1. Drug Take Back

    Plano City News: Clear out Your Medicine Cabinet at the Drug Take Back

    Dispose of medications safely, dine with your best dog, swap out old bulbs for free LED bulbs, attend two fun Beatles events, learn about sexual assault and more in this edition of Plano City News.
  2. Ohio Drive and Rasor Boulevard intersection closes for water main break repair.

    Choose an Alternate Route for Ohio Drive and Rasor Boulevard Closure

    Rethink your route to avoid the Ohio Drive and Rasor Boulevard intersection. Read on...
  3. Not in the Cart_shutterstock_71005153

    Spring Cleaning? Learn Where Everything Goes

    Before you tear through your closet, garage or garden, follow these rules for recycling or disposing of unwanted items. Read on...
  4. swimming-vacation-girl

    Sport a Safer Summer at the Water Safety Fair

    Before you hit the lake or pool this summer, attend the Water Safety Fair on Thursday, April 25, 5-8 p.m. at Carpenter Park Recreation Center, 6701 Coit Rd. Read on...
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    Volunteer for Love Where You Live

    Help your neighbors Saturday, April 27 during Love Where You Live Service Day. Read on...
  6. AsiaFestMartialArts_Newsflash

    Experience Plano AsiaFest 2019

    Celebrate Asian American Heritage at the Plano AsiaFest 2019 on Saturday, May 4, 10:30 a.m.-5 p.m. in downtown Plano. Read on...
  7. City of Plano Heritage Preservation Grants

    Apply for Heritage Preservation Grants

    Local nonprofit organizations that support heritage preservation and heritage tourism in Plano may now apply for a City of Plano Heritage Preservation Grant. Read on...
  8. PSC- South Elevation Addition_FotoSketcher

    Sam Johnson Recreation Center for Adults 50+ is Now Open

    The Plano Parks and Recreation Department has reopened Sam Johnson Recreation Center for Adults 50+. Read on...
  9. Sprinkler watering

    Water Twice and Water Wisely

    Beginning April 1, the City of Plano asks you to water lawns and landscapes only two times a week. Read on...
  10. bobcat

    Are you Seeing More Bobcats and Coyotes?

    As it warms up, you may see more bobcats and coyotes. Both generally look for easy access to food. Reduce the appeal of your yard by not becoming a food source: Read on...
  11. Try GovQA

    Step Inside GovQA for Public Records Requests

    If you’ve ever requested public records, you’ll be happy to learn the City of Plano just simplified the open records request process. Read on...
  12. Recycling Truck

    Sign Up for Trash and Recycling Reminders

    If you struggle with remembering when to place your recycling cart out for collection, we've got a new tool for you. Get reminders by text or email to your favorite device (or both). Read on...
  13. InsidePlano

    Go InsidePlano with the City's Monthly Podcast

    The InsidePlano podcast isn't just for your ears anymore. Read on...
  14. annualreport2018

    Read the 2018 City of Plano Annual Report

    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.
  15. rsz glasscock

    City Manager Bruce Glasscock to Retire

    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. Read on...
  16. Mark Israelson

    Mark Israelson Appointed Plano's Next City Manager

    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. Read on...
  17. rsz_parks_care

    Take Care of Your Plano Parks

    Plano’s parks and nature preserves are popular venues for taking wedding, family, graduation and other memorable photos — and why wouldn’t they be? Read on...
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