1. Plano City News - Get Fit After the Holidays with City Recreation Classes

    Get the scoop on the latest round of Parks and Recreation Classes, check out the Planning department's newest award and join us for an Urban Forest Master Plan meeting in this Plano City News. Read on...
  2. How Do You Feel About Our Plano Forest?

    Will you answer six short questions about Plano's trees? We love our trees and want to support them for the long term. Help us develop a successful Urban Forest Master Plan. Take our short survey. Read on...
  3. Defend Your Drains & Protect Your Pipes

    Before your Thanksgiving feast hits the table, it could hit your pipes. Fats, oils and grease from meats, butter, food scraps, sauces, dressings, dairy products and cooling oils can cause havoc on your home. Read on...
  4. Experience the Lights, Sights and Love of the Holiday Season in Plano

    Old Saint Nicholas makes many stops in Plano this year. To help you customize your holiday schedule, we've rounded up this list of holiday events. Read on...
  5. Crank it Down to Once-a-Week Watering

    Tuesday, Nov. 1 begins Plano's winter watering schedule, allowing for once-a-week sprinkler use. If the last digit of your address is odd (1, 3, 5, 7, 9), your water day is Tuesday. If the digit is even (0, 2,4, 6, 8), your day is Thursday. Additional Info...
  6. Sewer Rate & Trash Cart Increase

    During the budget process, two increases to your City utility bill were approved. On Oct. 1, trash collection for a 95-gallon cart went from $15.10 to $16.10. On Nov. 1, the residential sewer rate went from $12.55 to $13.18 for up to 1,000 gallons. Read on...
  7. Put Your Old Clothes on the Front Curb for Simple Recycling

    Before you put your old, unwanted clothing in the trash cart, consider placing items on the front curb on your regular recycling day. The City of Plano has partnered with Simple Recycling to provide free weekly curbside collection of textiles. Read on...
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