Dallas County Recognizes Employees of the Month and Employee of the Year, Together for the First Time, with an Official Ceremony Today

By: Maria Arita, PIO
Tuesday, December 18, 2012

[Dallas County Commissioners Court, Tuesday December 18, 2012] – In a motion made by Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins and seconded by Commissioner Mike Cantrell, the Commissioners Court authorized the creation of an Employee Recognition Program today to encourage recognition of dedicated employees who represent the best and brightest in the County workforce. In that spirit Commissioners announced Employees of the Month for all departments as well as the most coveted of all County employee awards, Employee of the Year. Continue reading “Dallas County Recognizes Employees of the Month and Employee of the Year, Together for the First Time, with an Official Ceremony Today”

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Dallas County Emergency Preparedness

2012

Winter Weather

Winters in Dallas County can mean a variety of fluctuating conditions which can include snow or subfreezing temperatures as well as strong winds or even ice or heavy rain storms. Winter weather can affect heat, power and communications services. Because we maintain a normal temperate climate, residents can be caught off guard when severe winter weather hits.

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Jail Escapee Incident

MEDIA STATEMENT: Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Regarding last night’s jail escapee incident: Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins’s statement on behalf of Dallas County

Parkland, Sheriff Valdez and the Commissioners Court broke ground this week on a state of the art $40 million dollar medical facility within the Dallas County Jail that, once completed, will virtually eliminate the need for inmates to be transported to outside hospitals. Continue reading “Jail Escapee Incident”