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    Read our new Sustainable Addison blog

    Get updates and tips directly from the Town of Addison’s Sustainability Program staff.
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    A guide to trash and recycling in Addison

    Find everything you need to know about trash pickup and where to recycle.
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    Roll up your sleeves, Addison, you’re invited to three sustainability courses in April

    Container Garden Get ready for three awesome classes offered by Addison in April. Two of the courses, presented by Texas A&M Agrilife, focus on improving your garden and water conservation. (And there’s a discounted rain barrel for those who attend the water conservation confab.) A third course, by the Northwest Earth Institute, takes a serious multi-week look at food choices and sustainability. All three are free.

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    How to spot and handle Rose Rosette disease

    Witches Broom Rose Rosette disease has become a plague on North Texas roses. Addison Arbor Foundation members and guests recently found out how to spot this plant disease and what to do to mitigate its spread at its winter seminar with rose expert Claude Graves.

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    Arbor Foundation’s seminar on Japanese maples and rosette disease is Feb. 21

    Japanese Maple, Chambersville Tree Farm Learn about a popular landscape tree, the Japanese maple, and about a disease plaguing rose bushes in Texas at the Addison Arbor Foundation education event this Saturday.

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    Current Conditions in Addison, TX
    Water Restrictions: Stage 1 Restrictions

    Welcome to Addison Green

    The Town of Addison City Council, City Manager and Town staff are committed to taking action to make Addison a leader in sustainable development and operations that protect and enhance the Town’s quality of life.

    >> Read more about our sustainability commitment

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    Apr-01-2015
    If you're doing work on an older home or school building, be sure to follow lead-safe work practices. Contain the work area and keep kids and pets away. Minimize dust. And clean up thoroughly. Lead is harmful to adults and children, and common renovation jobs like sanding, cutting, or demolition can create lead dust and chips. See more on renovating from the EPA.