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CITY NEWS & EVENTS
Mansfield Reads! is venturing into new territory with the book chosen for the 11th annual One City, One Book community reading event. Much like Vanessa Michael Munroe, the “feisty protagonist” of the Informationist, we will have traveled all over the world and experienced things far from the realm of the everyday life we’re used to by the time we’ve finished reading this book. Be ready. “Thriller” is a mild description.
Posted on 04/15/14
The City Council and Mansfield Park Facilities Development Corporation held a joint work session March 17 to discuss the proposed bicycle master plan. The attached maps were presented during the work session and are the revised On-Street Bicycle Master Plan-Short Term Implementation Plan, including the three-year project plan and estimated costs. However, additional changes are being made to the plan and the park board is expected to adopt a final plan at a future meeting.
Do you want to Keep Mansfield Beautiful?
Join Keep Mansfield Beautiful Commission and the Water Utilities Department this April as they cleanup 4 locations in 4 weeks!
- Great opportunities to give back to your community
- Help the environment
- Earn volunteer/community service hours.
- Meet other residents/volunteers who share the same passion about the environment.
Don’t sail past the trash! Litter and illegal dumping are a problem, not just in Mansfield, but across the State and Nation. The City of Mansfield and Keep Mansfield Beautiful are hosting its 8th Annual spring cleanup event in conjunction with Keep Texas Beautiful, Don’t Mess with Texas Trash-Off and Keep America Beautiful, Great American Cleanup.
If you would like to participate in a cleanup event but cannot attend these four dates, you can pick up litter anytime at your home, school office, neighborhood or park and simply report the information at “Report your KMB Project Report.”
Questions? Call Arianne Shipley, Education Specialist, 817-477-2248.Posted on 03/19/14
City of Mansfield Water Utilities is kicking off its 3rd Annual Mulch Madness giveaway from 8:30 a.m. - 12 p.m. on Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 24 N. Mitchell Road. Proof of residency (Utility Bill or License) is required.
City staff will load mulch into the back of a truck or trailer. Smaller amounts will be available in a “load-your-own” zone. Residents must provide their own container.
Unlike in college basketball season, if you pick the “No. 1 seed” or the “No. 16 seed” every seed in your landscape can be the champion during Mulch Madness! The stats are in: mulch protects plants, adds nutrients and reduces water loss and weed growth. Maintain 2-3 inches of mulch to keep your plants healthy season after season.
For questions about Mulch Madness, contact Arianne Shipley, Education Specialist, at firstname.lastname@example.org or 817-477-2248.
Posted on 03/12/14
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