DeSoto Mayor Issues COVID Related Safety Order to protect residents in light of Texas EO GA-34

Desoto, TX - new Mayor, Rachel Proctor, has also issued an order designed to help protect our residents in the areas under our direct jurisdiction from the spread of the deadly Coronavirus (COVID-19).

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A longstanding DeSoto Tradition continues. New Mayor meets with HOA's.

DeSoto, TX - On Thursday, March 4th, Mayor Rachel L. Proctor picked up the mantle from her DeSoto predecessors and conducted her first Mayor’s Quarterly 360° meeting via Zoom with representatives from DeSoto’s homeowners' associations (HOA’s).

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DESOTO CITY COUNCIL EASES STORM BURDEN ON RESIDENTS & BUSINESSES

DeSoto, TX - The DeSoto City Council has taken two significant actions during its two most recent meetings in an effort to lessen the financial impacts to our residents and businesses who have been hit the hardest by the recent winter storm. 

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Apartment Complex for Seniors Still Without Water, City of DeSoto Asks for Volunteers to Help

DeSoto, TX - The City of DeSoto is asking for volunteers to help bring water to seniors in need at an apartment complex that's been without water for more than a week.

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DESOTO FIRE BATTLES EARLY MORNING FATAL FIRE

DeSoto, TX - DeSoto Fire Rescue was called to the scene of an early morning fire at approximately 4:30 AM Tuesday 100 block of Wildwood Court and found the house completely engulfed in flames. 

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DeSoto New Hire Announcement

DeSoto, TX - The City of Desoto is pleased to welcome Marketing Manager Tenille T. Terry  as the newly hired Marketing Manager for the City of Desoto, she is responsible for the complete city rebranding and marketing.

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DeSoto Saturday Night's Winter Storm Update + news of Sunday Water Give Away

DeSoto, TX - DRINKING WATER GIVEAWAY: On Sunday, February 21st, the City of DeSoto will be giving away bottled/canned drinking water to residents who are without water service.

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DeSoto’s Electric Provider Oncor informed us early this morning that the rolling power outages have been discontinued in our region.

DeSoto, TX - DeSoto’s Electric Provider Oncor informed us early this morning that the rolling power outages have been discontinued in our region. Oncor reports that DeSoto has approximately 150 accounts that are still without power, but this number is down significantly from the past few days.

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WINTER STORM IMPACT UPDATE FROM THE CITY OF DESOTO FOR WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 2021

DeSoto, TX - DeSoto’s temporary warming & overnight shelter moved on Wednesday to the Faith Bible Church, 1437 W Pleasant Run Rd, DeSoto, TX. The City of DeSoto has closed its site at the DeSoto Recreation Center.

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WINTER STORM IMPACT UPDATE FROM THE CITY OF DESOTO FOR MONDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 2021:

DeSoto, TX -  Many residents in our region have been without power for extended periods of time. Some outages are done by Texas power grid operator ERCOT on a rotating basis to prevent the Texas power grid from crashing. Others are due to extreme weather.

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