Duncanville City Council Agenda 16Sept2018 Item 4 of 4

MEETING: City Council - September 18, 2018 TITLE: Consider an Ordinance of the City of Duncanville, Texas, Levying Ad Valorem Taxes for the Year 2018 at a rate of $0.748447 per one hundred dollars ($100.00) assessed valuation on all taxable property within the Corporate limits of the City as of January 1, 2018, to provide …

Duncanville City Council Agenda 16Sept2018 Item 3 of 4

MEETING: City Council - September 18, 2018 TITLE: Consider an Ordinance of the City of Duncanville, Texas, approving and adopting a budget for the City for the Fiscal Year October 1, 2018, through September 30, 2019; providing that expenditures for said Fiscal Year shall be made in accordance with said Budget. BACKGROUND/HISTORY: As required by …

Duncanville City Council Agenda 16Sept2018 Item 2 of 4

MEETING: City Council - September 18, 2018 TITLE: Consider a Resolution authorizing purchase #18-110 for a grapple/brush truck from Southwest International Trucks, Inc. through The Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (Buy Board) Contract #521-16 in the expenditure amount of $182,504.18. BACKGROUND/HISTORY: The Equipment Services Division of the Public Works Department reviews the Fleet Rotation Schedule annually …

Duncanville City Council Agenda 16Sept2018 Item 1 of 4

MEETING: City Council - September 18, 2018 TITLE: Consider approval of a Resolution approving the terms and conditions of Amendment No. 1 to the Dallas County Dallas Area Household Hazardous Waste Network Interlocal Agreement to coordinate the planning and implementation of a Hazardous Waste Collection Program for October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2019, for …

Duncanville City Council Actions (3 of 4) 5June2018 – Approval of Code Enforcement Officer

ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION ITEM 5C TITLE: Consider a Resolution authorizing the application for and implementation of project/activity applications for FY2018 Community Development Block Grant funding with the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development through Dallas County. BACKGROUND/HISTORY: Every other year, the City applies for grants through the CDBG program and Dallas County to …

Duncanville City Council Actions (Part 2 of 4)

Meeting Date: 5Jan2018 ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION ITEM 5B TITLE: Consider an Ordinance amending the Code of Ordinances by amending Chapter 19, “Traffic”, Article IV “Traffic Control Devices” to add regulations applicable to the traffic control devices within the City of Duncanville; and Article VI “Stopping, Standing and Parking” to establish standards for the authority …

Duncanville City Council Actions (1 of 4) 5June2018

ITEMS FOR INDIVIDUAL CONSIDERATION ITEM 5A TITLE: Conduct a public hearing and consider an ordinance amending the comprehensive zoning ordinance and map, as heretofore amended, by amending the existing “MU-1” Mixed Use 1 District zoning to include a Specific Use Permit for a Pet Daycare and Overnight Boarding Facility (Kennels) on James Anderson Abstract 17 …

Duncanville City Council Meeting 5June2018

Agenda Items for Consideration: Consent Agenda 4B: TITLE: Consider a Resolution authorizing purchase #18-092 of police patrol and crime prevention vehicles from Caldwell Country Chevrolet, through The Local Government Purchasing Cooperative (Buy Board) Contract #521-16 in the expenditure amount of $360,610.00. BACKGROUND/HISTORY: The City of Duncanville identifies its fleet needs annually in the budget process …

Moving Forward with the Fieldhouse Business Plan

In the May 3, 2016 Council meeting, the City Council approved the termination of the contract agreement between Jus’ Balls, LLC and the City of Duncanville, Texas. On July 21, 2015 the City Council received the Fieldhouse Business Plan created by PROS Consulting. Included in the study, the consultant performed a comprehensive review of the …

Duncanville Police Recognized

I just received official written notification that The Duncanville Police Department has achieved “Recognized Status”. The Duncanville Police Department voluntarily participated in the Texas Police Chiefs Association Best Practices Recognition Program to demonstrate law enforcement accountability to the residents of our City and our commitment to excellence in police service. Being “Recognized” means that our …