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Dr. Elba Garcia


Administration Office
411 Elm Street
Dallas, TX 75202

(214) 653-6670  Office
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Road & Bridge Office
4403 W. Illinois Ave.
Dallas, TX 75211
(214) 339-8381 Office
(214) 227-9558


World Blood Donor Day

Carter Blood Care

Saturday, June 14, 2014

9:00 AM - 12:30 PM

Carter Blood Care Bus, Farmers Market, Car & Bike Show

Market Square

120 W. Main St.

Grand Prairie, TX 75050

Click Here For Flyers: (1) and (2)

Click Here to See Dallas County County Commissioners Court Resolution

in Recognition of World Blood Donor Day

Trinity River Revel

Trinity River Revel - Sunday, June 15, 2014

Sunday, June 15, 2014

Grand Opening of:

Trinity Skyline Trail

Continental Avenue Pedestrian Bridge

West Dallas Gateway Plaza

Sylvan Avenue Bridge

All-day celebration Includes:

5K Revel Run, Ribbon Cutting Ceremony, Gospel Brunch, Pachanga Party, 1930s Danceathon, River Basin Kids Playground, Craft Beer Garden, Driving Range, Food Truck, Campfire Party..... and more!


Click Here for Flyer: ENGLISH or ESPAÑOL


Dallas County

Bilingual Job Fair

Dallas County

Saturday, May 31, 2014

9:00 AM - 12:00PM

Henry Wade Juvenile Justice Center

2600 Lone Star Dr., Dallas, TX 75212

Dallas County is seeking to create a pool of bilingual candidates. There are job openings in several depatments. To register visit the website or click to see flyer (ENGLISH / ESPAÑOL).

Volunteers For Emergency Management Exercise

Saturday, May 31st

10:30 AM to 12:30 PM

Choose a Location:

Cedar Hill Hish School

1 Longhorn Blvd.

Cedar Hill, TX 75104


Deuncanville High School

900 West Camp Wisdom Rd.

Duncanville, TX 75116

Click Here For Flyer


Dallas Children's Advocacy Center

DCAC Lecture Series:

Como Reconocer y Reportar el Abuso Hacia Menores

(Recognizing & Reporting Child Abuse)

Dallas Children's Advocacy Center

Wednesday, April 9, 2014

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

5351 Samuell Blvd.

Dallas, TX 75228

This workshop will be conducted in Spanish. This workshop teaches those individuals who work with children on a daily basis about the signs and symptoms of child abuse. Professionals will learn facts about child abuse, how to recognize physical and behavioral signs of the varying forms of child abuse, as well as many other important details for how to make a report. CLICK HERE FOR MORE INFORMATION

Free to Public

Pre-Registration is Required

Oak Cliff Earth Day 2014

Come & Celebrate Oak Cliff Earth Day

Saturday, April 12, 2014

12:00 PM - 5:00 PM

Lake Cliff Park

1200 N Zang Blvd.

Dallas, TX 75203


Meet The New Parkland CEO

Parkland CEO Forum - Irving       Parkland CEO Forum - Grand Prairie

Dallas County Commissioner Elba Garcia & Parkland HHS host a community forum with new Parkland Health & Hospital System CEO Dr. Fred Cerise. This community focused event will allow you to share your concerns, ask questions, talk about challenges in your community, and help shape plans & vision for Parkland Health & Hospital System. This event is open to the Public. Please select links above for PDF flyers.


Tuesday, March 18, 2014

6:30 - 8:00 PM

Greater Irving - Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce

5201 N. O'Connor Blvd. #100

Irving, TX 75039

Grand Prairie

Wednesday, March 26, 2014

6:30 - 8:00 PM

Pioneer Event Center

1025 W. Pioneer Parkway

Grand Prairie, TX 75051


Parkland Healthcare Fair

Parkland Feria de Salud

Parkland Health Fair - 2.23.2014

Sunday, February 23, 2014

10:00 Am - 2:00 PM

Igelsia Santa Maria de Guadalupe

2601 S. MacArthur Blvd.

Irving, TX 75060

Health Screenings

Affordable care Act Questions answered

Help Enrolling in Healthcare Marketplace



Information about your Health

Community Resources


PART TWO: Economic Opportunity

Conversations About Race

Four-Part Series Addressing

Race and Racism in Dallas

Saturday, February 22, 2013

9:00 AM to 10:30

Dallas City Hall Council Chambers

1500 Marilla St.

Dallas, TX 75201

Public Invited to Participate

Please Click Here for More Information

or go to www.conversationsaboutrace.eventbrite.com



Horseshoe Prject Community Meeting - 2.13.2014

Horseshoe Project

West Dallas Community Meeting

The Dallas Horseshoe Project invites you to our local Community Meeting for local residents, businesses, commuters, stakeholders and the general public in West dallas to learn more about teh Dallas Horseshoe Project, the raodway project to improve mobility in Interstates 30 & 35E through the downtown Dallas Mixmaster.

