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  1. Court Closed

    Municipal Court Closed for Training on 5/22 from 3-5p and 6/12 Full Day

    The Municipal Court will close early on May 22nd from 3-5p and all day on June 12th for internal team training. Read on...
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    Historic Nicholstone Home Engulfed in Fire: Residents Safely Evacuated, Investigation Underway

    A devastating fire broke out late this afternoon, fully engulfing the historic Nicholstone Home located in the 5000 block of Park Ave in Dickinson. Read on...
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    City of Dickinson Appoints Michael Berezin as Dickinson Police Department’s Police Chief

    The City of Dickinson is proud to announce the hiring of Michael Berezin as the new Dickinson Police Department Police Chief following an extensive search. Berezin has 34 years of experience in law enforcement. Read on...
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    May 6, 2023 Election Results

    The results are in for the four contested Council positions in the May 6, 2023, election in Dickinson, Texas. With over 2,000 citizens turning out at the polls, voters have made their voices heard. Read on...
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    Several Galveston County Communities Join Together to Host 1st Hurricane Preparedness & Safety Fair

    The Dickinson Office of Emergency Management is proud to announce the first annual Galveston County Hurricane Preparedness and Safety Fair. The fair will take place on June 17th from 10 am to 1 pm at Hometown Heroes Park. Read on...
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    Goodman Corp Proposes Ambitious Mobility Network Projects to Aim to Transform Dickinson

    Goodman Corp, a leading civil engineering and planning firm, has proposed a series of innovative projects that will create mobility networks within Dickinson that can improve the quality of life and thriving economy for all in the city. Read on...
  7. Phase 1 of Waller County Project

    Nearly a Million Dollars in Repaving Projects Across the City Set to Kick Off Next Month

    At the February 14th City Council meeting, Council approved a $602,000 annual contract with Waller County Construction out of Hempstead to repave over 185,000 square feet of roadways throughout the City. Read on...
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    City Receives Long Awaited Grapple Truck to Add to Growing Fleet

    In today's times, purchasing vehicles or equipment comes with quite the wait, but Heil of Texas delivered one year and 14 days after the order was placed. Read on...
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