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May 18, 2018
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City Council to meet on May 21

On Monday, May 21, the Mesquite City Council Pre-Meeting will begin at 4:30 p.m. in Training Rooms A and B at City Hall, 757 N. Galloway Ave. Work Session will begin at 6 p.m in the City Hall Council Chamber, and the Regular Meeting will begin at 7 p.m. View the meeting agenda online at  or watch the meeting live at
The meeting will also be broadcast via Facebook Live. Councilmembers and City staff will not be able to answer questions during the broadcast. City staff will address questions after the meeting. The City welcomes public engagement and encourages all participants to embrace the City’s social media guidelines available at

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Mesquite to conduct May 21 public hearing on Skyline Drive design options

The City of Mesquite will conduct a public hearing at the May 21 City Council Meeting to receive community input regarding the preliminary design schematic for Town East Boulevard from U.S. Highway 80 to Skyline Drive and Skyline Drive from Peachtree Road to Town East Boulevard. View the Council Meeting agenda online at

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Mesquite holds canvassing of May 5 election results 

Mesquite voters approved all eight proposed City Charter amendments and elected Councilmembers for Places 3, 4 and 5 in the May 5 City Election and Special Charter Amendment Election. Incumbent Councilmembers Bruce Archer, Dan Aleman, Jr., and Greg Noschese were re-elected to their respective places. A special City Council meeting took place on May 15 to canvass the election results and swear-in City Councilmembers. Watch a video broadcast of the meeting. View the election results at

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Addressing Mesquite Day job request forms due June 29

On Saturday, October 6, the Mesquite Ministerial Alliance and the City of Mesquite will host Addressing Mesquite Day. This annual event matches community volunteers with homeowners in need of extra assistance. Job requests are only accepted for owner-occupied homes, and priority is given to seniors, residents with disabilities or veterans. Job Request Forms are available online in both English and Spanish at Request forms must be completed and returned by June 29. Those interested in volunteering should also submit a commitment form by June 29. Learn more by visiting or call Yolanda Wilson at 972-216-6473.

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Register by June 6 to play in the annual Summer Sizzle mud volleyball tournament

Registration ends June 6 for Mesquite’s Summer Sizzle mud volleyball tournament. Gather your friends for this once-a-year opportunity for outrageous fun. The six-on-six tournament will consist of co-ed teams with members age 12 years and older. There is a maximum of eight players per roster and two female players must be on the court at all times. The early bird registration fee is $50 per team. After May 20, registration will increase to $65 per team. The tournament will be held at Mesquite's Summer Sizzle festival on Saturday, June 9, in Paschall Park, 1001 New Market Road. Visit for registration forms and more details.

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Indoor crate training is a pet-friendly alternative to unattended tethering 

In preparation for enforcement of Mesquite’s “no unattended tethering” ordinance, residents are encouraged to consider indoor crate training as an alternative to tethering. When done properly, indoor crate training can help a dog feel safe, happy and secure in his crate. View crate training tips and resources.
The new ordinance takes effect July 1 and prohibits tethering of dogs unless the owner is physically present within the outdoor area where the dog is tethered and the dog is in view of the owner at all times. View the complete ordinance and additional information at

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We want to hear from you. If you have a concern or are experiencing an issue, please contact the City of Mesquite at 972-288-7711 or visit the City’s website at for assistance.

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