Strategic Update of Fort Worth's 2003 Preservation Plan


Fort Worth represents the unique confluence of time and place that has shaped the identity of generations of citizens, collectively and individually, and has produced significant historical, cultural, architectural, and archeological resources that exist as the tangible evidence of cultural identity. Historic Preservation aims to identify, protect, enhance, and perpetuate those resources to safeguard and promote the general welfare of the public.

In 2022, the City of Fort Worth plans to undertake a strategic update of its 2003 Historic Preservation Plan to guide its identification of places and spaces that the community values and wishes to protect for future generations. The strategic update will set forth goals and strategies for historic preservation in Fort Worth over the next 10 years.

During the strategic update, you will have opportunities to share your thoughts and feedback on various aspects of historic preservation in Fort Worth. We will also share information about the project, historic preservation in general, past preservation efforts, how Fort Worth compares to other Texas cities when it comes to historic preservation, and how you can become involved in the development of this plan and learn more about the benefits and responsibilities associated with historic preservation.

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If you have questions or comments you can submit here or by emailing Justin Newhart or by calling 817-392-8000.

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