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Upcoming Events

DFW’s Biggest Summer Party Returns for 2018 Allen USA Celebration, June 30th!

The City of Allen will be celebrating Independence Day early by throwing DFW’s biggest summer party with Dallas’ best party bands! Keeping the tradition of being “First to the Fourth,” the 2017 Market Street Allen USA Celebration will be held on the last Saturday in June, with this year’s annual event beginning at 4 p.m. on June 30 at Celebration Park in Allen.

Summer Sounds Concert Series every Monday through June!

What could be better after a long Monday than spending the evening with family over a picnic dinner outside of Joe Farmer Recreation Center, enjoying live music filtering through the evening air? How about being able to do that on Mondays for four weeks? The 2018 concerts will be held in Bethany Lakes Park next to Joe Farmer Recreation Center.
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SouthernChicStyle's Top 5

Top 5 Places for Craft Cocktails in Allen

This month for the Top 5, I focused on crafted cocktails. What is the anatomy of a crafted cocktail you ask? A crafted cocktail is one that uses the bar’s best ingredients, which include fresh juices, homemade syrups, and small batch craft spirits! They are all the rage right now and I will tell you that it’s neither a fad nor faze because craft cocktails are made with passion, skill and a greater love for the parts rather than its whole! Check out these restaurants and bars for my top 5 crafted cocktails! CHEERS!
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City

Be Ready for Storm Season

Storm season is underway! Residents are reminded to pay close attention to the weather and take shelter if necessary. The safest place to be in a storm is an internal room of your home or business, on the lowest level away from windows. The City of Allen does not have designated storm shelters for public use.

A Message about Our Water

Several residents reached out to us recently with questions about the taste, smell and safety of our tap water. These concerns surfaced as North Texas Municipal Water District (NTMWD) performed its annual, 30-day chlorine maintenance, which ended March 26. Now that the maintenance period has ended, residents may notice improvements to their water’s taste and smell. This annual maintenance has been performed since 2007 and is an approved process by the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality (TCEQ).

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Monthly Giveaway

Fred's Downtown Philly Giveaway!

We are giving away $25 of Gift Certificates to Fred's Downtown Philly!