Welcome to Plano City News , your weekly update
on what's happening in the City of Plano.
City Council Accepts Comments by Email Tonight
We encourage you to stay home and watch the regular City Council Meeting at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 17. If you’d like to submit comments of public interest or comment on agenda items, send those electronically by 7 p.m. to the City of Plano City Secretary's Office at CouncilComments@plano.gov .

View the City Council and Planning & Zoning Commission meetings live on:

We value your participation and protecting your health is our greatest priority at this time. If you would still like to attend the meeting in-person, we ask you to take these precautions:
  • sit with adequate spacing (6-feet or more)
  • fight the urge to touch microphones or lean on equipment
  • please verbally request staff help rather than tapping or touching
  • Follow these speaker instructions
Keep Up-to-Date on the Coronavirus (COVID-19) Efforts in Plano
The City is posting regular updates on the City’s dedicated COVID-19 website: share.plano.gov/COVID-19update . This page includes a running list of the frequently asked questions, which is revised as new questions and answers are provided.

You can also get updates on our social media channels:

This is also a good time to register for emergency updates by phone, email and text through Plano City Call (CodeRED). To get these updates, sign up for Plano City Call .
Happenings

Due Sunday, April 19

North Texas students grades 8-12 are invited to compete in the 2020 Safety Awareness Digital Media Design Contest. The North Texas Tollway Authority will present the winning student with a $250 Visa gift card. Their art will be featured in an NTTA newsletter and on social media. Choose from two themes: National Work Zone Awareness Week and The Red Thumb Campaign.


  • eBooks
  • eAudiobooks
  • eMagazines
  • Digital Newspapers
  • Video Streaming
  • Lynda.com

Don't be bored, use this time to explore the Plano Public Library through our digital door. We've got offerings in many languages. Read a book, watch a movie or take a class. Best of all, it's free with your library card.


In the Know H2O
Thursday, March 19

Rain Barrels 101
Wednesday, April 1

Smart Yards for North Texas
Tuesday, April 7


Director of Communication and Community Outreach Shannah Hayley and Director of Health and Sustainability Rachel Patterson answer your questions in this 6-minute March 13 COVID-19 update video .
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