Providing information about the city of Fort Worth's dedicated departments by describing their basic responsibilities, primary functions and relationship with the city, residents and the council.
The Aviation Department provides the City of Fort Worth three world-class airports -- Alliance, Meacham International and Spinks. Each airport offers a diverse industrial base, which makes it an attractive location for a variety of businesses.
The City Attorney’s Office provides transactional and advisory services as general counsel, and provides litigation services to the twelfth largest city in the nation, handling the bulk of lawsuits in-house.
The City Manager’s Office is made up of non-political employees much like any other office. It is managed by the City Manager who is elected by the City of Fort Worth's City Council.
Provides residents with information on formal actions of the City Council; meeting dates, times and places; election data; ordinances, contracts, deeds and other official city documents.
The department is comprised of five divisions including Animal Care & Control, Code Enforcement, Consumer Health, Environmental Quality and Solid Waste Services.
Provides effective, accurate and timely information, as well as ways to share thoughts and concerns with city employees, department leaders and elected officials.
Seeking to make Fort Worth the most livable city in Texas by promoting orderly growth and development, safe construction, and neighborhood vitality.
Providing information and services related to basic human rights, including enforcement of the city’s anti-discrimination ordinance and federal housing, employment and accommodation laws.
If you need a large talented labor pool, low cost of living, high quality of life, a business-friendly environment and strong infrastructure — all with easy access to national and international markets — give us a call.
The Fort Worth Fire Department's Emergency Management Office coordinates and prepares for emergency response to situations and circumstances affecting the City of Fort Worth.
In a spirit of excellence, integrity and dedication, the Department of Financial Management Services is committed to providing timely, accurate, clear and complete information and support to other city departments, residents and stakeholders of the city.
The Fort Worth Fire Department protects one of the fastest-growing metropolitan areas in the country with a wide range of services, including emergency preparedness, education, prevention and response.
Offering employees assistance in the divisions of Talent Acquisition, Classification and Compensation, HRIS/Records, Organizational Development Employee Relations, Benefits, and year-round Wellness programs.
Established by a city charter amendment in 1989, the City Auditor’s Office works to keep Fort Worth government effective, efficient and accountable through independent assessment of operations and business practices.
Information Technology Solutions provides customer-focused, cost-effective IT services and offers innovative solutions to city departments to efficiently accomplish their goals and provide quality services to residents.
The Fort Worth Public Library is committed to building a community of learners, dreamers and doers.
The Fort Worth Municipal Court was established by the Fort Worth City Council in 1924. It is a court of record whose primary jurisdiction is fine-only, Class C misdemeanor criminal cases. We strive to provide equal protection and due process of law. Our primary goal is to do justice for all who appear in our court on behalf of our residents. The court also processes civil parking cases.
Neighborhood Services consolidates services and programs that focus on building better neighborhoods and improving quality of life for residents. The Neighborhood Services Department encompasses housing, administration of state and federally funded social services programs, public education to increase safety awareness, and neighborhood code compliance and beautification.
The City of Fort Worth’s Office of Police Oversight Monitor, (OPOM) was first established in February 2020 pursuant to Fort Worth City Code Art. 2, § 2-27(1)(a) as a mechanism with which to provide oversight and accountability of the Fort Worth Police Department.
The Park & Recreation Department maintains close to 300 parks and public spaces citywide, as well as provides recreational activities and educational programming that makes Fort Worth a great place to live, work and play.
Planning & Data Analytics integrates Comprehensive Planning, Capital Improvement Programming, Budgeting and Performance Management across the City of Fort Worth.
The Fort Worth Police Department is a municipal law enforcement agency of the City of Fort Worth. It employs approximately 1562 sworn officers and 400 civilian employees who are dedicated to serving and protecting approximately 900,000 residents in one of the safest major cities in America.
The City of Fort Worth’s Public Events Department manages the operations of downtown’s Fort Worth Convention Center, the Cultural District’s Will Rogers Memorial Center and the Office of Outdoor Events. The two event facilities welcome over 3 million visitors each year from conventions, sporting events, national equestrian and livestock events, consumer shows and corporate and social events.
The Property Management Department consists of four divisions including Facilities Management, Fleet Services, General Administration, and Real Estate.
The Transportation & Public Works Department maintains the city's surface streets, storm water channels and other key infrastructure.
The Water Department is responsible for providing drinking water, wastewater and reclaimed water service that protects human health and the environment.