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Little Elm’s Sprinkler System Watering Seasonal Schedule

By 380news | Little Elm

Once-a-week watering matches trash collection day  LITTLE ELM, TX For many, the annual holiday season officially ends on New Year’s Day, a reminder brought on by cooler temperatures. That chilly reminder should also send a signal that changes also apply to watering our lawns with automatic sprinklers, says Andrew Figueroa, Utilities Superintendent. “On November 1, we entered the Seasonal Watering schedule,” he said. “Watering with automatic sprinkler systems enters the once-a-week restriction until March 31 of next year.” To simplify the schedule, Town officials have designated each neighborhood’s allowable watering…Read More

Conserving Water Over 90-day Period Carries Yearlong Impact

By 380news | Little Elm

Annual wastewater rate set by winter average LITTLE ELM, TX – Conserving water, one of our most precious resources, is always a good idea and a habit that should become second nature, a fact that’s especially true over the 90-day period known as winter averaging. “The Town calculates each resident’s wastewater charges for the coming year by averaging water use for each metered home and business during the winter averaging period,” says Karla Stovall, Chief Financial Officer. “During that 90-day timeframe, the water that’s used in the home will give…Read More

Little Elm Fire Department Open House was for Everyone

By 380news | Little Elm

During the open house, the main fire station in Little Elm was alive with activity. Firefighters held tours of the station including their living quarters. In the main bay, vendors from the Police Community Service and other safety booths were set up for public information. There were face painters, kid’s events, free hot dogs, home safety, bike safety and much more. Outside the kids were instructed on putting out fires and even got to spray the fires with a hose. It was another great event for the families of the…Read More

Little Elm’s Homecoming Parade

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

The Little Elm Homecoming parade entertained the crowds. Hundreds turned out to watch as the festive floats kept coming tossing candy to the young spectators. All of the athletics were represented. Homecoming candidates were waving and smiling to the crowd that lined up along the parade route. Of course, the marching band and cheerleaders were there making the parade complete. It was a very colorful parade that everyone enjoyed.Read More


Kids Rushed to the Library Book Sale

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

The “Friends of the Library” support group for the Little Elm Library held a huge book sale for residents of the 380 corridor. Parents came out and browsed through the large selection of books with their children. The young people enjoyed picking their own books to take home. This was another fun and successful fundraiser for the Little Elm Library.Read More

Little Elm Chamber of Commerce Casino Night at Hula Hut

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

As always, the Little Elm Chamber of Commerce Casino Night fundraiser was a great event. The venue was active with patrons trying to win at the tables to earn tickets for end of game prizes. Not only does casino night offer immense fun it is one of the annual fundraisers. The money raised is used to further the Little Elm Chamber projects, events and the services they provide to members and the town.Read More

It was Clean Up Time Again

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

The 22nd Clean ‘n Green event for the residents of Little Elm was another success. Residents could bring old refrigerators, tires, paint and even get their papers shredded. The “Keep Little Elm Beautiful” group was there giving away trees for replanting. This is an ongoing event staged by the Public Works Department and Kevin Mattingly, Public Works Director. Over 500 residents participated as of 10:00 a.m.Read More

Seniors Show Their Wares

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

Little Elm Senior Citizens held their Seventh Annual Crafts Fair at the Senior Center. This year, as always, their creativeness came through in the items brought for the public to enjoy. It was a great opportunity to get an early start on Christmas shopping. The items were uniquely handmade and offered a wide selection.Read More

Town sets fall Clean and Green event for October 14 First 300 participants get free tree to celebrate Arbor Day

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM (October 5, 2017) Little Elm’s Public Works Department hosts another Clean and Green event on Saturday, Oct. 14, the second of the year’s biannual recycle day for collection of household hazardous waste, electronics, tires, textiles, refrigerators, freezers, and document shredding drive. Event co-sponsors include CoServ and Keep Little Elm Beautiful (KLEB), and is presented in cooperation with CWD. “Normally, the fall Clean and Green event happens on the third Saturday of October, the day Little Elm traditionally celebrates Arbor Day,” says Kevin Mattingly, Public Works Director. “But this year, Arbor Day falls on the second Saturday of the month. Nevertheless, to commemorate Arbor Day, the first 300 participants in the Clean and Green event will receive a free…Read More

Little Elm Chamber Welcomes Texas Health to the Neighborhood

By Jim Manning | Little Elm

Texas Health was welcomed with a ribbon cutting ceremony by the Little Elm Chamber of Commerce. They urge visitors to come and see their new facility with a “Get to know us before you need us” invitation. They are located at 1970 W University Drive in Prosper. The state of the art medical facility is located on Highway 380 just before the North Texas Tollway on the North side.Read More

Little Elm one of 12 stops on fallen police officer run Coast-to-coast automobile run raises funds for families

By 380news | Little Elm

LITTLE ELM (September 26, 2017) Little Elm and Dallas are two stops on the inaugural Cannonball Memorial Run, a fundraising trip from California to Washington D.C. designed to bring attention to and honor peace officers killed in the line of duty. The automobile run starts on Thursday, Sept. 28 at the Santa Monica Pier, and before ending at the National Fallen Officer Memorial in Washington, D.C., participants will make 12 stops in cities, towns, counties and other jurisdictions where peace officers have lost their lives on duty over the last…Read More

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