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Mark your calendars. The Plano Parks and Recreation Department has announced the date for its special grand reopening of the newly expanded and renovated Sam Johnson Recreation Center for Adults 50+.
The event will take place at 10 a.m. on Monday, March 18 at 401 West 16th Street. Attendees will have an opportunity to tour the facility immediately following the ribbon cutting.
Voters approved funding for the project in the 2009 bond election. The city ...
The North Texas Municipal Water District's annual 28-day chlorine maintenance process has started.
You may see city crews opening fire hydrants to flush water.
Visit plano.gov/water for details and helpful videos.
The InsidePlano podcast isn't just for your ears anymore.
In January we started videoing the monthly chat between Shannah Hayley and Steve Stoler as their special guests share tidbits about the City. It's a great place to learn about City services and sometimes community challenges. Download the podcast to your ...
Check out our 2018 Annual Report for highlights, budgetary information and accolades, as well as information on how you can get involved in the community and love Plano.
Plano City Manager Bruce Glasscock notified the City Council of his intent to retire at the end of April, 2019. Glasscock served in the public sector for 50 years, the last 29 with the City of Plano.
Glasscock began his career with the City of Plano in 1990 when he was selected Police Chief. In 1998 he was appointed additional responsibilities as Deputy City Manager and held dual leadership roles through 2001 at which time he transitioned to full-time...
Plano City Council members voted last night to appoint Mark Israelson as Plano’s new city manager. Israelson replaces City Manager Bruce Glasscock, who retires at the end of April.
“The Council and I are excited about what is to come,” said Mayor Harry LaRosiliere. “Mark combines innovative thinking with a genuine understanding of Plano's culture of excellence. Those qualities make him uniquely qualifie...
Plano’s parks and nature preserves are popular venues for taking wedding, family, graduation and other memorable photos — and why wouldn’t they be?
Plano’s parks and nature preserves are popular venues for taking wedding, family, graduation and other memorable photos — and why wouldn’t they be? The City’s 85 parks are beautifully maintained year-round by the Pa...