Click for Flyer in ENGLISH or ESPAÑOL

Thursday, February 13, 2014

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

El Centro College West Campus

3330 North Hampton Rd., W141

Dallas, TX 75212


Dallas County City of Dallas

Denton Drive Improvements

Please join Dallas County and the City of Dallas for a public meeting to Present the proposed concept for improvements to Denton Drive. The general project scope encompasses roadway and drainage improvements from Webb Chapel to North of LBJ within the city limits. The project team will be present to discuss the project concept on Phase I in details and to answer your questions. Click Here for Flyer

Tuesday, January 28, 2014

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

Wilshire State Bank

Training Bldg.

2237 Royal Lane

Dallas, TX 75229

Dr. Elba Garcia to serve as Grand Marshall of the

28th Annual Elite News MLK Parade






28th Annual Elite News MLK Day Parade

Monday, January 20, 2014

10:00 AM

For More Infomation Click Here

Sarah Sellers In Support of the

Letot Girls Center of Dallas

Sarah Sellers In Support of Letot Girls Center of Dallas

Sarah Sellers will be collecting clothing donations at each of her December performances to benefit the Letot Girls Center of Dallas. The Letot Center is run by the Dallas County Juvenile Department and its mission is to assist referred youth into becoming productive, law-abiding citizens, while promoting public safety & victim restoration.

Thursday, December 19th & Friday, December 27th

Ascension Coffee House & Wine Bar

1621 Oak Lawn Ave. Dallas, TX 75207

Music from 8:00 - 10:00 PM

Thursday, December 26th

Mercy Wine Bar

5100 Belt Line Rd. #544 Dallas, TX 75254

Music from 8:00 - 10:00 PM

Sunday, December 29th

Sangria Mediterranean tapas & Bar

4524 Cole Ave. Dallas, 75205

Music from 8:00 - 10:00 PM



200 Business Women in Black







Business Women in Black Conference 9.27.2013

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Elba Garcia

Friday, September 27, 2013

11:30 AM - 4:00 PM

DeSoto Civic Center

211 E. Pleasant Run Rd.

DeSoto, TX 75115


September 11, 2013

Conversations About Race

City of Dallas to Host a Four-Part Series Addressing

Race and Racism

Public Invited to Participate

1st Event:

Saturday, September 21, 2013

10:00 AM to 11:30

City Performance Hall

2520 Flora St.

Dallas, TX

Please Click Here for More Information

or go to www.conversationsaboutrace.eventbrite.com

The Dallas Museum of Art Presents

Hotel Texas

An Art Exhibition for President Kennedy and Mrs. John F. Kennedy


May 26 - September 15, 2013

DMA - Hotel Texas

Dallas Museum of Art



Dallas Symphony Orchestra 

On The Go - Oak Cliff

Dallas Symphony Orchestra - On The Go - Oak Cliff - 4.5.2013

Friday, April 5th at 7:30PM

Cliff Temple Baptist Church

125 Sunset

Dallas, TX 75208

The Dallas Symphony Orchestra’s DSO on the GO returns to Cliff Temple Baptist Church with a classical concert as part of the season on Friday April 5th at 7:30 p.m. This performance is part of the inaugural season of DSO on the GO presented by The Ebby Halliday Companies. DSO on the GO features the Dallas Symphony playing classical and pops concerts in eight cities and neighborhoods across North Texas. Click here for FLYER and PRESS RELEASE & EVENT INFO.


