The City of Midland has prepared a draft Action Plan for community development and housing funds for fiscal year 2013-2014 as part of its five-year Consolidated Plan. The purpose of the 2013-2014 Action Plan is to identify how federal funding will be used in the coming year to address the various housing, homeless and community development needs in the City.
Learn more about the Action Plan and where you can find it here.
The City of Midland will offer the following scheduled activities for family fun at its pools this summer, click here!
Updated Recycling Locations | Find a Recycling Container Near You
Large 30 cubic yard, open top containers are located in public areas and are available 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless otherwise noted.
- H-E-B – 3325 W. Wadley – plastic and cardboard
- Wal-Mart Supercenter – 200 West Interstate 20 – cardboard and paper
- Super Mercado - 2208 N. Big Spring Street - cardboard
- Midland College (Chaparral Center) - 3200 N. Garfield - cardboard, paper, plastic, and aluminum
- Citizens Collection Station (Clay Desta) – 4100 Smith Road – Tuesday – Friday 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. & Saturday 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. –aluminum, cardboard, paper, plastic, metals, yard waste and large household items
***NO COMMERCIAL VEHICLES ALLOWED***
- CitiBank Ballpark – 5514 Champions Drive – cardboard and plastic
There are also three cubic yard containers at several local elementary schools where you can recycle cardboard, paper, and aluminum.
Thank you for recycling!
For more information please visit the Solid Waste section of the website!
Updated Master Parks Plan Now Online
In 2006, the City of Midland developed a Comprehensive Parks, Recreation, and
Open Space Master Plan for the near- and long-term park and recreational
planning goals of the City. This update is intended to observe accomplishments, focus efforts of park and open space improvements, as well as to begin to look ahead at
development trends and opportunities yet to come.
Between 2006 and 2012, the City of Midland has taken significant steps towards implementing and improving the facilities in the park system. Of the Top 15 items deemed most important to address by the public in the 2006 Comprehensive Plan, nearly 80 percent of the needs have been addressed. This is a significant number that reflects the City’s focused strategy of project development within the Parks and Recreation Division.
See the updated plan here to learn more about Midland's parks and recreational areas.