The resulting report, released in October, now serves as a baseline for analyzing effects of the coronavirus, Chief Philanthropy Officer Sarah Cotton Nelson said.
Collin County Homeless Coalition launches 5-prong action plan for preventing, relieving homelessness
This strategic plan will help the coalition and the varying organizations in Collin County working to prevent homelessness focus their efforts and define big-picture goals in both the short- and long-term, officials said.
Here are the five top stories from Community Impact Newspaper’s past week of Dallas-Fort Worth-area coverage.
A report from Communities Foundation of Texas now serves as a baseline for analyzing effects of the pandemic as various Plano and Collin County entities move ahead with their own priorities.
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, the goal of county officials has been to make sure hospitals stay open, and the county has accomplished that goal, Whitley said.
Phase 2 of the Roanoke Stimulus Grant Program opened Oct. 23. It allows residents to purchase gift tour tickets to support local businesses.
Round 2 of applications for Tarrant County's Small Business Assistance Grant has opened.
The average operating budget between Keller, Roanoke and Fort Worth will decrease by nearly 0.5% in fiscal year 2021, which began Oct.1.
The 44-page report, conducted by public policy nonprofit Every Texan, outlines Collin County's economic status related to race and ethnicity, income, educational attainment and wealth.
Round two of applications for Tarrant County's Small Business Assistance Grant opens next week.
Frisco’s annual budget outlines how residents’ tax dollars and other city revenue sources are allocated. The budget provides funding for city necessities like the Frisco Police Department, Frisco Fire Department and maintenance of roads, water lines and sewers, as well as amenities such as the Frisco Public Library and operation of city parks.
Homebuyers transitioning to more suburban markets are looking for additional space and more features.