Kiestwood Trail

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony

Monday - March 18, 2013 9:30 AM

Kiestwood Trail Ribbon Cutting Ceremony - 3.08.2013

Click Photo for Flyer




World Kidney Day

More than 26 million Americans have chronic kidney disease and don't know it. Early detection and treatment can make a difference in preventing kidney disease. Dallas County Health and Human Services will be offering free kidney health screenings that normally cost $900. If you have a family member that has a history of high blood presure, kidney disease, or diabetes than you are at risk. Click here for a flyer in ENGLISH or ESPAÑOL

Thursday, March 14, 2013

10:00 AM to 2:00 PM

Dallas County Health & Human Services

2377 N. Stemmons Fwy.

Dallas, TX 75207

6th Floor Auditorium, Rm. 627


February 15, 2013

Dallas County - Prostitution Diversion Initiative 

The Prostitution Diversion Initiative

Could Become a State Model


Texas Senator John Whitmire of Houston filed a bill in the Texas State Legislature that would make prostitution diversion programs, like Dallas' Prostitution Diversion Initiative, mandatory for urban counties above 200,000 in population. The proposed programs would need to include a special prostitution court. The Prostitution Diversion Initiative is a collaboration between the Commissioners Court (now Dr. Elba Garcia, previously Maurine Dickey), District Attorney's Office, the City Attorney's Office, Courts, Sheriff's Office, Dallas County Health & Human Services, Parkland Hospital and over 60 social service and faith based organizations. For more information about the Prostitution Diversion Initiative please visit the website at www.pdinewlife.org.


February 6, 2013


$200,000 Raised for

Dallas County Animal Cruelty Unit

Dallas County Commissioner Elba Garcia Acceptin $200,000 for Animal Cruelty Unit


On February 6th the Rotary Club of Dallas hosted the 4th Annual Awards Luncheon where Safer Dallas Better Dallas, a public safety advocacy organization, presented Dallas County Commissioner Dr. Elba Garcia with a $200,000 check to implement the 1st year of the Dallas County Animal Cruelty Unit. Dr. Garcia thanked Gary Griffith and Linda Evans of Safer Dallas Better Dallas, District Attorney Craig Watkins, Dallas animal advocates, former Dallas County Commissioner Maurine Dickey, and all those who donated. Dallas County Commissioners and the District Attorney's Office will be implementing the Unit in the coming months.

February 4, 2013

February 2013 District 4 Newsletter


Click here for PDF Version in ENGLISH or ESPAÑOL


January 8, 2013

Dallas County

FY 2013 Budget Update

On January 8, 2013 Dallas County Commissioner's Court received a Dallas County Budget Update. Please click HERE to view in PDF.


December 04, 2012

Dallas County Seal

Commissioner Elba Garcia,

Dallas County District Attorney’s Office,

and Safer Dallas Better Dallas

Team up to Fight Animal Abuse


Commissioner Elba Garcia Annouces the Creation of the Animal Cruelty Unit

Dallas County Commissioners Elba Garcia and Maureen Dickey, District Attorney Craig Watkins and Safer Better Dallas Announce the Formation of the Animal Cruelty Unit


On Tuesday, December 4, 2012 Dallas County Commissioner Elba Garcia, along with Commissioner Maureen Dickey, District Attorney Craig Watkins, Gary Griffith representing Safer Dallas Better Dallas and Skip Trimble from Texas Humane Legislation Network held a press conference announcing a new effort to combat animal abuse.


Commissioner Elba Garcia will introduced an MOU to Commissioners Court that will create an Animal Cruelty Unit within the District Attorney’s Office. This Animal Cruelty unit will focus on the investigation and prosecution of offenders that neglect, torture and kill animals in Dallas County.


Commissioner Garcia spearheaded the collaboration, bringing together the District Attorney’s Office, Safer Dallas Better Dallas and animal advocates to create the unit.  Commissioner Maurine Dickey and her husband Roland committed a $40,000 donation to help begin the effort.


The new Animal Cruelty Unit will be made up of one new Assistant District Attorney and one new Criminal Investigator position. These positions will cost around $200,000 annually and Safer Dallas Better Dallas has committed to fund the first year and start a fundraising and awareness campaign to support the Unit. PLEASE SUPPORT THIS EFFORT BY DONATING FUNDS TO SAFER BETTER DALLAS.


With over 2500 cases of animal cruelty reported thus far in 2012, animal cruelty is a problem in Dallas County. There is extensive and well-documented research that confirms the strong connection between violence to people and violence to animals. Animal cruelty investigation and prosecution allows law enforcement officials and advocates a unique opportunity to play an integral role in protecting people and animals from violence. Cross-reporting, data-sharing, investigation, evidence collection and increasing public awareness will prove effective in the fight against animal neglect, abuse, and killing.


