What: BOPA Recycling Event (Batteries, Oil, latex Paint, and Antifreeze)
When: This Saturday, February14, 2015, from 8:00-11:00 a.m
Where: Texas A&M AgriLife Research & Extension Center, 17360 Coit, Dallas TX 75252
Who: Residents of the following cities are eligible to attend
Addison, Garland, Rowlett
Dallas, Highland Park, Sachse
DeSoto, Irving, Seagoville
Duncanville, Mesquite, Sunnyvale
Farmers Branch, Richardson, University Park
AND Unincorporated Dallas County
MORE: See the attachment for more details or call (214) 670-4475
At 11:30am on Thursday, January 8th, County Judge Clay Jenkins, County Administrator Darryl Martin and officials from the Dallas County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management had a conference call with Dennis Cavanaugh of the National Weather Service. Based on the most current weather information, it is not anticipated that there will be a need to deviate from normal Dallas County work hours this week.
There may be precipitation Friday morning between 6am-noon, such as light snow or sleet, but the NWS is not expecting significant accumulation. Skies will be clear in the afternoon with highs in the mid 30’s. The best chance for precipitation will be Saturday night after sunset through Sunday morning. Temperatures will be right around freezing and rain could freeze on contact. Please be careful when traveling over elevated surfaces, including bridges and overpasses. The rain should taper off Sunday and no additional precipitation is expected before Monday.
For Immediate Release
January 7, 2015
Today, our Emergency Management staff talked with the Texas Division of Emergency Management and the City of Dallas and City of Irving Offices of Emergency Management as well as others regarding the earthquakes that have been occurring in Dallas County.
In Dallas County, we use an “All Hazards Approach” to emergency response and preparedness which includes earthquake planning. This week our emergency management staff will conduct a conference call with SMU and city emergency managers to discuss technical information and develop additional guidance to better ensure our plans and procedures are up-to-date and specific to this type of hazard.
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“At 4:00pm on Tuesday, December 30th, County Judge Clay Jenkins, County Administrator Darryl Martin and officials from the Dallas County Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Management had a conference call with Tom Bradshaw of the National Weather Service. Based on the most current weather information, it is not anticipated that there will be a need to deviate from normal Dallas County work hours this week.
It is expected that temperatures will dip slightly below freezing tonight but not enough to cause widespread road problems. It’s possible we’ll receive precipitation on New Year’s Eve and likely the morning of New Year’s Day; however, temperatures are not anticipated to be low enough to cause widespread problems on the Eastern side of the metroplex. Conditions are expected to be worse west of Dallas County. Please exercise caution on the roadways and we wish everyone a very happy and safe New Year.”