The City of Fort Worth continues to host community COVID-19 vaccine clinics at convenient locations across the city. Vaccinations are available now for children 5-11 years old at Wilkerson Greines Activity Center. Additionally, the locations offer both initial vaccinations as well as booster shots to those eligible, age 12 and up.
The City of Fort Worth adopted a tax rate that will raise more taxes for maintenance and operations than last year's tax rate.
Sewer lines on the following streets / alley segments will be rehabilitated: East Dashwood Street from Evans Avenue to New York Avenue Evans Avenue from East Magnolia to Irma Street Exeter Street from 150 feet north of Leuda Street to 144 feet south of Leuda
Street East Broadway Avenue from 100 feet east of Loney Street to 200 feet west of Exeter Street Alley between East Hattie Street and East Cannon Street from Kentucky Avenue to New York Avenue Alley between East Humbolt Street and East Pulaski Street from Fabons Street to UPRR right of way Alley between East Broadway Avenue and Stella Street from 100 feet east of Loney Street to Exeter Street Alley between Stella Street and Bessie Street from 100 feet east of Loney Street to Exeter Street Alley between East Pulaski Street and Verbena Street from Troost Street to Freeman Street Alley between East Leuda Street and East Terrell Avenue from Tennessee Avenue to 150 feet west Alley between East Broadway Avenue and Stella Street from 100 feet east of Loney Street to U.S. 287 Alley between East Terrell Avenue and East Humbolt Street from Bransford Street to UPRR right of way .