The Animal Cruelty Unit MOU will beup for an official vote in Dallas County Commissioners Court on Tuesday December 11, 2012.




October 17, 2012

Dr. Elba Garcia Annual Contribution Ceremony - Oct. 17, 2012

Dr. Elba Garcia Donates over $15,000 to charities in Dallas County


On Wednesday October 17, 2012 Dallas County Commissioner Dr. Elba Garcia donated over $15,000 to non-profit, government and community organizations. This is the second annual donation that Dr. Garcia has made in fulfillment of a promise to dedicate a portion of her County Commissioner's salary towards charitable giving. There were a total of 25 recipients that provide important services to children, families, seniors, neighborhoods, animals, and the greater Dallas County community.

October 5, 1012

West Nile Watch

Dallas County Health & Human Service

West Nile ZIP Code Map

West Nile Fact Sheet


Map of all 3 Phases of Completed Aerial Spraying

Dallas County Season Overview

West Nile Virus season is unusually strong in Dallas County. Health officials are urging the public to take perventative measures by remembering to Dress, Drain and DEET. Click HERE to link to Dallas County West Nile Website.

SPANISH - West Nile Flyer


Prand Prairie, TX Police Department

Grand Prairie Police

Youth Boxing Program

Grand Prairie Youth Boxing is a program developed by the Grand Prairie Police Department and strongly supported by the Grand Prairie Independent School District. Primary funding is through community and corporate donations. Grand Prairie Youth Boxing is currently accepting male and female participants from 12-18 years of age that reside in Grand Prairie Texas.

Click Here for more Information


UNIDOS - Police Working with the Hispanic Community

Police Working with the Hispanic Community

Unidos is a community program geared toward improving the quality of life for our Hispanic residents. This is accomplished by providing assistance in areas of relevance to the Hispanic community and focusing on being a resource center to meet the needs of the Hispanic community.

Program Overview

Flyer: English Spanish

New Dallas County Elections Website

Vote 2012

Dallas County Elections has a new and improved website! The new design makes it easier to access information. Please explore the content of elections in Dallas County from the election process of registering, to voting, or becoming a poll worker. The new design will increase our opportunity to provide information quickly and easily. The last day to register to vote for the 2012 General Election is Tuesday October 9th.



Letot Girl's Residential Treatment Center

Letot Residential Treatment Center

   The Letot Girls's Residential Treatment Center is an addition to the existing Letot Girls Center and is a Dallas County project with the Dallas Women's Foundation, the Letot Center Capitol Foundation, and the Letot Girl's Center Campaign. The groundbreaking is scheduled for Wednesday September 5, 2012. Click picture and links for more information.

Letot Girls Center Website

Dallas County Letot Center Page

Dallas Foundation


Wednesday August 22, 2012

West Nile Update


Aerial Spraying Tonight in:

Duncanville, Mesquite, Seagoville, Sunnyvale, Rowlett & Wilmer






West Nile Aerial Spray Map 8.22.12


The cities of Duncanville, Ferris, Rowlett, Mesquite (south of IH-30), Sunnyvale, and Seagoville (and a small part of Garland) have opted for aerial spraying. They will each be aerial sprayed on consecutive nights, tonight and tomorrow night, weather permitting. Three aircraft will be aerial spraying 82,000 acres, set to begin at 9:00 PM.


Lancaster, Sachse, Glenn Heights, Hutchins, Cedar Hill, Balch Springs, Irving, Combine, Desoto, Cockrell Hill

Click Here for Dallas County Press Release


Tuesday August 21, 2012

West Nile Update

No Aerial Spraying in Dallas County Tonight

There will be no aerial spraying in Dallas County tonight. Last night the second round of aerial spraying concluded with the expectation that there will be no more spraying in the city of Dallas. However, in the coming days there will be aerial spraying in several other cities in Dallas County, only for those cities that have not yet been aerial sprayed. The cities that have opted for aerial spraying are Duncanville, Ferris, Rowlett, Mesquite (south of IH-30), Sunnyvale, and Seagoville. They will each be aerial sprayed on consecutive nights. Other cities, including Lancaster and Cedar Hill, will be given more time to sign off on aerial spraying.

