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Preserving Dallas Parks Past

In collaboration with Friends of the Dallas Municipal Archives, University of North Texas, and the Portal to Texas History, the Dallas Parks Foundation seeks to digitize 1,400 photographic prints documenting City of Dallas parks and green spaces. The oblique aerial…

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ElmWoof Dog Park

ElmWoof Dog Park is a 0.3-acre green space at 2100 S Edegfield Avenue in Oak Cliff, proposed to become the first City of Dallas dog park south of the Trinity River. It is expected to become a defining recreational feature…

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Summer Camp – 2017

The City of Dallas Park and Recreation Department provides scholarships for youth ages 5 through 12 to participate in eight weeks of summer camp at one of the Recreation Center Summer Camp Program locations.  We believe children should be given…

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