be completed around the same time as the shopping center renovation wraps up in late spring of 2020.  Because the park will be a public city park, its construction will be managed by the Dallas Park Department.

 With regard to the vacant grocery store, negotiations between the owner and a potential lessee are ongoing.

On a related note, Code Enforcement has been in discussions with the grocery store property manager about not allowing overnight truck parking on the Hillcrest side of the property.  When I drove by a few evenings ago, nine 18-wheelers and a pickup truck were parked there.  Because it's private commercial property, Code cannot cite for the parking if the owner chooses to allow it. However, the property owners have now contracted with a towing company to assist with removing the trailers off the lot.

Sandy


May 16, 2019 

$1 Dog Day Wednesdays through June at Dallas Animal Services

What $1 adoptions on all adoptable and pre-adoptable dogs six months and older at all Dallas Animal Services (DAS) locations every Wednesday through June 26th.

Who Dallas Animal Services

When 11 a.m. - 7 p.m. at the main DAS shelter
10 a.m. - 8 p.m. at PetSmart Everyday Adoption Center

Where Dallas Animal Services Main Shelter- 1818 N Westmoreland Rd., Dallas, TX 75212
PetSmart Everyday Adoption Center- 16821 N Coit Rd., Dallas, TX 75248 

$1 covers all adoption fees, including heartworm testing, vaccinations and spay/neutering.




May 13, 2019

Public Works Post-Construction Survey and Consolidated Project Map.


The Department of Public Works has worked with the Communication and Information Services (CIS) Department to launch an online, post-construction survey for residents and businesses to complete once a Public Works construction project has been completed. At the start of every project, as part of the door hanger or project letter that serves as notification of the coming project, a unique project identification number will be included in the notification. Once the project is completed, residents and businesses will be able to answer eight yes/no questions and one open-ended question for other comments. The survey, which will be available in both English and Spanish, is scheduled to go live by June 1, 2019.

 

Also, the Department of Public Works has worked with the CIS Department to create a consolidated map of bond projects, Dallas Water Utility projects, and Public Works maintenance projects. The consolidated map, which will be used for project identification, coordination and collaboration, is located at https://gis.dallascityhall.com/bond/#/view/interdepartmental-projects. The Department of Public Works has also consolidated its most-frequently requested maps, including the 2017 Bond Program, the Needs Inventory, and Right-of-Way Permits; the maps are located at https://www.dallascityhall.com/departments/public-works/Pages/Data-and-Maps.aspx.



February 15, 2019

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September 24, 2018 
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Dallas 311 is undergoing a MAJOR transition. Find out how you may be impacted.

http://www.dallascitynews.net/dallas-311-launches-major-website-upgrade-new-mobile-app 





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​Please review these two documents from Dallas County Health and Human Services about the Zika virus and other mosquito-borne diseases.

Zika Virus One Page Summary

Mosquito Viruses Information


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