Today in Commissioner's Court a Dallas resident. Mr. Howard Garrett expressed concerns with the effects that aerial spraying could have on organic farming and growing garden vegetables. Click Here for a link to the Dirt Doctor website giving recommendations to Detoxify garden soil.


See Map below for last night's aerial spraying effort

Aerial Spray Map 8.20.12


August 20, 2012

West Nile Update






West Nile Aerial Spraying Map - 08.20.2012


Second Round of Aerial Spraying Begins Tonight


Tonight, five planes will apply a second round of insecticide, weather permitting, to the entire target area of 362,328 acres, hoping to cover every city participating in the aerial spraying mission.

Until the results of tonight’s spraying mission are known, it is undetermined whether aerial spraying will occur Tuesday evening. CDC Representatives will be in North Texas this week, surveying and analyzing the region’s efforts to combat the West Nile Virus and will make recommendations on how to proceed. Since the commencement of aerial spraying efforts there have been 20 new cases of West Nile Virus reported in Dallas County. West Nile Virus has a 10 to 14 day gestation period.

Dallas Mayor Rawlings encourages residents to be vigilant in draining any and all stagnant water. If residents cannot access or drain stagnant water, the City of Dallas has committed its 311 phone line for follow up by city code enforcement and larvicide spraying. 


For Stagnant Water Call City of Dallas: 311


Click Here for Map of Area to be Aerial Sprayed tonight August 20, 2012


Click Here for City of Dallas Press Release:     ENGLISH          SPANISH



August 19, 2012

Sprayed August 19, 2012


August 19, 2012

Dear District 4 Residents,

I would like to update you on the latest news concerning aerial spraying in Dallas County in efforts to combat West Nile Virus.

Aerial spraying will resume at 9:00PM on Sunday, August 19, 2012. There will be spraying over the remaining portion of Dallas, and the cities of Coppell, Carollton, Addison, Richardson (including the Collin County side), Farmers Branch, Garland, Mesquite (the section north of IH-30) and Grand Prairie (including the sections of the city  in Tarrant County). A second round of spraying is planned for Monday and Tuesday nights. A PDF version map of the area where aerial spraying will be conducted is above.


August 17, 2012

Aerial Spraying Map 08.17.2012

08/17/2012 Aerial Spraying Map


Dear District 4 Residents,

I would like to update you on the latest news concerning aerial spraying in Dallas County in efforts to combat West Nile Virus.

Aerial spraying will begin at 9:00PM on Friday, August 16, 2012. There will be spraying over the remaining portion of Dallas, and the cities of Coppell, Carollton, Addison, Richardson (including the Collin County side), Farmers Branch, Garland, Mesquite (the section north of IH-30) and Grand Prairie (including the sections of the city in Ellis and Tarrant counties). A PDF version map of the area where aerial spraying will be conducted is below.

On Friday, August 10th the Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins declared a State of Emergency and requested assistance from the State of Texas in procuring aircraft and pesticides as resources for the commencement of aerial spraying in Dallas County. The Judge authorized this using his emergency powers. Therefore, the full Commissioners Court did not vote on the issue. My fellow Commissioners and I did not vote on this matter.

While Dallas County is helping to provide resources, it is up to each municipality within Dallas County to make the determination concerning whether or not they will authorize aerial spraying in their cities as part of their efforts to combat the West Nile Virus. Wednesday, August 15th, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings declared a State of Emergency in the City of Dallas and authorized the use of aerial spraying using his emergency powers. The Dallas City Council was not given a vote. Also on Wednesday, August 15th, Grand Prairie Mayor Charles England declared a State of Emergency and authorized aerial spraying there. The City of Cockrell Hill and the City of Irving have not approved aerial spraying at this time.

