Bluebonnet Circle Urban Village
The Bluebonnet Circle village is located southwest Fort Worth, just south of Texas Christian University where University Drive meets Bluebonnet Circle. This village is located in Council District 9.
Bluebonnet Circle, constructed around 1929, was the only enduring result of the emphasis on traffic circles in the Bartholomew & Associates street plan, presented to the City Plan Commission in 1927. The area around the Circle was not developed until after 1950, which accounts for its post-war, strip-retail character. The park at the center of the Circle, designed by the Kansas City landscape architecture firm of Hare & Hare, was completed in 1951 and still retains much of its integrity.
The advocacy and professional organizations that promote development and investment in this village include Bluebonnet Circle, Inc. and the Berry Street Initiative, as well as the surrounding neighborhood associations, Bluebonnet Place and Bluebonnet Hills.
City of Fort Worth
- Jeremy Williams, 817-392-2536
- Bluebonnet Circle
- Evans & Rosedale
- Historic Handley
- Historic Marine
- Lake Arlington/Berry/Stalcup
- Near East Side
- Oakland Corners
- Six Points
- South Main
- West Seventh
- Commercial Corridor Revitalization Strategy
- Urban Village Development Program
- Façade Improvement Program