The City of Arlington once again received a Traffic Safety Initiatives Award for its efforts to make its employees, residents and visitors safer when traveling through The American Dream City. Arlington was among 17 cities across the state recently recognized by the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center and the Texas Department of Transportation.
To help save lives, the City of Arlington has increased its efforts to educate drivers on traffic safety and make improvements to its streets and highways, which are traveled by 365,000 residents and 6.8 million visitors annually. Arlington was among 18 cities across the state recently recognized by the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center.
This is Arlington's fifth year to win an award in the competition. Applicants were judged on their activities relating to increasing traffic safety while preventing impaired driving traffic crashes, traffic fatalities, juvenile DUI, child safety seat offenses, red light running, and other traffic related offenses.
This month, the National Safety Council and representatives with the Our Driving Concern Texas Employer Traffic Safety Program recognized the City of Arlington as one of 12 traffic safety award recipients for 2020. Texas employers, including the City of Arlington, are working to keep their employees and others safe on our roadways and, in turn...
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Arlington was among 18 cities across the state recently recognized by the Texas Municipal Courts Education Center for its traffic safety programs. The Texas Municipal Courts Education Center’s Municipal Traffic Safety Initiatives grant, funded by the Texas Department of Transportation, sponsored the traffic safety awards competition to recognize municipal courts that have demonstrated
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The City of Arlington once again received a Traffic Safety Initiatives Award for its efforts to make its employees, residents and visitors safer when traveling through The American Dream City. arlingtontx.gov
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The City's Public Works Inspector is responsible for inspecting public works projects including street improvements, water systems, sewers, storm water improvements, and capital projects to ensure they meet City standards and safety standards. Applications for this position will be accepted until November 18, 2019 at 11:00 p.m.
Welcome to Arlington Public Schools Safe Routes to School SRTS, a national program that works to make it safer and easier for students to walk, bike or roll to school. SRTS programs examine conditions around schools and conduct projects and activities that work to improve safety, enhance accessibility, and reduce traffic
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The city has established rules for where street paintings can be. Typically, they are only allowed on low-traffic residential streets, based on standards from city traffic engineers, as follows: The road must be classified as a “local service traffic street,” an industry term for what most would call a residential street.
As with any large city, crime is a concern. Arlington is the 7th largest city in Texas and the 50th largest in the U.S. It is no longer a suburb or a bedroom community. We have an award-winning police department and chief; the department should always be fully funded. It is
The stadiums have continued to make their rent payments to Arlington. Sales tax revenue has been impacted but this is short term and should recover when business at the stadiums and our shopping areas such as The Highlands are open again for business. The Arlington City Manager has recommended a budget that does not touch our reserves.
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The Peacemakers once again set the standard and exceeded all expectations for the Battalion. The Peacemakers endured freezing temperatures, sleeping on the ground, thunderstorms, continuous operations, and high optempo. Many Soldiers were recognized with an Army Achievement Medal, Certificate of Achievement, or a Battalion coin.
The City of Grand Rapids will resume in-person, face-to-face government meetings beginning Tuesday, July 13. City Clerk Joel Hondorp today announced that the City Hall City Commission Chambers, 300 Monroe Ave. NW, ninth floor, will once again host City Commission meetings and morning subcommittee meetings. Tagged as:, Media Releases