City Council District 9
Elected in June 2014, District 9 representative Ann Zadeh joined the Fort Worth City Council ranks already a seasoned veteran at navigating the important decisions city leaders must make. Zadeh - a Fort Worth resident of more than 25 years - came to Texas after obtaining a bachelors degree in environmental studies from the University of California - Santa Cruz. She enrolled at the University of Texas at Arlington and obtained a masters in city and regional planning in 1992.
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Around the district
- Lead-Safe Program helps keep children safe
- New report on cities' safe streets policies finds widespread adoption in response to rising pedestrian death rates
- Survey seeks opinions on community-police relationships
- Fort Worth Public Library serving residents through hard times with laughter and learning
- Near Southside ZIPZONE starts July 19
- Trinity Trails improvements give residents more to explore
- Rapid antigen COVID-19 tests now available at three additional Tarrant locations
- CVS Health adds more COVID-19 drive-thru test sites
Southside Infrastruction Improvements Virtual Project Meeting: 6 p.m. Aug. 12, 2020; Virtual Meeting.
District 9 Office
200 Texas St.
Fort Worth, Texas 76102