The tapering off of the late spring rains in the area signals the traditional start of the watering season for lawns and landscapes in the Sachse area, and City officials are encouraging a sensible approach to the practice.
Foods, in a wide and varied selection; an eclectic and diverse assortment of products and services; and an enlightening accumulation of great community information all await visitors to Sachse’s Red, White and Blue Blast, set for Saturday, July 2.
Almost exactly 240 years since the United States officially declared its independence, the City of Sachse is presenting its annual salute to that momentous occasion with the Red, White and Blue Blast on July 2, says Cynthia Wiseman, Recreation Supervisor.
The City of Sachse is updating its Comprehensive Plan for the first time since 2001. To learn more about the process and how to get involved, please visit the Comprehensive Plan website.
Seven of the City’s most trafficked intersections will be equipped with traffic signal preemption devices, allowing emergency vehicles to change the signal when approaching them, says Public Works and Engineering Director Greg Peters.
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The City of Garland has begun construction of the Pleasant Valley Road and bridge project. Due to the immense size of the project, the overall construction schedule spans from now into 2018.
The City of Garland will be closing Old Miles Road between P...Read on...
Work has begun on a major infrastructure project for an area poised to become the next hot spot in the flourishing President George Bush Turnpike corridor, says Sachse Economic Development Director Leslyn Blake.
The City of Sachse Red, White, and Blue Blast Parade and Fireworks event is fast approaching. We would like to invite groups, businesses, organizations, school bands, and individuals to take part in the Independence Day Parade on July 2. There is no ent...Read on...