Updates on COVID-19 On Wednesday, April 29, Fort Worth City Council adopted a new stand-alone Resolution continuing Fort Worth’s state of disaster, as well as incorporating provisions of Executive Orders GA-18 and GA-19 issued on April 27 by Governor Greg Abbott. For more information about this and other COVID-19 related updates, click this alert to visit the city’s COVID-19 webpage.
Lake Worth closed Fort Worth will close Lake Worth at 5 p.m., May 26. This closure includes all recreational activity including boats, jet skis, kayaks, canoes and swimming. The lake will remain closed until further notice.
Water Dept. Lobby Closes The water customer service lobby, 908 Monroe St., is closed until further notice. The only way for customers to continue to make cash payments is through a Fidelity Express location, which are usually located in grocery stores and convenience stores. Make sure the location accepts city bill payments and is not just for money orders.
- Several YMCA branches reopen June 1
- Select city facilities to reopen in early June
- Westport Parkway northbound on-ramp to close
- Fort Worth Botanic Garden, BRIT plan June 1 opening
- Fort Worth Zoo reopens to the public May 29
- New transit option in Crowley starts June 1
- Read Fort Worth salutes parents after an extraordinary school year
- City taking steps to limit impact of egrets in south Fort Worth
- Camp Fort Worth's start will be delayed this summer
- Virtual hearing seeks comments on Southeast Connector project
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