The City Council will hold a Special Called Meeting on Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021, at 9 a.m. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and draw redistricting maps. The meeting will take place in the City Council Conference Room, Room 2020 at City Hall.
The City of Fort Worth continues to host community vaccine clinics at convenient locations across the city. Most sites are available for adults 18 years and older only. Parents of youth ages 12-17 should call 817-392-8478 to learn about additional options.
The City of Fort Worth adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate.
The Park & Recreation Department maintains close to 300 parks and public spaces citywide, as well as providing recreational activities and educational programming that makes Fort Worth a great place to live, work and play.
The Park & Recreation Department has a variety of divisions to make Fort Worth fun for families, seniors, and kids of all ages.
The city offers a variety of recreational leagues for kids and adults to enjoy their favorite sport.
There's always a new adventure waiting for you at one of the department's attractions.
Each community center offers a variety of activities, camps, fitness classes, and more for kids (and adults) of all ages.
Fort Worth's dog parks are sure to get everyone's tail wagging!
Fort Worth's aquatics facilities provide water safety and drowning prevention programs while also giving Fort Worth families a way to beat the summer heat.
The Park & Recreation Department maintains close to 300 parks and public spaces citywide.
The Adopt-a-Spot program allows volunteers to adopt public spaces like parks, medians and roadways for regular litter cleanups and other maintenance activities.
Spend some time on the fairways of one of Fort Worth's municipal courses.
Serve up some fun at Fort Worth’s premier public tennis facility.
Consider a park reservation for your next party, event, run, or activity.
Fort Worth has promoted sound urban forestry practices since 1873, when the city charter declared it illegal to hitch a horse to a tree. The city hired its first arborist in the 1920s.
The city’s Graffiti Abatement Program helps residential and commercial property owners comply with the law by offering no-cost graffiti removal services.
Several Fort Worth lakes are stocked with fish by Texas Parks & Wildlife.
This master plan is a living document that provides a road map for the next five to 10 years, to help ensure Fort Worth remains one of Texas' premiere park systems.
The plan is updated regularly through a needs assessment and public input process.
View the plan(PDF, 16MB)
View the 2020 update(PDF, 17MB).
The Aquatics Master Plan provides a comprehensive look at facility types and potential amenities the city has slated for development as funding comes available.
View the plan(PDF, 11MB)
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