Begin the month of April in a productive and sustainable way. Creating better indoor air quality can help you and your family breathe easier even when outdoor air quality is poor. Consider these spring cleaning tips and tricks to clean up your spring in a way that benefits you right at home and begins your journey in creating a better world. 1. Good indoor air quality is just as important as good outdoor air quality. According to the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA),
NCTCOG is seeking public input at 2:30 pm on Monday, April 8 in Arlington. Staff will present information related to long-term transportation planning, congestion management and the 511DFW Traveler information System. The meeting will be streamed live, and a video recording will be available for review online at www.nctcog.org/input.
The Texas Department of Agriculture released the Fire, Ambulance, and Services Truck (FAST) Fund, which provides funds for eligible vehicles to provide emergency response and special services to rural communities. Approximately $8 million is available, with estimated award amounts ranging from $50,000 to $500,000 per jurisdiction. Deadline: June 13, 2019 Informational Webinars: Slides and dial-in information will be posted on the website for the following dates: April 25 and
The Dallas-Fort Worth Clean Cities Coalition, in partnership with Transportation Energy Partners and the National Association of Fleet Administrators, is hosting a half-day fleet-oriented workshop at EarthX 2019 in Dallas, TX: Sirens, Schools, and Shippers - Efficiency Solutions for Fleets Serving Our Communities. The workshop aims at promoting fleet efficiency in emergency response, school bus, and delivery truck sectors. Learn from peers and industry leaders as they share t