Here are my concerns about aerial spraying in Dallas County District 4:


  • The Integrated Vector Mosquito Management Plan, a joint plan between Dallas County and its respective cities, calls for specific targeting of areas where there is a prevalence of infected mosquitoes. By enhanced monitoring of mosquito population in affected areas through increased collection and evaluation, combined with GIS mapping, we can make a more targeted and effective approach in our mosquito abatement efforts.
  • I have serious reservations concerning the safety of the “DUET” pesticide. We still do not have enough data to prove that this pesticide, and its aerial distribution, does not affect people with underlying health conditions, susceptible children, and our flora and fauna. We do know that it can kill fish and beneficial insects.
  • According to the Integrated Vector Mosquito Vector Management Plan, an enhanced ground spraying effort for three consecutive nights precedes aerial spraying. Once completed, the results of the enhanced ground spraying would be evaluated by Dallas County officials. If these efforts did not achieve 90% effectiveness in reducing the number of mosquitoes, stronger measures, like aerial spraying, would then be considered. Enhanced Ground Spraying only lasted one night before the determination was made to move forward with aerial spraying.
  • The mosquito and West Nile “Season” has already peaked and is on the decline. While 35% of mosquito traps tested positive for the virus two weeks ago, today only 21.4% are positive. As was reported in the Dallas Morning News, experts forecast that even without the spraying campaign, “the risk of contracting West Nile would drop to virtually zero in less than a month.”(DMN – 08/16/12)


Because aerial spraying will commence at 8:30 P.M. on Thursday, August 16, I urge you to take precautions. Please keep the following aerial spraying recommendations in mind:


  • Minimize exposure. Avoid being outside, close windows and consider keeping pets inside while spraying occurs.
  • If skin or clothes are exposed to spraying, wash them with soap and water.
  • Rinse homegrown fruits and vegetables with water as a general precautionary measure.
  • Cover small ornamental fish ponds and beehives. 
  • Because the chemical breaks down quickly in sunlight and water, no special precautions are suggested for outdoor swimming areas.


And please remember that the best way to combat the West Nile Virus is through prevention. The best way to prevent being bitten by a mosquito is to remember the 4 D’s:


  • DUSK to DAWN - is the time frame when mosquitoes likely to carry infection are most active. Try to stay indoors from dusk to dawn.
  • DRAIN - standing water in your yard and neighborhood. Old tires, flowerpots, clogged rain gutters, leaky pipes and faucets, birdbaths and wading pools can be breeding sites for mosquitoes.
  • DRESS - in light colored clothing. Where long sleeves and pants when you are outside, especially in mosquito infested areas.
  • DEET (N,N-diethyl-m-toluamide) - if you are going to be outside, make sure you apply insect repellent that contains DEET. Read and follow label instructions. Spray both exposed skin and clothing with repellent when outdoors.


Please pass along this information to your family, friends and neighbors. Education and prevention are still our best weapons to fight the spread of the West Nile Virus!


West Nile Links:







     Dr. Elba Garcia

     Dallas County Commissioner - District 4


Click Here for PDF Version

Click Here for PDF of Map



West Nile Report to Commissioner's Court

Tuesday August 14, 2012

Dallas County HHS West Nile Update - 8.14.2012

Click for PDF version of Report


On Tuesday August 16, 2012 the Dallas County Department of Human Services presented an update about West Nile Virus to the Commissioner's Court



West Nile Report to Commissioner's Court

Tuesday August 7, 2012

West Nile Epidemiology Update August 7, 2012

Click for PDF version of Report


State of the County Address

July, 10 2012

State of the County - Garcia, Jenkins, Goin, Dickey

Dr. Garcia introduced Dallas County Judge Jenkins in today's State of the County Address at the Irving Chamber of Commerce. Dr. Gacia is pictured here with Dallas County Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins, Irving Chamber of Commerce Chairwoman of the Board Jo Ann Goin, and Dallas County Commissioner Maureen Dickey



Parkland Health & Hospital System

Corrective Action Plan Implementation

Progress Review - May 2012

Parkland CAP Implementation


On July 3rd, 2012 the Dallas County Commissioners Court was updated on the Parkland Corrective Action Plan implementation. Click here open


Dallas County Budget Update

FY 2013 Preliminary Budget Update

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Note: This is a preliminary budget presentation only



July 2012 District 4 Newsletter

Dallas County Dist. 4 - July 2012 Newletter - English

 English             Español

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Dallas County Historical Commission

 releases new June 2012 edition of the Chronical


Dallas County Chronical - June 2012



DCHHS May Newsletter - Vaccine Policy Changes


DCHHS May Newsletter

(Click Below to open Link)

DCHHS Newletter - Temperatures On The Rise


Grand Prairie COPC Ribbn Cutting

Dr. Elba Garcia Celebrates the opening

of the

Grand Prairie

E. Carlyle Smith, Jr.

Health Center

Monday July 2, 2012


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