Archive for June, 2012

Water Supply Pipeline Installation Begins Next

Jun 29, 2012 Comments Off by grosss

S.E. 34th Ave. Traffic to be Affected Amarillo, TX – The City of Amarillo Utilities Division is scheduled to begin a project to connect a new 36” supply pipeline for the Osage Water Treatment Plant to an existing 30” water main in 34th Ave. The project will reduce traffic flow in the 2200 Block of [...]

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Amarillo Fireworks Amnesty Program Offered

Jun 28, 2012 Comments Off by grosss

(Fireworks & Small Arms Ammunition, Primers, Powder and Propellants) (806) 378-9092   →    24hr. Recorder Provide your name, telephone number and address. An officer will contact the caller to schedule pick up. Officers will show proper I.D. DO NOT Transport the items in your vehicle. Officers will pick up your items at their current location. The [...]

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Fireworks Display Returns to John Stiff Park

Jun 28, 2012 Comments Off by grosss

Amarillo, TX – The City of Amarillo, in conjunction with the AGN Media and Amarillo Symphony, is pleased to announce that the fireworks display will return to the line-up of family-friendly festivities at John Stiff Park this year. Last year’s fireworks were replaced with a laser show due to drought conditions. “The Amarillo Globe-News has [...]

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Amarillo Emergency Management Assists in Wildfire Response

Jun 28, 2012 Comments Off by grosss

6/27/12 UPDATE: Responders report that five to 10 acres burned as a result of the wildfire, which has been declared under control. In addition to Randall County, Amarillo and Canyon firefighters, the villages of Timbercreek, Palisades and Lake Tanglewood Volunteer Fire Departments also responded to this fire. There were no injuries to the public and [...]

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Citizens Encouraged to Keep Weeds Down This Summer

Jun 28, 2012 Comments Off by grosss

Amarillo, TX – After last year’s devastating drought, the rains this year have been much welcomed. With the rain, though, comes weeds and grass that grow quickly. That is why the City of Amarillo’s Building Safety Department would like to remind citizens the importance of managing uncultivated vegetation –better known as grass and weeds. “All [...]

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